Biography of Lauhaus
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Lauhaus Biography?September 2013??Born and raised in Amsterdam, Lauhaus has been active in the Dutch and international dance scene for over a decade. With his sound ranging from house to techno, Lauhaus has always shown his diversity in his sets as well as in his productions. Apart from his activities as a dj/producer, Lauhaus is running two labels together with his longtime friend Kabale und Liebe: Soweso Records and We Dig. Music.
After many legendary nights in Studio 80, Lauhaus was invited to become a resident DJ at the infamous Amsterdam based club. Since 2011 Lauhaus and Kabale und Liebe have been hosting their Soweso label nights at this venue with great success.
As a producer, Lauhaus has been active on many fronts in the past years. Besides his releases on his own labels Soweso and We Dig. Music, he released on many established international labels. After many well received releases on Amsterdam labels Remote Area and Intacto, Lauhaus's breakthrough release was the track "Back to Ipanema" on Frankfurt's legendary Cocoon Recordings. This gave him worldwide exposure and established his name in the international scene. His most recent output called "Hiphouse", a collaboration with Kabale und Liebe on Joris Voorn's label Rejected, reached the 19th place on Resident Advisor’s ‘Most charted tracks of 2012’.
Next to these successes, Lauhaus has been active on labels like Get Physical, Sushitech, ViVa Music, Circus Company, Bangbang! and Fasten Musique, just to name a few. Before establishing himself as a solo artist, Lauhaus formed the Polder project together with David Labeij in 2006. As Polder they released their album "Poldermodel" on Shinedoe’s Intacto label in 2008.
Besides playing all the major venues and festivals in his native country the Netherlands, Lauhaus has been touring the globe playing in clubs like Watergate (Berlin), Electric Pickle (Miami), Sankeys (Ibiza & Manchester), Arma 17 (Moscow), Space (Ibiza), D-Edge (Sao Paolo), Rex (Paris) and Eleven (Tokyo).