Tiff started her singing as a young fresh faced 16 year old, Initially as a backing singer, to the band "Falling Man". They recorded an album and gigged quite regularly until they eventually disbanded. It was then she started fronting a blues/rock band gigging locally in the South East. However she felt the need to develop her songwriting capabilities in her own right, so she left the band and team up with one of the other members of the band to record her work, to much critical acclaim. ...show more
Tiff started her singing as a young fresh faced 16 year old, Initially as a backing singer, to the band "Falling Man". They recorded an album and gigged quite regularly until they eventually disbanded. It was then she started fronting a blues/rock band gigging locally in the South East. However she felt the need to develop her songwriting capabilities in her own right, so she left the band and team up with one of the other members of the band to record her work, to much critical acclaim.
The partnership took off and they recorded several songs and had interest from both Virgin and EMI but unfortunately she and her partner broke up, thus she was not able to capitalise upon the record company interest. Deciding on a complete change of direction she decided to join the band "Frankenstein's Baby", an indie/folk based sound. They wrote and recorded their own material, had a large and loyal fan base and were reviewed numerous times in various the music press and papers around the country. Playing regularly at the legendary "Mean Fiddler", but Tiff felt that the other members were not as driven as her in seeking chart success, inevitably she left, to reflect on the direction her career should take.
This led to her being one of the most sort after vocalists to front dance/House/Pop records in the country. So much so, that she has numerous tracks coming out, one of which was with the Legendary Paul Oakenfold who immediately on hearing her voice said he wanted to work with her! Which resulted in "Hypnotise" being voted "Dance Record of the Year" in the USA. Currently, she can be heard as the vocalist on The Flash Brothers new single, which she co-wrote, she is also currently writing the new ATB's album, which she also fronts, she is also fronting the new Lost Witness' single and album! She is also writing with Top 10 Artiste Lara McAllen of Angel City, and has a track on the Angel City debut album, and last but not least she is fronting and has co-written the new Headstrong single and FlashBrothers new single, both of which are already getting Radio 1 airplay! To boot she is writing with numerous other high profile writers.. ...show less
Albums & Singles by Tiff Lacey
Playlists Containing Tracks by Tiff Lacey
Fresh Trance & Progressive
Vocal Trance / Radio Edit
A State of Trance ♫
Trance to code to
HQ House Trance Techno Elektronic 2012
Hubster's Vocal Trance
Lounge Music DeLuxe
TRANCE (Euphoric Indulgence)
THIS IS THE SHIT
Best Of Vocal Trance
Fancy 2 weeks in Ibiza anyone?
A Taste of Trance
Big Chill Playlist
in a vocal trance
Trance, Progressive, Dance & misc
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Silky slow jams for the morning after the night before.
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Music like Daft Punk
Tracks that sound a bit like daft punk to keep you going until the new album comes out!
This Is House Music
The ultimate playlist featuring the best of today's House music. Updated regularly
MAD MEN Essentials
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Pitchfork's Top 500 Tracks of the 2000s
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2013: The Best Remixes
A continuously updated playlist with the best remixes released on Spotify throughout 2013
Top Hits USA
The top 100 songs in the USA right now. Updated weekly, subscribe for automatic updates
once you INDIE POP you can't stop
Upbeat indie songs, with tracks from Savoir Adore, Alt-J, Peter Bjorn and John, Bastille and many more