After a scorching success at the rugged natural fortress of Masada in September, Day Zero will return to the mystic jungle of Tulum on January 10. Nestled in lush flora and fauna and beneath a star-spangled sky, the event will embark on an eighteen-hour musical voyage featuring some of the world’s most exhilarating selectors and live acts.
Several powerhouses will be making their Day Zero debuts, including GRAMMY-winning Dubfire, Berlin heroine Ellen Allien, Keinemusik’s &Me, house and techno legend Luciano, minimal giant Priko and eclectic duo Concret.
It’s a reunion for the Crosstown Rebels family, as the bill features Art Department, Bedouin, Francesca Lombardo, Serge Devant, Tibi Dabo and Yulia Niko. Fellow Crosstown member Ae:there will be providing a portion of the live music, while local legend and sitar maestro Sidartha Siliceo will return with his futuristic rendition on classical northern Indian sounds.
Returning to the series are dynamic duo Audiofly and Black Coffee, along with the mastermind of the event himself, Damian Lazarus.
Since its inception on the final day of the Mayan Calendar in 2012, Day Zero has celebrated the rebirth of ancient tradition with forward-thinking electronic music. The event invites you to an experience reminiscent of Burning Man, as the event empowers sustainable practices, commitment to human connection and cultural connectivity.
The enchanting environment thrives off a ritualistic energy and bond with the local community, creating a total immersion of the senses. Tickets are on sale now via Resident Advisor.
Get Lost is the aptly-named, Damian Lazarus-driven, after-hours party with a legendary Miami presence. This year, NYC will debut its own rendition of Get Lost on October 11-12 at the Knockdown Center, welcoming live acts and selectors for two days of forward-thinking house and techno.
Friday October 11 will see the debut of the Get Lost Live concept, an innovative audio-visual experience to revolutionize how live shows are meant to be felt. In association with The Bowery Presents, Damian Lazarus has enlisted the help of Lebanese indie group Mashrou Leila, modern pop icon Kelsey Lu, and sets from buzzworthy duo Beautiful Swimmers, and NYC alt selector, Whitney Fierce.
The day rages on come October 12 at 2pm, when doors open at 2pm to welcome in sixteen hours of wonderland provided by the Crosstown Rebels friends and family. Four more areas open from 10pm to top off Get Lost’s remarkable experience.
Among the names to grace the decks for Get Lost include: Martinez Brothers, Carl Craig, Robag Whrume, Felix Da Housecat and Tijana T. They are joined by Crosstown and Rebellion’s diverse roster of performers, among them Ae:ther (Live), Brina Knauss, Francesca Lombardo, Serge Devant, and more (see below).
From sunset to sunrise of immersive theatrics, expect the unexpected and more at Get Lost.
The Get Lost party series is just one of Damian Lazarus’ highly successful endeavers. The producer championed the festival Day Zero and remains at the helm of underground music and event coordinating. Miami has become the flagship event in the Get Lost part series and what started as an intimate after-hours party now welcomes more than 60 incredible deep house artists for a 24-hour marathon party and proves to be one of the most anticipated events of the year.
This year’s lineup is littered with favorites as well as unexpected newcomers. Lazarus will kick off the event with a 5 am set alongside DJ Tennis and DJ Three as the trio, Wizardry. Get Lost veterans Guy Gerber, Francesca Lombardo, Soul Clap, Jonas Rathsman, Serge Devant, Shaun Reeves, Behrouz, Kenny Glasgow, Jonny White, and wAFF will all be in attendance as well. It’s almost as if 24 hours is too short an experience, as the event is known to bewitch and entice its guests, and its evolving production is truly something to lose yourself and revel in.
Despite his status as a global icon in dance music, we are surprised to see Diplo’s name among these underground giants. However, the world famous DJ has been known to appreciate all genres of electronic music and doesn’t shy away from the challenge of diving into the deep. Attendees will have an exciting front row seat into the unknown for Diplo’s departure from his usual sound.
Staying true to its deep roots in the underground, Get Lost Miami promises sets from the Desert Hearts Crew, Claude VonStroke, Doc Martin, Dennis Ferrer, Felix da Housecat, DJ Sneak, and many underground artists. From sunrise to sundown, attendees can expect mystery and intrigue around every corner, amongst four distinct dancefloor environments flowing between a smoke-filled club and back outside underneath the sun, moon, and stars.Get your tickets to this one of a kind party, held on March 30, and let Damian Lazarus do the rest.