Lost Frequencies Talks Becoming Successful DJ at 23, Upcoming Remixes and “The Walking Dead”



DA MAN: Can you tell us about your album “Less is More”?
Lost Frequencies: I made the album with a lot of really cool singers and songwriters and I think the album is really cool, and it sounds like “Lost Frequencies,” even though sometimes I want to try something different. So, if you listen to the album you’re going to recognize tracks with guitar and stuff like that. But then sometimes you’re going to hear tracks in a different style, because I really listen to a lot of different kinds of music and I want to put it in the album. I hope people like it.

DA MAN: How would you describe your music?
Lost Frequencies: Love. (Laughs) I would describe it as music you can listen to before you go to sleep, when you wake up, when you want to go to a party, or during the party. Because you can actually play it anytime anywhere. It’s kind of electronic but still acoustic, so it’s kind of everything.

DA MAN: You’re very young but also very successful. What kind of mindset or attitude does a person have to have to achieve success like you?
Lost Frequencies: I think it’s important to stay true to yourself and do stuff that you really like. At some point you do something you don’t really like just because it’s what’s “hyping,” then you become really big andyou have to assume this kind of music even though it’s not your style, you know what I mean? So, for example, I became really famous for music that is more chill than other DJs. Sometimes, though, as a DJ, I would play really hard, but then I have to stay true to myself and play the music that I like, because it’s important for me to stay true to the music that I want to share with the people, you know?

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