It has been a great couple of years for
Lottie. Winning the Best New DJ prize at the Ericsson
Muzik Awards in 1999, she then went on to grab a Top
50 spot in DJ Magazine's DJ Of The Year poll in one
of only nine women in a chart of 100 DJs.
Lottie's talent was first spotted by the promoters of
London's leading night The Gallery where in 1996 she
was selected as their weekly resident. Today as well
as a host of International gigs, Lottie plays all over
the UK and holds the title of being Bugged Out's first
lady, an honour indeed to be so highly regarded at this
legendary Liverpool club.
Where Lottie shines as a DJ is in her
quality of music and her insistence in only playing
proper house. Spinning deep and tribal, through to tough
and techy house with an added twisted disco and funky
sound from UK and American labels; she is a consummate
spinner. Although her insistence that music comes first
has strongly directed what media coverage she chooses,
entering the world of TV and Radio was a natural step
for Lottie, presenting for MTV at Homelands (2000) and
appearing on Channel 4's award winning Faking It show
as a mentor to a classical musician who was trying to
make it as a club DJ, she has also become a regular
guest DJ, filling in for Danny Rampling on Radio 1.
Productions include 'The Sound' on Duty Free Recordings
and 'The Yob' with Trade DJ Malcolm Duffy on Remote.
Others include 'Relax' by Robbie Rivera, and Lottie's
favourite track, 'Happy Day' for Defected came out in
June '99. During 2000 she completed a remix of Junior
Cartier's 'Women Beat Their Men' again with production
partner Malcolm Duffy. Towards the end of the year she
finished a remix of 'Walk Of Life' by Billie on Innocent
Records and her second solo single 'Bushroot' (on Duty
Free Recordings) was released in December.
Remix wise, Lottie added her flavour to 'mountains'
by Meeker on Darren Emerson's label Underwater, 'Salsoul
Nugget' by M&S on FFRR and Desert's 'Lettin' Ya Mind
Go' on Futuregroove/ Mute Records.