When rock snobs snipe at DJs, they often point to the turntablists' lack of classical training. "Without working knowledge of chords, scale and theory, how can you call yourself a musician?" scoff the bar-band-backing bullies. Lucien Foort derails that argument, thanks to the orchestral training that's readily available to schoolchildren in countries such as Holland, his homeland. He spent eight years in music school, then padded that stat with five years of sax lessons. Foort now embraces bass instead of brass, shaking clubs from Rotterdam to Australia to Sheffield with his hook-happy house beats.