Voted in DJ Magazine as the only female to have broke the top 10 position at No9 in the DJ Top 100 poll. Having one of the biggest selling Euphoria Dance albums on Telstar of all time, headlining the most prestigious festivals and events the dance industry has to offer around, there is only one lady we can name LISA LASHES. These huge achievements don’t pop up overnight and with a career stretching over 15 years Lisa’s still at the top of her game. Well known and hugely respected for her hard work and pioneering a good ear for music plus pushing the boundaries on her productions, we can see even more big things on the horizon for Lashes. Adapting to new sounds, Lisa’s evolved into the more rolling, phat, energetic, Psy-Trance and progressive style of music thus opening up more interest with her ever growing fan base gaining respect from new and her dedicated followers worldwide. No stranger to festivals and events including the massive Global Gathering, Creamfields, Nocturnal Wonderland, Electric Daisy Carnival & Dance Valley to name a few, Lisa has added even more heavyweight festivals & concerts to her ever growing performance list. Playing to over 40,000 people at the Sepang Formula 1 Racetrack in Malaysia for an outdoor concert, Dash Berlin had no hesitation in asking Lisa to join him for his supporting act, which proves Lisa is making noise quite literally in all the right places. It’s not just Dash Berlin who feels the same, the likes of Paul Van Dyk, Gareth Emery, Markus Schulz and Armin Van Buuren have all championed her new productions either in the clubs, radio’s or on main stages around the globe. With a constantly busy schedule, the UK based Lisa is a regular at the infamous Ministry Of Sound in London where earlier this year she bedazzled the dance floor showing of her tricks, skills, flawless mixing & new found love and passion of her scratching and technical ability. Lisa is not one to be complacent and is always working to up her game, which is possibly the reason she has had longevity in this very male dominated music industry.
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