LOST IN TRANSITION. The future of dance music is safe and sound, thanks to the likes of Lost Frequencies
When discussing Felix De Laet, or the DJ better known as Lost Frequencies, you cannot not simply talk about his young age. He was born in 1993, which makes him only 23, but he has already produced a multi-platinum track. Entitled “Are You With Me,” the song has also reached the number one spot on multiple music charts. It should also be noted that the song came out in 2014, which means he was only 21 when it happened.
Today, he already has a full-length album, “Less is More,” and another platinum-certified hit, “Reality,” under his belt. DA MAN talked to him over the phone just a few hours before he was about to fly to Singapore and then Jakarta, where he will perform at the 2016 Djakarta Warehouse Project (DWP).
DA MAN: You’ll be performing on the second day of DWP this Saturday (December 10). What have you heard about the festival?
Lost Frequencies: I’ve already been to Jakarta two times in the last two years, and every time I’m there I have a lot of fun, so I’m really excited to come back to Jakarta. And this time, it’s going to be my first festival because I [performed at] clubs before, so to do a festival I think it’s going to be awesome!
DA MAN: What can the crowd expect from you?
Lost Frequencies: I’m going to play a lot of songs from my new album, first of all, and then I’m going to play my singles, and then I’m going to play the stuff that I really like that I arrange especially for my DJ set. So, I think it’s going to be fun!
DA MAN: And what do you hope to see from the crowd?
Lost Frequencies: Hmm, I hope people will know my music (Laughs).