His internship at the Berlin music magazine GROOVE gave him the opportunity to become familiar with the unique sounds of electronic music. Fired up by a new-found enthusiasm, the passionate record collector submerged himself in this new world, mistreating his speakers with heavy basslines and whirring, grinding sounds. Contemporaneously Lukas started spinning Disco, Deep- and Tech-House in clubs like MS Connexion (Mannheim), Tanzhaus West (Frankfurt), Weststadtcafé and Centralstation (Darmstadt) and radio station Radio-X.
After releasing on Pentagonik, collaborating with artists like Ludwig Coenen or Ian Oliver and producing the EP "Ikarus" with his band Jay Woser, he is currently putting together a demo of tunes, whose roots lie in sixteen years of piano lessons and a soft spot for Funk & Soul, extravagant rythmic constructions, and an eternally youthful enthusiasm for crazy off-the-hook synthie sounds. In addition, numerous collaborations are in the works, including projects with Footjob-labelowner Phonk D.