Make a 'Matcha Mistake' with Lane 8's latest [Stream]
It’s official: Lane 8 is owning quarantine. When people are stuck at home for months on end, they need some soul-stirring music to get through each day. This is precisely what the Denver-based artist provides, and he’s giving fans a lot of it in 2020.
A regular of the electronic release ring of late, Lane 8 unveiled his four-hour “Summer 2020 Mixtape” on July 1. The mix is the most recent installment in the seasonal series, which dates back to 2013. Recent singles “Roll Call,” featuring Anderholm, and “Out of Sight,” featuring Hexlogic, also bolstered Lane 8’s release activity while making for relaxing listens. The same was true of Lane 8’s contribution to Anjunadeep 11, “Keep On.”
The This Never Happened label boss now invites listeners to make a “Matcha Mistake,” by streaming his latest single. “Matcha Mistake” sees Lane 8 team up with London-based producer, Kidnap for a track that immediately catches ears with its entrancing leads. Together, Lane 8 and Kidnap create a rising soundscape with upbeat harmonies and a rhythmic percussion beat. The composition is primed for dancers and vibe-seekers alike.
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