8 Time Beatport top 100 selling artist

Starting out in 2006 on a pair of Numark turntables Lee has been mixing it up for 11 years. 2007 saw Lee’s first live gig at a club in Skipton, Yorkshire called Rooder where he played an hour set of the then ‘in’ genre Electro House. Since then Lee moved on to Deep House performing at various venues across the UK and turned his attention to producing.

His first ever track ‘The Only One’ was featured on BBC Introducing back in 2014 but after a hard dive failure the track was lost and never got a chance to be released.

2016 Lee produced ‘Deep In To The Darkness’ and got his second Introducing feature but this time the track was safe and has since been released.

2017 Lee entered in to a DJ comp with Evermix and CR2 Records and came runner up to Jo Pool.

Lee is currently working closely with other artists now and producing EPs with Steve Reay under the Alias’ Him&I and Lost Minds whilst still producing for his own name.

Most noticeable achieves include a release with Dephunk reaching 12th in Beatport’s top 100 Minimal releases as well as his EP 'The Indifference' also hitting Beatports top 100 and forthcoming release 'Sexy Sax' Featuring no 1 chart topper Rui Da Silva.

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it won't do phrase British Used to express the opinion that a particular person's behaviour is unsatisfactory and cannot be allowed to continue. ‘Can't have that kind of talk—I've told you before, it won't do’
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[New Release] A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country. ‘Japan declared war on Germany’ ‘the two c...
[New Release] A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country. ‘Japan declared war on Germany’ ‘the two c...
[New Release] Lay in bed and listen to the storm outside, the rain as it hits the window and feel the warm of the foot thick duvet, hear the ambient ...
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by Lee Bryan DJ
Released 3 years ago
Melodic Techno, Techno
Thou shal not pass.
by Lee Bryan
Released 3 years ago
Minimal Techno, Techno
A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country. ‘Japan declared war on Germany’ ‘the two countries were at war for the next eight years’ count noun ‘I fought in two wars’ 1.1 A state of competition or hostility between different people or groups. ‘she was at war with her parents’ count noun ‘a price war among tour operators’ 1.2 A sustained campaign against an undesirable situation or activity. ‘the authorities are waging war against smuggling’ count noun ‘a war on drugs’ verb [no object] Engage in a war. ‘small states warred against each another’ figurative ‘conflicting emotions warred within her’ Phrases go to war Declare, begin, or see active service in a war. ‘he joined the RAF before the country went to war’ ‘of the four brothers who went to war, only Thomas survived’ go to the wars archaic Serve as a soldier. ‘I did all I could to dissuade him from going to the wars’ be in the wars informal Be (or have been) injured. ‘Roebuck continues to be in the wars and suffered a broken jaw’ war clouds Used to refer to a threatening situation of instability in international relations. ‘the war clouds were looming’ war of attrition A prolonged period of conflict during which each side seeks to gradually wear down the other by a series of small-scale actions. war of words A prolonged, often acrimonious, debate. ‘the political war of words over tax’ war to end all wars A war, especially the First World War, regarded as making subsequent wars unnecessary. Origin Late Old English werre, from an Anglo-Norman French variant of Old French guerre, from a Germanic base shared by worse.
by Lee Bryan
Released 3 years ago
Minimal Techno
A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country. ‘Japan declared war on Germany’ ‘the two countries were at war for the next eight years’ count noun ‘I fought in two wars’ 1.1 A state of competition or hostility between different people or groups. ‘she was at war with her parents’ count noun ‘a price war among tour operators’ 1.2 A sustained campaign against an undesirable situation or activity. ‘the authorities are waging war against smuggling’ count noun ‘a war on drugs’ verb [no object] Engage in a war. ‘small states warred against each another’ figurative ‘conflicting emotions warred within her’ Phrases go to war Declare, begin, or see active service in a war. ‘he joined the RAF before the country went to war’ ‘of the four brothers who went to war, only Thomas survived’ go to the wars archaic Serve as a soldier. ‘I did all I could to dissuade him from going to the wars’ be in the wars informal Be (or have been) injured. ‘Roebuck continues to be in the wars and suffered a broken jaw’ war clouds Used to refer to a threatening situation of instability in international relations. ‘the war clouds were looming’ war of attrition A prolonged period of conflict during which each side seeks to gradually wear down the other by a series of small-scale actions. war of words A prolonged, often acrimonious, debate. ‘the political war of words over tax’ war to end all wars A war, especially the First World War, regarded as making subsequent wars unnecessary. Origin Late Old English werre, from an Anglo-Norman French variant of Old French guerre, from a Germanic base shared by worse.
by Lee Bryan
Released 3 years ago
Deep, Ambient, Minimal Monkeys
Lay in bed and listen to the storm outside, the rain as it hits the window and feel the warm of the foot thick duvet, hear the ambient soundtrack to your relaxation and sleep.
by Lee Bryan
Released 3 years ago
Minimal, Techno, Minimal Techno
lousy ˈlaʊzi/ adjective adjective: lousy; comparative adjective: lousier; superlative adjective: lousiest 1. informal very poor or bad. "the service is usually lousy" synonyms: awful, terrible, appalling, abysmal, very bad, atrocious, desperate, unspeakable, frightful, miserable; More poor, incompetent, inadequate, unsatisfactory, inferior, not up to scratch, careless, second-rate, shoddy, slovenly; informalrotten, pathetic, useless, hopeless; informalduff, poxy, rubbish, pants, a load of pants "he had been a lousy husband" antonyms: good, competent used to express anger, contempt, or annoyance. "you lousy creeps" synonyms: despicable, contemptible, dirty, low, mean, base, low-down, hateful, detestable, loathsome, vile, wicked, vicious; More informalrotten, no-good "the lousy, double-crossing snake!" antonyms: good, decent unwell. "she felt lousy" synonyms: ill, unwell, poorly, sick, nauseous, nauseated, queasy, bad; More off, off colour; informalrough, rotten, awful, out of sorts, under the weather; informalgrotty, ropy; vulgar slangcrappy "Doc Reid dishes me out a few vitamin pills when I'm feeling lousy" antonyms: well, healthy 2. infested with lice. synonyms: lice-infested, lice-ridden; rarepedicular, pediculous "lousy bedclothes" antonyms: clean, fumigated informal
by Lee Bryan
Released 3 years ago
Miniman, Techno, Minimal Techno
'Jealous' adjective feeling or showing an envious resentment of someone or their achievements, possessions, or perceived advantages. 'she was always jealous of me' synonyms: envious, covetous, desirous; feeling or showing a resentful suspicion that one's partner is attracted to or involved with someone else. 'a jealous wife' synonyms: suspicious, distrustful, mistrustful, doubting, insecure, anxious.