Called a "future star" by BBC DJ Pete Tong and listed among Dancing Astronaut's 25 Artists to Watch in 2015, Lane 8 was born Daniel Goldstein in San Francisco, Calif. A house music DJ, musician and electronica producer, he released his debut album Rise in the summer of 2015. Shortly afterward, Lane 8 began producing music on his own record label, This Never Happened. Under this label, Lane 8 performed several tours, playing venues like Zoo Project in Sydney, Australia; The Fonda in Los Angeles, Calif.; and Warsaw in New York, N.Y. These days, Lane 8 makes his music out of Denver, Colo.
The name "Lane 8" is a reference to a faux garage band he and his sister formed as children. He first came to prominence by releasing songs on the SoundCloud streaming music-sharing platform. In addition to his two studio albums, two compilation albums and five extended plays, he's also released more than 15 remixes of singles by artists like ODESZA, Le Youth, Chris Isaak, Spandau Ballet, RUFUS, Icarus and deadmau5. He's also released dozens of DJ mixtapes, including several in The Anjunadeep Edition series, and seasonal mixtapes every year since the winter of 2013. Lane 8 released his second studio album, Little by Little, in 2018.
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What can I expect from a Lane 8 concert?
Lane 8 delivers a blend of progressive house, deep house and classic house.
What songs might I hear in a Lane 8 setlist?
At any Lane 8 show, you're bound to hear several of Lane 8's singles, like "I/Y," "Field/Anthracite," "Visions," "The Disappearance of Colonel Mustard," "Let Me," "Stir Me Up," "Coming Back to You," "Atlas," "No Captain," "March of the Forest Cat," "Little Voices," "Aba," "In My Arms," "With Me," "Fingerprint," "Undercover," "Loving You," "Hot As You Want," "Ghost" and "I Got What You Need (Every Night)."
Where can I see a Lane 8 show?
You can see the Lane 8 tour at venues like the Frank H. Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, Calif.; Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, Calif.; Provincetown II in Boston, Mass.; Concord Music Hall in Chicago, Ill.; The Pageant in St. Louis, Mo.; and Lure in Hollywood, Calif. Lane 8 also performs at many music festivals, like the Das Energi Festival at The Great Saltair in Magna, Utah; Escape Psychic Circus at NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, Calif.; Lollapalooza at Grant Park in Chicago, Ill.; the Life is Beautiful Festival in downtown Las Vegas, Nev.; Electric Forest Festival at Double JJ Ranch & Golf Resort in Rothbury, Mich.; the Freaky Deaky Festival at Houston Raceway Park in Baytown, Texas; and Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival at Manchester Farm in Manchester, Tenn.
What artists have performed with Lane 8?
Featured guests appearing in Lane 8 songs include Matthew Dear of Ghostly International, Patrick Baker, Rbbts, Avoure, J.F. July, Polica, Kidnap, Luvian, Bwana, Lulu James, Bipolar Sunshine and Solomon Grey.
Who are Lane 8's influences?
At any Lane 8 show, you may pick up on some of his main musical influences, like DJ Premier and Pete Rock. Other influences he cites include Booka Shade, Daft Punk and all the artists under the Kompakt label.
What artists are similar to Lane 8
You'll surely appreciate a Lane 8 concert if you already enjoy similar performers like Cubicolor, Yotto, Luttrell, Jody Wisternoff, Ben Böhmer, Spencer Brown, Croquet Club, 16 Bit Lolitas, Eli & Fur and Amtrac.Back to Top
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