From Doritos to cellular dissonance — Takeaways from Lane 8’s AMA

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Daniel Goldstein, a.k.a. Lane 8, continues to dive deeper, following the release of his recent album Brightest Lights with an all-illuminating AMA over on r/electronicmusic.

In addition to the “When are you playing [insert city here]?” queries, Goldstein’s latest open floor offers a slew of interesting takeaways, honing in on some the creative subtleties of Brightest Lights, self-taught production through trial and error, and even the creative process behind the Colorado-based producer’s momentous seasonal mixtape series. Read some of the AMA’s finer takeaways below.

Lane 8 tours North America through the end of March before a hop to the other side of the pond, where’ he’ll be playing a handful of European shows across April and May. Tickets and a full list of dates are currently available.

Learning from the ground up and utilizing your resources…

From Doritos to cellular dissonance — Takeaways from Lane 8’s AMALane8AMA

When to start the next seasonal mix…

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Allowing the pieces to fall into place…

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A deep dive into a bag of Cooler Ranch…

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On currently living the dream…

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“I’d rather make the music ‘normal people friendly’ than ‘DJ friendly.’”

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On creating dissonance at the cellular level…

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