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Traxsource - 2022

#10 Soulful Essentials Chart - January 2022

Solar Radio - 2022

#1 Soul Energy House Chart - January 2022

Mixmag Asia - 2022

"Exquisite collaboration ! The sumptuous track features rich instrumentation gliding over a tight US house groove, the elegant musical bed providing a gorgeously smooth backdrop from where the lead vocal gloriously soars. Track "Higher" appears in two versions with each incarnation sure to win admirers among lovers of soul and authentic US house"

Juno Records - 2018

"Similar in ethos to the Herbie Hancock/jazz-funk-influenced work of Dego and Kaidi Tatham's 2000 Black project"

Strada Records - 2018

"The project is very organic soulful and musical. Two killer tunes for the listener and the dancers"

#11 UK Soul Charts - March 05, 2017


Marc Mac (4hero, Visioneers) - 2017

"Big release for this year"


BBE Records - 2017

"This is a killa joint respect"


Vinyl Of The Day - 2017

"Get on a Soul and Jazz discovery with Luman Child's debut album Time To Grow" - 2017

"The rhyming is organic and gentle but pointed while the instrumentation is jazzy - hazy trumpets, understated vibes very much in the Donald Byrd/ Mizell Brothers tradition"


Spirit Of House - 2017

"Without doubt, "Time 2 Grow" is a truly mind blowing, absolutely phenomenal album"


Ron Ort - 2017

"Luman Child - ein Geheimtipp aus der Schweiz !"

Traxsource - 2016

#14 Soulful Essentials Chart - July 2016

Spirit Of House - 2016

"The original mix is masterly orchestrated"

Luman Child was born in Neuchâtel (Switzerland) in 1984. Joining his first band as a drummer at the age of eleven, he also discovered a deep love for the bass. Through this journey, Luman Child will then take his influence from Soul, Jazz, Hip-hop and Funk.

​2008 saw Luman venture into music production and collaboration with international artists. German producer Ferry Ultra approached him to play bass for the legendary Gwen McCrae’s song, “Let me do my Thang”. He also plays the bass on a few of MAQman's releases (GOGO Music, Tony Records) and remixed his single EP “Night Life”.​

In 2016 he collaborates with Joseph Junior with a soulful house release on Solid Ground Recordings “Going Through Changes”. The song reached #14 on the renowned Traxsource Top 100 Soulful Essentials chart.


Luman Child released in 2017 his first solo album "Time To Grow" with the German label “Sed Soul Records”. The 11 track album is a subtle blend of Soul, Jazz and Hip Hop reflecting his influences. The album reached #11 on the UK Soul Charts and received very positive reviews worldwide.

Following the release of the album, the respected producer Marc Mac (4hero, Visioneers) collaborated with Luman Child asking him to play bass for his new project "Fourth Kind".

In 2018 Alex Attias (Ubiquity, BBE, Neroli as well as remixing Incognito, 4Hero, Sun RA, Laurent Garnier) propose Luman Child a collaboration after listening to his music. Then they met and talked about music, visions, influences, method of work and decided straight away to work together without knowing each other well and pushing them outside their comfort zone. This single hold two tunes for the listener and the dancers. The A side is a disco jazz funk jam with vintage keyboards sounds driven by a very funky drum beat and live basseline aimed to the dancefloor and good time party people. The B side is a funky number boogie jazz funk inspired by Mr Ayers vibes and sounds.

Luman Child released in 2022 on Makin' Moves the single « Higher », composed in the early 2000s, in collaboration with Maqman, Joseph Junior and Ebu. This original track stemed from Maqman production, supported by Mixmag Asia, Spirit Of House, Solar Radio and many onthers. The song reached #10 on the renowned Traxsource Top 100 Soulful Essentials chart, and #1 on Solar Radio Top 20 Soul Energy House Chart.

​Luman Child continues to build his repertoire to push boundaries and only hopes to keep showing his unique style building on the success of his musical inspiration.