Dutch wunderkind Juventa, aka Jordin Post, is one of the world’s brightest young artists. Hailed by the likes of Armin van Buuren, the 19-year-old has been on the scene since featuring on Anjunabeats Beats Vol. 8. Combining enjoyable elements of uplifting trance and progressive house, while not strictly playing either, Juventa spans the universe that is ‘trance’.
Juventa has worked with all the big names: Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Dash Berlin, Tritonal, and the list goes on. After listening to one of his seven currently available episodes of ‘Nothing But Love’ podcast on his Soundcloud, it is easy to see why. Trance and progressive house fans will be smart to take advantage of being able to see one of dance music’s next great artists at Lucky 2014.
[label style=”1″]Kill the Noise[/label]
Kill the Noise has been focused on finding new sounds and using his, and dance music’s, expansive network of artists and ideas. The man also known as Jake Stanczak has experience with guys like Skrillex, Dillon Francis, and Brillz throughout his career.Thankfully, the Northwest will get a taste of what he’s been working on soon. Having not released an EP for almost a year, Kill the Noise should have plenty of new material to experiment with.
In addition to playing at Electric Zoo, Coachella, and HARD Summer last year, Kill the Noise also graced the Northwest with his presence at the Paradiso Festival. The dubstep/electro-house/hardstyle/anythinghewants American producer also visited Oregon twice last year, playing in Eugene and Portland. Although his touring has been relatively Northwest-friendly, it’s safe to say that the Kill the Noise that shows up at Lucky will be different than any other we’ve seen. In all the best ways.
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