Duo Loadstar, made up of Brits Gavin Harris and Nick Hill, is the show all of the drum and bass fans will be ready to see. Previously known to the world as Xample and Lomax respectively, the men who make up Loadstar were initially ‘found’ separately by Ram Records’ owners Andy C and Scott Bourne. Beginning by sharing studio space, the duo decided to join forces after finding themselves working together more often than not, and started fresh with ‘Loadstar’.
Loadstar played throughout Europe in 2013, and made a trip to the Northwest in one of their handful of North American tour dates. That stop was Paradiso, coming between his shows at EDC Chicago and Shambhala Music Festival in British Columbia. If you’re looking for an artist or set at Lucky 2014 that’ll get your body moving and head bobbing, this is it.
[label style=”1″]Sander van Doorn[/label]
In true festival style, Lucky 2014 features a stable of Dutchmen. Sander van Doorn joins his compatriots Firebeatz, Juventa, and Showtek on the lineup of currently announced artists. The Doorn Records boss, Sander van Doorn is one of the leading artists in dance music today. Launching new tracks and careers constantly, the house artist is showing no signs of slowing down.
Since releasing his first album, Supernaturalistic, in 2008, Sander van Doorn has been headlining some of the world’s biggest festivals and creating new material constantly. He’s won awards, had residencies in Ibiza, and worked with the biggest names in the business. Simply put: Sander van Doorn has done it all. The stage will likely be packed for his set at Lucky 2014, so make sure you get your spot early.
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