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LSN are a live electronic music production collective, formed in 2013. They have worked over the years drawing influence from conscious and active artists both visually and sonically within early drum n bass, trip-hop, psychedelic, metal and hip hop. Located in North Wales and London the trio, producers Feonix & Na-kika and vocalist/producer Simetra, push sonic boundaries and blur the lines between genres bringing a sound that is fresh and unique.
Over the years they have created a diverse discography featuring vocalists such as Simetra, Warrior Queen, Rider Shafique and Roger Robinson, releasing music with Uprise Audio, Deep Dark & Dangerous, Sentry Records, Albion Collective and Diffrent Music. Their first LP ‘Oblivion’ was released on Uprise Audio in April 2016 followed by a series of EP's and singles (Control Pt 1 & Pt 2) in 2017/2018. In December 2018 they debuted on Artikal Music UK with Systematic EP. This venture gained regular play on renowned BBC radio stations - featuring on Toddla T’s 1Xtra show, Tom Ravenscroft Recommends on BBC Radio 6 Music and also electronic music trendsetter Mary Anne Hobbs’ show. In January 2020 they released on Artikal Music UK their second project named Automation EP, becoming regular members of the prolific imprint. Soon to follow was their third EP on J:Kenzo’s label, rave & breakbeat-inspired - Focus Life Energy.
LSN have received support over the years from artists such as Mala, Youngsta, Seven, Truth, J:Kenzo, Cimm, Nurve, Nomine, DJ Gemmy, and have performed mixes on Rinse FM, Subtle Radio and GetDarker.
They have recently started their own cycle of events at Iard Hendre in Wales, which is going to be a regular show. The first edition of “LSN presents” featured Synkro, Basic Rhythm, Kujo, Becket & Root Soundsystem, for the second they invited Neffa-T, Mystic State & Rider Shafique.
They are also working as part of the global Education & Bass movement, which has worked in favour of the aim of the collective: to push themselves to great heights and to bring something new to the music and art world.