Lost Frequencies: Continuing The Journey

Lost Frequencies has grown his project into one of the biggest and most demanded in the dance music industry.

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You simply cannot deny the fact that Lost Frequencies has grown into one of the major players with dance music, particularly in the deeper House sounds. With this, he has been able to produce single after single, grow his reputation as a producer, begin to showcase his own headlining shows at festivals or clubs, and ultimately grow the Lost Frequencies brand. With the release of his new album ‘Less Is More‘, when ADE was on, we caught up with Felix to chat about his new album amongst a number of other things.

The artist held a listening session for his album ‘Less Is More‘ on the day of release at the Armada Press HQ, which was when Felix took the time to speak to us. “I just had my listening session with some press, and it’s gone really well from my side.” And this led straight into the topic of his album ‘Less Is More’, where the album had achieved platinum certification before it was even released in Belgium. “Yeah it’s crazy that it was platinum before the album was even released completely with pre-sales, and I am really happy with the support in Belgium. Hopefully it’s going to be like this in the rest of the world and how the album grows over the course of the year.

Which took us to the Lost Frequencies project itself. He first burst onto the scene with the mighty ‘Are You With Me’, before smashing it with ‘Reality’ and’ Beautiful Life’. The journey so far for this artist has been pretty unbelievable with the level of support gained. “The Lost Frequencies project started so well, it’s hard to imagine how hard it is for guys that are starting up slowly and building themselves up. Now I’m hear, I don’t think I would change it, I have to continue to do this and keep the hype up with singles and the albums, and if it doesn’t work, then I’m happy with what I have achieved so far.

And also mentioned was the fact that Lost Frequencies has been doing his own events, with ADE playing host to his Lost Frequencies & Friends party, where a whole host of names was included on the line up. So Felix spoke about how he chose the line up, and those that featured on his party schedule.

I try to have some young talents who are coming up with some cool stuff, like I have Throttle performing, who’s from Australia. But I also have The Magician coming for the line up as well from Belgium, I know him and I love what the guy is doing with his sets and his music, but he would nearly be like a resident of the Lost Frequencies & Friends events.

Now when you speak to an artist who has just released an album, you would think pitching a question as to when the next one could be expected, you would think you would get told to clear off. However that wasn’t the case with Lost Frequencies, as he revealed the news of a new project which is set to come as the ‘Less Is More’ Deluxe Edition. “I have a Deluxe edition of the album going up, every track I am making a remix with a club or festival version, a little bit harder and it’s going to be the deluxe. The album is for the younger and older crowd, but the deluxe is more electronic based, more for the broader fan base, but I’m focusing on the album itself for now“.

And again, we got into the topic of Amsterdam Dance Event, because it’s hard to stress how important this event is for the dance music world. Lost Frequencies talked how he found his experience this year, and how busy it is. “Last year was my first time at ADE and I didn’t do a lot actually. I was just working around and seeing what was on. This year it’s been a lot more serious, I have two panels, a lot of meetings but I really like how ADE is all about opportunities, meeting new people and doing what you want.

To round off the interview with Lost Frequencies, on a final note he spoke about the upcoming talents which he wants you to keep an eye out for. “Like I said, Throttle is really coming over but the guys which I reckon are growing very fast are Zonderling, with their new remix of ‘Zonderling’ and also their remix of ‘Domino’. They also have a remix of ‘What Is Love 2016’, my own track so just keep a look out for them.” And that was a wrap. This is a young talent who is one you should also look out for, he’s going places over the next few years.

You can download Lost Frequencies new album ‘Less Is More’ here.

For more information on Lost Frequencies:
https://www.facebook.com/LostFrequenciesMusic
https://twitter.com/LFrequencies
https://soundcloud.com/lo-freq-1
http://lostfrequencies.com/

Lost Frequencies.

You simply cannot deny the fact that Lost Frequencies has grown into one of the major players with dance music, particularly in the deeper House sounds. With this, he has been able to produce single after single, grow his reputation as a producer, begin to showcase his own headlining shows at festivals or clubs, and ultimately grow the Lost Frequencies brand. With the release of his new album ‘Less Is More‘, when ADE was on, we caught up with Felix to chat about his new album amongst a number of other things.

The artist held a listening session for his album ‘Less Is More‘ on the day of release at the Armada Press HQ, which was when Felix took the time to speak to us. “I just had my listening session with some press, and it’s gone really well from my side.” And this led straight into the topic of his album ‘Less Is More’, where the album had achieved platinum certification before it was even released in Belgium. “Yeah it’s crazy that it was platinum before the album was even released completely with pre-sales, and I am really happy with the support in Belgium. Hopefully it’s going to be like this in the rest of the world and how the album grows over the course of the year.

Lost Frequencies.

Which took us to the Lost Frequencies project itself. He first burst onto the scene with the mighty ‘Are You With Me’, before smashing it with ‘Reality’ and’ Beautiful Life’. The journey so far for this artist has been pretty unbelievable with the level of support gained. “The Lost Frequencies project started so well, it’s hard to imagine how hard it is for guys that are starting up slowly and building themselves up. Now I’m hear, I don’t think I would change it, I have to continue to do this and keep the hype up with singles and the albums, and if it doesn’t work, then I’m happy with what I have achieved so far.

And also mentioned was the fact that Lost Frequencies has been doing his own events, with ADE playing host to his Lost Frequencies & Friends party, where a whole host of names was included on the line up. So Felix spoke about how he chose the line up, and those that featured on his party schedule.

I try to have some young talents who are coming up with some cool stuff, like I have Throttle performing, who’s from Australia. But I also have The Magician coming for the line up as well from Belgium, I know him and I love what the guy is doing with his sets and his music, but he would nearly be like a resident of the Lost Frequencies & Friends events.

Lost Frequencies.

Now when you speak to an artist who has just released an album, you would think pitching a question as to when the next one could be expected, you would think you would get told to clear off. However that wasn’t the case with Lost Frequencies, as he revealed the news of a new project which is set to come as the ‘Less Is More’ Deluxe Edition. “I have a Deluxe edition of the album going up, every track I am making a remix with a club or festival version, a little bit harder and it’s going to be the deluxe. The album is for the younger and older crowd, but the deluxe is more electronic based, more for the broader fan base, but I’m focusing on the album itself for now“.

Lost Frequencies.

And again, we got into the topic of Amsterdam Dance Event, because it’s hard to stress how important this event is for the dance music world. Lost Frequencies talked how he found his experience this year, and how busy it is. “Last year was my first time at ADE and I didn’t do a lot actually. I was just working around and seeing what was on. This year it’s been a lot more serious, I have two panels, a lot of meetings but I really like how ADE is all about opportunities, meeting new people and doing what you want.

To round off the interview with Lost Frequencies, on a final note he spoke about the upcoming talents which he wants you to keep an eye out for. “Like I said, Throttle is really coming over but the guys which I reckon are growing very fast are Zonderling, with their new remix of ‘Zonderling’ and also their remix of ‘Domino’. They also have a remix of ‘What Is Love 2016’, my own track so just keep a look out for them.” And that was a wrap. This is a young talent who is one you should also look out for, he’s going places over the next few years.

For more information on Lost Frequencies:
https://www.facebook.com/LostFrequenciesMusic
https://twitter.com/LFrequencies
https://soundcloud.com/lo-freq-1
http://lostfrequencies.com/

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