Denver-based DJ and producer Daniel Goldstein makes smoothly flowing, melodic house music under the name Lane 8. Whether he's working with guest vocalists or crafting exquisite instrumentals, he always writes songs that gently ebb and flow, functioning as emotional journeys rather than mere club tracks. Goldstein is well known for prohibiting phones and cameras from his concerts, forcing the audience members to live in the moment and share a communal experience rather than spending the entire time posting on social media. Goldstein grew up in California, and first started making garage rock when he was a kid. After getting into hip-hop, he began making beats, but he came into his own when he switched to dance music. He began uploading original tracks and remixes in 2012, and was signed to Above & Beyond's Anjunadeep label the following year. After releasing several singles that achieved success at dance clubs as well as blogs, Lane 8's debut album, Rise, arrived in 2015. The album featured guest vocalists including Matthew Dear, Solomon Grey, and Patrick Baker. Goldstein launched his label and event series, both titled This Never Happened, and became a successful touring artist. Lane 8's second full-length, Little by Little, was released by This Never Happened in 2018, featuring collaborations with Poliça, J.F. July, and Fractures. In January 2020 he released his third album 'Brightest Lights' with a slew of collaborators including old favourites Poliça and London trio Arctic Lake which is being supported with a 38 date world tour that includes stops at the iconic Brooklyn Mirage, Coachella, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and Printworks.