Lauren Lo Sung

Miss B EP (Inc. KOKO Remix)

LOCUS

LCS009

Lauren Lo Sung

Miss B EP (Inc. KOKO Remix)

LOCUS

LCS009

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ARTIST
Lauren Lo Sung
TITLE
Miss B EP (Inc. KOKO Remix)
LABEL
LOCUS
CAT NO.
LCS009
FORMAT
12"
RELEASE DATE
  • 19/02/2021 [INITIAL RELEASE]
TERRITORY
Worldwide
GENRE
Deep House House Tech House
FEATURING
KOKO Lauren Lo Sung
ASSETS
MISC.
Transparent Orange Vinyl

TRACK LISTING

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  1. A1. Miss B
  2. A2. Cosmic Flow
  3. B1. Miss B (KOKO Remix)
  4. B2. B-Side The Point

SALES NOTES

Lauren Lo Sung makes her LOCUS debut as she delivers her ‘Miss B’ EP, backed by a remix from label favourite KOKO.

One of the UK’s most exciting house talents, gaining stand out praise from Mixmag and DJ Mag to name just a few, Liverpool-based DJ and producer Lauren Lo Sung has established herself as one of the scene’s most in-demand ‘new names’ of recent years. With releases to date via the likes of Vatos Locos, Lazare Hoche Records and Rutilance, alongside her own blossoming imprints LOLiFE and e1even Records, her groove-laden sound has seen grace the decks across a host of renowned hotspots from Space Ibiza to Club der Visionaere, and her sharp ascent is most certainly showing no signs of slowing. After yet another impressive twelve months, 2021 welcomes her debut on
London’s flourishing LOCUS as she reveals her ‘Miss B’ EP this February – backed by a remix from bubbling Italian talent KOKO, who returns having dropped the launch EP on the label.

Title cut ‘Miss B’ kicks things off in a warping fashion as spiralling synths and fluttering vocal interjections meet skittering drums to offer up lively EP opener, whilst ‘Cosmic Flow’ introduces further tripped-out vocal effects atop of dubby chords and paired back, refined percussion. Next up, KOKO’s hazy and energetic take on the title cut showcases the Italian’s slick and infectious sound palette, before the aptly titled ‘B-Side The Point’ closes proceedings as Lo Sung opts for bubbling basslines, hypnotic atmospherics and snaking percussion arrangements throughout a groove-heavy peak-time closer.

Published: 18th January 2021

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