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The Garden Pres LO'99

Tapped by some of the world’s most sought after labels and spun by dance music’s top tastemakers, make no mistake… LO’99 is doing Australia proud!

This Sydney producer makes tracks that blur the lines between house and breaks: his production usually always packing a heady bassline and often contains a little 2-step or garage influence. And why not we say!! Dance music’s elite are getting behind his vision with LO having already secured releases on cult labels like Night Bass, Bunny Tiger, Confession and This Ain’t Bristol. To boot, he’s already been called upon to remix some of the greats like Röyksopp, Kaskade, Moby and now.. Fatboy Slim!

In no time LO’99 has clocked up four Beatport #1s & had his tunes spun on Triple J, BBC Radio 1 and 1xtra. His debut single Take Me Back hit #5 on the UK club charts, while both his 2016 runaway hit Make Me Feel and the brand new single Fallen soared to #1 at home on the Australian ARIA Club Charts.

So far in 2017 LO has performed at Splendour In The Grass, Nocturnal Wonderland and has played the main stage at Electronic Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, released an EP on Tchami’s Confession label, club tunes on This Ain’t Bristol & Night Bass and an official remix for Peking Duk & AlunaGeorge!

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