We’re in for a very early summer this year with the second edition of Lost & Found’s We Are Lost Festival taking place on the 18th of May. The way Guy J’s brand is evolving is magnificent to see and he’s taking his assembly of like minded artists with to create something special. After a very successful edition last year in Amsterdam they decided that this should happen again for everyone to enjoy! This time with a different set of artists.
The label sound is very specific and has this constant feel we recognize in the selected artists. For this edition Guy J invites some of the newcomers in the scene like 1979 and rising label star Kasper Koman. Balance is important in everything we do and that’s how this line up is shaped with label regulars Eli Nissan, Guy Mantzur and Henry Saiz weighing in against the less regular German super duo Super Flu. This promises to be one of the highlights in the Lost & Found diary…
Guy J : “ The line up for one of the stages on We Are Lost Festival is collection of producers and I respect a lot their work , with these names we can give the crowd some of the best in electronic music that represent the vision of the label.”
Henry Saiz : “I’ve been friends with Guy for a decade already and I just love him and what he does, playing this party last year was one of my personal highlights. When you mix amazing music in a beautiful place for one of the best crowds in the world you just can’t go wrong. It’s gonna be a memorable party!”
Eli Nissan : “I’m so happy to be part of this wonderful young festival of my favorite label Lost & Found. Looking forward to see you all with us at We Are Lost Festival 2019. Can’t wait..”
Kasper Koman : “Very excited to be joining the We Are Lost line-up at one of my own favourite venues in The Netherlands. Will be counting down the days.”
We Are Lost 2018 has had an amazing reaction from all over the world, looking forward this can only get better! The location Thuishaven is one of Amsterdam’s most in demand venues and there’s no question why… The decor, variety and urban feel all add to the festival experience. We highly recommend you see this one for yourself!