Crosstown Rebels Announces Get Lost Miami 2014 Lineup: Sasha, Carl Craig, 31 Others

"Special music must be made by special people."

That's how label head Damian Lazarus explained the nature of a Crosstown Rebel for Crossfade a couple of years ago. And proving the true character of his crew hasn't changed, Lazarus just announced the 2014 lineup for his annual Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week party, Get Lost.

As usual, it's loaded with special people making special music, including Welsh house legend Sasha, Detroit techno stalwart Carl Craig, afterhours beast DJ Harvey, electro-house experimentalist Tiga, and the visionary Ellen Allien.

Check the cut for Crosstown Rebels' full Get Lost Miami 2014 lineup.

See also: Damian Lazarus' Five Essential Tracks From Ten Years of Crosstown Rebels

Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost Miami 2014 Lineup

-Aidan Lavelle


-Bill Patrick

-Bob Moses (live)

-Carl Craig

-Craig Richards

-Damian Lazarus

-Dave Pezzner

-Davide Squillace

-DJ Harvey

-DJ Three


-Ellen Allien

-Francesca Lombardo

-Fur Coat


-Ida Engberg

-Infinity Ink (live)

-Kevin Saunderson

-Konrad Black


-Pete Tong


-Rachel Lyn

-Rob James vs Mark Jenkyns

-Russ Yallop



-Subb An (live)

-Shaun Reeves


-The Martinez Brothers


-Special Guests

Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost Miami 2014. Saturday, March 29. Ice Palace West, 71 NW 14th St., Miami. The party starts at 5 a.m. on Saturday and ends at 5 a.m. on Sunday. Tickets cost $70 plus fees via residentadvisor.net. Ages 21 and up. Visit crosstownrebels.com.

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