Laurent Ash is Lifelike, one of the most exciting dance music producers to come out of France. It was early in his career that Lifelike found himself occupying a unique position at the vanguard of the French electronic movement, and a part of an extended musical family that includes Daft Punk, Justice, Alan Braxe, Kitsune, and Ed Banger's Pedro Winter. Whether he's producing on his own or collaborating with a French Touch icon, Lifelike continuously releases essential smooth disco and electronica records. The man behind classic cuts including 'Black Chess,' 'Discopolis' (with Kris Menace), 'So Electric' and 'Getting High' always gets a welcoming reception. He also picks up plenty of accolades ranging from BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong and Annie Mac to DJ bibles such as DJ Mag and Future Music Magazine, who call his productions "a sure-fire hit on dance floors" "walking that smooth and sexy line between nu-disco and new wave."
As a remixer, Lifelike’s ability to electrify a room has been elucidated by massive blog support and frequent charting on The Hype Machine with popular hit remixes of Chromeo, Sia, Empire Of The Sun, Vitalic, Moby and disco pioneer Cerrone. As a touring entity, Lifelike has touched down all over the globe from Europe and Australia to Asia and America, clubs to festivals. He's DJed alongside everyone from Fred Falke, DJ Falcon, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Alan Braxe, to Ritchie Hawtin, Steve Angello, DJ Medhi, and many others and when Lifelike isn't on tour, you'll likely find him tucked away in his studio.