Jacques Greene is an acclaimed Canadian DJ and electronic music producer known for his house tracks, which often incorporate R&B and U.K. garage influences.
Through several well-received singles on labels like Night Slugs and LuckyMe, particularly 2011’s “Another Girl,” Greene (along with artists like Disclosure and Kingdom) was instrumental in updating house for a post-millennial audience, merging the U.K.-born post-dubstep/future bass sound with contemporary R&B.
Later in the decade, he released ambitious, eclectic full-lengths such as 2019’s Dawn Chorus.
Support on the night from WasteFellow.
After their LoSt LaNe debut in November Mirage is back for its first collaboration with the Italian parties U Feel based in Milan.
The two collectives will join forces to bring you a special tech-house set in a positive atmosphere. Behind the decks: Mirage resident DJ’s Suddenly Right, Vithz b2b Valentina (U Feel)
‘CYNEMA’ (Previously ‘Cinema’) is the alias upon the visually heavy, electronic sounds created by Ireland based Peter Fleming. An alt-Pop sound made up of rushing synths and catchy Pop vocals on top of Dance music roots. It has lead him to high acclaim both within and outside of his native Irish music scene. Having clocked regular mainstream airtime with recent singles, the quality of CYNEMA’s live performances have grown accordingly leading to Ireland’s biggest festival stages. CYNEMA has just returned from a support tour with Indie-Pop sensations Le Boom and closed out his 2019 with a show in Budapest. 2020 promises new releases and headline shows from CYNEMA and looks to be a huge year for the project. Check out the new CYNEMA track ‘Radio Love‘ – a thumping rolling dance track with pop undertones that points the way forward for CYNEMA this year.
Hidden Agenda are delighted to welcome someone they’ve been inviting over year after year for a very long time…
Alongside pianist Ólafur Arnalds, Janus Rasmussen is one of the brains behind Kiasmos, a duo that create some of the most beautifully dark and melancholic melodies we’ve had the pleasure of hearing.
Currently residing and working in Reykjavik, Rasmussen has recently recorded his debut solo album Vín, which explores new sound-worlds within the realm of experimental minimal techno.
Returning to Dublin to play one of the freshest venues in the city, Janus Rasmussen will surely put on an incredible show on the LoSt LaNe stage.
Hidden Agenda and St. Patrick’s Festival are proud to present the fantastic Jessy Lanza to LoSt LaNe!
The Canadian Producer/Singer/Songwriter has crafted a new and vibrant pop aesthetic that is both universal, energetic, yet personal and introspective. The material exists on a distinct polarity of big and small, global and local, populist and personal; and clarifies a modern and crucial voice in pop music.
One of Hyperdub records’ champions, Lanza plays a deeply atmospheric, cool and intimate live show, the kind of show that remains unforgettable for a long time after.