Lauren Lo Sung first began making a name for herself with her acclaimed club night, LOLiFE, which held various parties across Liverpool and Manchester. The success of these led her to partner with The Warehouse Project in 2012, and their relationship has grown stronger ever since. Lauren's skill as a DJ has seen her not only headline for WHP as well their spin-off festival Parklife, but has also taken her worldwide - from Croatia to Dubai to Brussels and most recently probably her biggest gig - Space Ibiza alongside the legendary Carl Cox.
Not only is Lauren now an established DJ, she has a talent in production. Her music is accessible yet deep and intricate. It's warm, groovy and rolls smoothly in the dance. These have led her to release on a multitude of labels including Deep Tech Records, Draft and Pole Position.
Playing at a number of events in this year's WHP season including the opening party on September 24 as well as Ants and Carl Cox & friends, we had to invite Lauren in for Tracks Of The Day to get a taster of what she's going to spin. Check out her selection below.
Reset Robot – Hoopla
The deep floaty chords at the beginning of this are perfect for that first changeover track. It leaves you in suspense so when the kick and bass finally drop in you get an extra groove to move to. There's also a few bass/synth stabs from the middle of the track onward which make it a bit less predictable and take you on a journey.
D'Julz & Phil Weeks – Second Hand Smoke
This is a really cool jacking house track, with a repetitive filtered down vocal loop playing throughout. It's an interesting roller for picking up the pace on the dancefloor.
Nyra – Like This
Deep warehouse vibes here, rugged stabs and chords with a captivating offbeat bassline, perfect for getting the dancefloor warmed up. The pitched down vocal snippets that come in and out give the track a hypnotic feel too.
Floorplan – Tell You No Lie
Disco vibes but with a thumping kick and bassline to match. This one has been working really well towards the end of the night/end of my set. It Leaves the crowd feeling happy and ready for the next DJ!