LO started his career as a producer in the late 2000’s. Over the last years, he collaborated with artists like Adrian Daniel, Rainy Milo and Novaa leading to releases with prestigious label “Tommy Boy Records”, “Majestic Casual Records” and many more gaining him a well recognised name within the electronic music scene.
LO’s records were support from some of the scenes biggest DJs like Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Laidback Luke and Satin Jackets as well as tastemakers like TSYN or dynmk. His debut album Lights (with Yosie) received broad attention within the blogosphere, accumulating over 8 Million streams. With his fresh approach to electronic music and his will to exceed traditional genre limitations, LO is a sought-after producer and songwriter within Berlin’s music scene.
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Berlin-Based producer and songwriter LO returns this January with the first track from his brand new album, showcasing a shift in direction for the enigmatic and versatile artist. Since emerging onto the scene in the early 2000’s, he’s gone on to build a fanbase worldwide for his unique approach to electronic music. His sound draws on the influences of his upbringing, leaning on elements of Bass Music, Future Garage and ambient. His blend of styles has led to over 14 Million Streams on Spotify worldwide. In the last few years, LO has not only showcased his undeniable musical talent but also his prolific ability to create and his unfathomable work ethic. Since 2015, he’s released on labels such as Cascade Records, Mixmash, Loveless Records and Majestic Casual. His music has also led to support from some of the biggest curators in the scene including The Sound You Need, Eton Messy, The Vibe Guide and DYNMK. The new single ‘Blu’ signals a new direction for the electronic producer, for the first time incorporating his own vocals into his productions. It’s a low-tempo journey through warm analogue synths and electronic percussion, rich in emotion and a vulnerability that’s a new element of the Berlin producers repertoire. “Love is a strange thing and break ups are even stranger. BLU talks about this feeling of someone still having power over your thoughts and actions long after they have departed. The universal dilemma of the head versus the heart. “