Lane eight has squared away 2018 with the discharge of his winter mixtape. He’s gracefully organized 4 prolonged mixes over the course of 2018 that uniquely embody the not simply the character of their respective seasons, however the transformative essence of these seasons altering.
Through his fall 2018 mixtape, Lane eight sonically thread heat and brilliant vibrations along with the moods evoked of fixing colours and longer nights. His summer season combine set the scene for waves crashing on seashores and heat breezes. The spring mixtape took listeners into this yr with grace, via a soundscape that pollen may dance on. With every combine Lane eight has achieved the private, attempting, and distinctive feat of giving a portion of time — and the change that occurs throughout that point — a sonic stamp.
The winter 2018 mixtape isn't any exception. Through 4 hours of fluid mixing and cautious, hand-picked association, Lane eight has given this winter his stamp. Starting in together with his personal remix of Virtual Self‘s “Ghost Voices,” Lane eight begins guiding his listeners into the combo, gliding over the icy inhibitions and harsh winds of the season. By an hour and a half into the combo, he hits listeners with the Yotto edit of Fatima Yamaha’s haunting “What’s a Girl to Do.” Through the acts of Jon Hopkins, Rampa, Eelke Kleijn, Black Coffee, Dirty South, the crews of Anjunadeep, All Day I Dream, and plenty of extra, Lane eight finds an pleasing, quintessential feeling that unifies the nippiness of winter with the heat inside individuals who not solely stand up to the chilly it however adore it.
Lane eight has been placing these seasonal mixes for a number of years now, and with every passing yr, they’ve grow to be extra refined and extra wanted, bringing out the very best of every season. This winter combine evokes visions of fur rugs, fireplaces, and snow falling softly outdoors wooden-frame home windows — cozy spots the place one would hope to be posted for a fast 4 hours within the upcoming months. Now, due to Lane eight, these moments have an ideal soundtrack.