Tahoe’s The Loft Lounge to host London producer Redlight
If you go
When: 10 p.m. Thursday, June 16
Where: The Loft Lounge
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
London-based DJ/producer Redlight will headline a show at The Loft Lounge in Heavenly Village Thursday, June 16.
“Coming to the States to perform at EDC-Las Vegas, Redlight can confidently be placed among the UK’s most consistent and exciting producers of recent years,” according to a press release from The Loft. “Well-respected name in this space, he has worked with some of the world’s biggest names in electronic music like Disclosure, SBTRKT, Gorgon City and more.
“There’s been a slew of stand-out releases via his own Lobster Boy label, a UK Top 10 hit in Lost In Your Love via Polydor Records, remixes for the likes of Cee Lo Green, Tink and Ms. Dynamite, and even a recent single with legendary Wu-Tang Clan founding member Raekwon on the ‘36 EP.’
“Redlight has gone on to pen records with some of the world’s most iconic artists, including Mary J Blige, and most recently rising star vocalist Tinashe, with whom he joined forces on the latest single ‘Pretend.’ His recently released artist album project X-Colour is a glossy, thoughtfully curated body of tracks that encompass a myriad of different club-centric sounds. Redlight feels more than ready to build on the success of crossover singles ‘9TS’ and the anthemic ‘Gold Teeth,’ too.”
The Loft Theatre in located in the Heavenly Village at 1001 Heavenly Village Way in South Lake Tahoe.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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