Lukas Hert

Lukas Hert, known as Łukasz Serce is an editor, artist and DJ from Wrocław. Electronic music appeared in his life along with his fascination with the works of Jean Michel Jarre. After going through a period of punk rebellion, it was time for techno. He played his first tracks from cassettes and compact discs. With time, he found love in vinyl. A few years after the vinyl initiation, he joined the Gniezno club DMD – a Mecca for artists and all kinds of crazy people. After 2005, he joined Wrocław's Reaktor collective, thanks to which he played at most local parties and visited all legendary clubs. His travels took him to new places, where he discovered new music and progressed from tekkno and goa-trance to house and techno. In 2011, he suspended his activities. In 2017 he returned and serves his audience a mix of house, tech-house and techno, usually wrapped in a minimally produced new age aesthetic.

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Lukas Hert, known as Łukasz Serce is an editor, artist and DJ from Wrocław. Electronic music appeared in his life along with his fascination with the works of Jean Michel Jarre. After going through a period of punk rebellion, it was time for techno. He played his first tracks from cassettes and compact discs. With time, he found love in vinyl. A few years after the vinyl initiation, he joined the Gniezno club DMD – a Mecca for artists and all kinds of crazy people. After 2005, he joined Wrocław's Reaktor collective, thanks to which he played at most local parties and visited all legendary clubs. His travels took him to new places, where he discovered new music and progressed from tekkno and goa-trance to house and techno. In 2011, he suspended his activities. In 2017 he returned and serves his audience a mix of house, tech-house and techno, usually wrapped in a minimally produced new age aesthetic.

Genres: Elektronische Musik, Trance, Tech House, New Age

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