The docuseries, “Cole Plante: Unfiltered” follows the 16-year old as he prepares to take the stage at Lollapalooza.
“Lie To Me” is the follow-up to the Los Angeles native and high school sophomore’s single “Forever,” released on his Teknicole imprint. It showcases Cole’s multifaceted musical range as he teams up with the Hungarian super duo Myon and Shane 54’s. Known for their wall of sound heavy synth riffs and paired Cole’s sharp-edged electro-beats and emotional lead melodies, they lead you into a journey of lush vocals into the crescendo that preps you for the spectacular drop. “Lie To Me” features the rework by Cole Plante and MS54’s “Extended Mix” while in-demand Dutch house master R3hab puts his inimitable club banger and festival stamp on a second remix. “Lie To Me” precedes Cole’s next track, “Here We Go Now” with special guest Perry Farrell.
DJing since the age of 14, Cole’s precisely crafted big room, electro-house and dubstep fusion DJ sets are packed with high-octane selections. While his choices are put together to keep the crowd moving, his progression directs the mood to shift just the right amount, constantly evolving and advancing. His style is a natural choice for the Lollapalooza Festival, which from inception has been known for defying convention and pushing boundaries.
Cole’s previous DJ gigs have included Voyeur in San Diego, L.E.D. Events, Rain in Las Vegas, Avalon in Hollywood, Amnesia in Miami, Hard Rock Hotel in San Diego and Las Vegas, Enclave in Chicago, Ruby Skye in San Francisco, as well as the 2012 Identity Festival Tour, Red Bull’s Summer X Games 2012, and the American Music Awards 40th anniversary VIP party. Cole has performed alongside Avicii, Nero, Porter Robinson, Eric Prydz, Paul Oakenfold, Bingo Players, Carnage, and Danny Avila, to name just a few EDM power players.
No stranger to production and remixing, Cole has had a hand in soundtracking video games, films, and television shows, as well as remixing fellow artists. Cole’s own original productions are informed largely by his DJing experiences, but also by his on going fascination with soundtracks and his parents’ collection of ‘80s and ‘90s synth-pop records. His most recent remix of Myon & Shane 54 With Aruna “Lights” was featured on those EDM pioneers’ ‘In Search Of Sunrise’ compilation CD, the genre-defining series originally founded by Tiësto in 1999.