[label style=”1″]DJ Dan[/label]
A dance music legend by any measure of the term, DJ Dan provides the Lucky phase two lineup announcement with a touch of the ‘old school’ that USC Events loves to provide. The Olympia, Wash. native has performed at the most popular clubs and biggest festivals all over the world. Now, DJ Dan will be bringing his unique blend of disco-funk and tech-house back to the Northwest at Lucky 2014.
Building his name with That Zipper Track and Needle Damage in 1999, DJ Dan would get invited to join Carl Cox on a world-wide tour that would bring DJ Dan to the rest of the world. He’s kept himself busy since, running his label InStereo Recordings, hosting his podcast ‘Stereo Damage’, and releasing tracks and collabs constantly. His most recent tracks are We Used to Jack and his collaboration with UMEK, Mighty Wind. If you’re at Lucky this March and want to see one of the most talented and legendary DJs in the building perform, make sure you catch DJ Dan’s set.
Living their creed of ‘Death to Genres’ every day, Miami-based duo GTA are sure to be one of the acts that everyone is talking about following Lucky this year. Spanning trap, electro, house, moombahton, and more, Julio Mejia and Matt Toth know how to get crowds moving. Their remix of Kaskade’s progressive house anthem Atmosphere is the perfect example of the boundary-less world that GTA creates for their fans.
The duo have released tracks on major labels such as Diplo’s Mad Decent and Laidback Luke’s Mixmash and remixed greats such as Wolfgang Gartner, Deadmau5, Michael Woods, and more. GTA was last in the Northwest at the Kaleidoscope Festival in Eugene, Ore. last August and featured at Paradiso Festival last June as well. Full of energy and not afraid to mix things up, GTA will undoubtedly put on a great show and could be one of the better sets at Lucky 2014.
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