Headlining is one of the true originators of techno music, a man as Detroit as they come and one of the Belleville Three: Mr Juan Atkins. Releasing music under his own name as well behind the aliases Cybotron, Model 500 and Infiniti, Juan is responsible for producing many of the timeless Detroit classics that we still love today and that have inspired millions. Djing for 30 years he has developed a knowledge of the that few can match. A LOST veteran, we look forward to have Juan throwing it down for us!
Steve Bicknell is a veteran DJ and producer of the early UK dance music scene and a musical visionary, using his LOST events as a platform to showcase groundbreaking music. Producing under the moniker LOST for Perfecto and Mute Steve went on to establish Cosmic Records and subsidiaries Clubtracks, Lost Recording and ID, giving voice to productions from producers such as Luke Slater, DJ Rush, Tyree Cooper, DJ Funk,Jay Denham and many more. Lost recording being indicative of the seminal LOST sound. Such was Steve’s vision that Lost was first to book latterday luminaries such as Jeff Mills, Richie Hawtin, Dan Bell and Robert Hood. As a truly international DJ, Steve has traveled the world with his unique representation of Acid House, Chicago House, Techno and for more experimental spacebase sets a firm grasp of everything from reggae, to italo, to broken beat.
Chris Carrier from France. Chris played for Holic as part of their Robsoul Records showcase and more than impressed. With over 100 production credits under his belt, he’s been an underground icon for the past decade. Never chasing the limelight, almost darting around it in all manner of guises and musical styles, Carrier is nevertheless revered today as one of the most prolific and gifted producers on the dance scene today. With 2011 being one of his busiest years for DJ gigs it seems we aren’t the only one’s he has been impressing.
Tomoki Tamura hails from Osaka, Japan, where he built his steadfast reputation as one of the country’s most promising electronic DJs. Resident in London since 2004 he has continued to rock the dance floor throughout the capital, hosting Holic in London alongside a residency at Womb, Japan. Tomoki's successful mix albums 'The Groove Cafe Series' led to his own productions released on Satoshi Tomiie's Saw Recordings, Germany's Plastic City and New York's Nite Grooves amongst others. A true, underground music ambassador.
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