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Premiere: Lauren Lane offers up some seriously bumping house

She makes her debut on 20/20 Vision

  • Funster
  • 14 November 2016
Premiere: Lauren Lane offers up some seriously bumping house

Talk about a success story and what a few years its been for Lauren Lane. She's gone from New York DJ to globe-trotting selector and it's all happened pretty seamlessly.

Through hard graft and dedication she's now a regular at DC-10’s Paradise and she's played in nearly every continent across the globe including an appearance at the world famous Lab LDN.

Now she can add some more-than promising productions to her list with impressive releases via Nic Fanciulli's Saved Records, Visionquest and more recently Eats Everything's bubbling Edible label. On the Edible release was 'Diary Of A Madwoman' and it's one of our favourite house tracks this year.

Time for Lauren to add another high-profile label to her roster as she makes her debut on Ralph Lawson's 20/20 Vision for the 'Edge Of Sideways' EP. More heavy-hitting, dancefloor-focused house follows and we've got the first spin of our stand-out track 'Forget To Remember'.

It's rugged, it's bumping and it's almost guaranteed to get a crowd fired up. We expect to hear this one out a lot of the next six months so get involved. May the hot streak continue Miss Lane.

The 'Edge Of Sideways' EP will be released on November 24 via 20/20 Vision

Funster is Mixmag's Digital Music Editor, follow him on Twitter here

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