Anthony Vacanti is an emerging artist, actor, singer, songwriter, and producer originating from Buffalo, New York. The talented musician is quickly making waves in the scene with his unparalleled sound and style. Through his emotion-filled vocal performances, Anthony Vacanti radiates raw emotion through upbeat, feel-good instrumentation. Inspired by the ‘60s and ‘70s, nostalgic films, and fashion, Anthony strives to push the envelope with his sound and bridge various elements from different genres to make a dynamic upbeat style.
Anthony seeks to connect intimately through his lyricism with listeners around the world and remove some weight off their shoulders through his feel-good music. Moreover, he will have listeners engulfed in the musical world he creates with his fun approach and realness. Anthony Vacanti is an artist to watch as he is set to cement himself in the music industry for years to come.
Anthony’s journey from Buffalo, New York, and an assortment of experiences have brought him to this point. His new single Playboy is likely to stand forever as a key turning point in the young singer/songwriter’s life thanks to the resounding way it announces his arrival to the music world or at least into the UK market.
His take on this style is more melodic on the single Playboy and even has something of an orchestrated quality, but it bubbles with a modern sheen thanks to its 60’s and 70’ss music leanings.
He combines traditional sounds in dramatic, ear-catching ways. The production style brings the song’s synths and keyboards into total sympathy and I had the song on repeat for the whole day as you will once you venture into the world of Anthony Vacanti and his music.
We decided to track Anthony Vacanti down for an exclusive interview with Camden Monthly…
What inspired you to get into music?
Music is in my blood. Dancing is in my blood. They come together to create my existence and my purpose here on this earth.
How would you describe your music?
Pop/Funk/Disco/Retro feel good, energetic, dance music.
What would you say is your recording and songwriting style?
I write Lyrics and melody usually at the same time. I then find talented musicians, and producers to help create the music I hear in my head, to match my song.
Where would you like to see your music career in 5 years time?
Where can music fans listen to your music?
Anywhere music is streamed on the world wide web. I have a few personal burned CDs for my car. Yes, I still like CDS!