UK based DJ and producer Lucas O'Brien has been rounding up dancefloors and rocking them in the right direction since he started playing acid house and techno in the early nineties at renowned London clubs such as The End, Heaven, Club UK and Fabric.
His trance-infused psychedelic techno music was found to crossover with the sounds being played in Goa in the early 90s and it was this that led him to an opportunity to play at some of the early, now legendary, TIP parties.
Lucas' vast experience has found him performing an array of different styles of music at many world famous institutions such as the V & A museum, the panoramic top floor of the Tate Museum of Modern Art and to a star-studded dancefloor opposite the diplodocus at the Natural History museum for the Harry Potter 3 premiere after-party.
Today, with three highly acclaimed chart-topping albums ‘God Save The Machine’, ‘Tales Of Heads’ and his most recent album ‘Confessions of a SuperModule’ - under his new artist alias ‘SuperModule’ - Lucas is recognised as one of the world’s leading psytrance DJs representing Raja Ram's label TIP Records globally with his unique driving UK psychedelic sound.
Lucas has performed in over 45 different countries and shows no signs of slowing with his touring this year stretching as far afield as Europe, Russia, US, South America, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australia. The same can be said for his studio productions with several exciting collaborations in the pipeline, including his new project ‘Mandelbrot’ with Celli Earthling, already tearing up dance floors and booked for several high profile live performances next year, including the main stage at Ozora Festival.
Going back to his roots, Lucas has been working on a techno project with guru Ben Coda with releases scheduled for 2019.
Known for setting dance floors alight with his diverse quality sounds and masterful mixing, he has become a firm favourite at prominent clubs and festivals worldwide.