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Pioneering the nu-disco sound, Laurent Ash aka Lifelike’s early productions soon pricked the ears of the likes of DJ Falcon and Thomas Bangalter (from Daft Punk), who playlisted his "Black Chess" single during their Together 2002 tour, which if you’re a young Producer, is basically the equivalent of getting all six numbers in the lottery, finally introducing him very quickly into the very small but highly talented "French Touch" family. A family of parisian artists that includes Daft Punk, Justice, Alan Braxe & Fred Falke, Air, Cassius... Almost every records he released since then gained instant support from BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong & Annie Mac as well as the DJ bibles such as DJ Mag, MixMag and Future Music Magazine, calling his productions “a sure-fire hit on dance floors” ,“walking that smooth and sexy line between nu-disco,new wave and funk” and "a master of crafting credible dance floor beast." Those records includes "Discopolis", released on Alan Braxe's seminal label "Vulture", a massive inernational club hit, who sold over 100000 copies, "So Electric"
(Wall Of Sound) "Sequencer" (Vulture), "Dont Stop featuring A-Trak" (Kitsuné) and more recenlty "Sexodrome" & "NightWalk"on Anjunadeep. As a remixer, records companies quickly noticed LIFELIKE’s ability to turn any track into a dance floor hit. Remixing credits includes: Daft Punk, Giorgio Moroder, Chainsmokers, Amtrac, Chromeo, Sia, Empire Of The Sun, Moby, Classixx, The Presets (more than 40 remixes in total).