Lee Osborne has become an overnight success story, this relatively unknown DJ from London has accomplished more than many could have dreamed of within a blink of an eye. Driven by his relentless passion and self belief Osborne has carved his way through the underground progressive and tech trance movement in only two years, to become one of the most exciting producers in the scene today. A man who lets his music do the talking and with nearly 20 diverse and innovative hit releases to date on every significant label there is, it is no wonder he is cementing his future fast.
This unprecedented rise to fame comes from his natural musical ability, and is the reason why the World’s most renowned Super Club, ”The Gallery & Ministry of Sound” has selected Lee as their first new Resident, a signing they haven’t made in a very long time. Joining luminaries such as Tall Paul, Sister Bliss (Faithless), Markus Schulz and guests such as Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Paul Van Dyk, Sander Van Doorn and Paul Oakenfold this is an audacious move from this global clubbing brand.
His sound is evident just like his intention, to become one of the leading producers of his generation. The prologue was his first rework of Marco V’s hit track ”Automanual" back in 2010, an underground phenomenon signed direct to Incharge, gaining him the respect of A-list peers who then sat in anticipation for Lee’s next move.
Tried & Tested, Osborne was straight back in the studio defining his epic big room progressive tech trance sound, a string of innovative releases followed from original pieces to the remixes of DeadMau5, which collectively gained him a 10 week consistent play on the most prestigious BBC Radio 1.
The indelible Dutch label High Contrast continued to champion his work alongside the iconic Armin Van Buuren’s Armada, Mondo, Lange & Slinky to name but a few. His name was becoming infamous across the globe and it wasn’t long until his tour diary began to fill up with some of the biggest super club bookings such as the main room appearances at Slinky to over 2000 peoples, a residency in AIR Birmingham and international festivals in Belgium to 300,000 people and Ukraine.
There’s one statement Lee Osborne has always lived by ”To Predict The Future You have To Invent, if you want something so bad, you have to just get out there and do it”. And, that is just what he has done.