Outspoken and entertaining, DJ Carnage is one of the artists we are most excited to see as a part of the phase 1 Lucky announcement. Recently teaming up with Seattle-based producer Breaux, Carnage is one of dance music’s rising artists. Before making his Northwest debut at Lucky, Carnage is performing at the Roseland Theater in Portland on Valentine’s Day alongside Victor Niglio.
Like Bro Safari, DJ Carnage doesn’t allow himself to be known as a one-genre artist. A fan of trance, Carnage has created tracks ranging from trap to progressive house, mastering what he’s titled ‘Festival’ music. What better place to see an artist who specializes in tunes for festivals, than a festival?
Fresh off of releasing a new track, Dutch electro-house duo Firebeatz are continuing their upward trajectory that began in 2008. The track, titled Rockin, is a collab with Dubvision and was released on January 24th. The duo are no strangers to the Beatport Top 10 and have featured in the prestigious list with tracks such as Where’s Your Head At and Dear New York. They again reached the top 10 in 2013 with their track Wonderful, which we can all relate to.
Firebeatz are hoping to capitalize on a successful 2013. They performed at several festivals last year, including the Something Wicked Festival, Electric Zoo, and Beyond Wonderland. To get a glimpse of what Tim and Jurre have to offer, you can also check out their monthly podcast ‘Firebeatz FM’. They haven’t been to the Northwest recently, so don’t miss the chance this March when they’re lighting up Lucky.
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