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Crosstown Rebels' Get Lost Lineup: Art Department, Jamie Jones, Lee Foss, and Others

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If there was one 2010 WMC party that left peeps buzzing for the rest of the year, it was Crosstown Rebels' now-legendary fifth installment of Get Lost at the Electric Pickle.

Maybe it was the vibrant, sunny setting of the Pickle's patio. Or the casual blend of international star DJs and fans all bouncing together shoulder to shoulder.

But really what made the party so special was the sheer concentration of talent, full of 2010 breakout stars like Art Department, Lee Foss, Soul Clap, and Dyed Soundorom.

And this year's Get Lost once again promises to be nothing short of spectacular, with easily the best lineup of underground house and techno stars from across the Atlantic.

Crosstown Rebels' 2011 Get Lost Lineup

-Art Department (live)

-Clive Henry

-Dan Ghenacia

-Damian Lazarus

-Deniz Kurtel (live)

-Craig Richards

-Droog

-Dyed Soundorom

-Guti & Dubshape

-Jamie Jones

-Jozif

-Konrad Black

-Lee Foss

-Maceo Plex (live)

-Matt Tolfrey

-Mr. C

-Richy Ahmed

-Robert James

-Russ Yallop

-Solomun

-Soul Clap

-Subb-an (live)

Crosstown Rebels Present Get Lost. Saturday, March 26. Doors open at 7 a.m. Electric Pickle, 2826 N. Miami Ave., Miami. $30 in advance from residentadvisor.net. Age 21 and up; 305-456-5613; electricpicklemiami.com

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