Disappear into a Full-Stream of Lane 8's 'Ghost' Remix EP

Ahead of the summer release of his debut album 'Rise' on Anjunadeep, the California producer and DJ calls in Audion, Bwana, and even himself, to bring his new single deeper.

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May 15 2015, 4:55pm

A couple years back, like many artists trying to get their names out there, California-native Daniel Goldstein, AKA Lane 8 was tirelessly putting music out into a endless abyss of the interwebs. With early Hype Machine #1's and an array of remixes that, at times, confusingly intersected the roads of deep and summery house, it seemed like he was still trying to find his footing as an artist. Then he eventually found a home with Anjunadeep, the fast-rising offset of Above & Beyond's famed Anjunabeats label. From there, his sound changed drastically—becoming deeper, more progressive, and stylistically cohesive. He's been with the label ever since.

Now Lane 8 is finally ready to release a debut album, Rise, on Anjunadeep. The first single from the album, a soulful cut entitled "Ghost" (featuring Patrick Baker) has already been released to impressive internet acclaim. Following suit with the unveiling of the single, is an exclusive full-stream of the Ghost remix EP.

Featuring a diverse collection of artists like Audion (an alias of Matthew Dear), Bwana, Luvian, and even Lane 8 himself, the Ghost remix EP is an insightful look into the sound the artist is presenting on his debut album. It features styles ranging from techno, to flowing progressive house, and offers four very captivating interpretations of the original track. Check out the full release above, before its release Monday, May 18.

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