It’s that time of the week! It’s New Music Friday, and that means its time for our favourite EDM releases from the week that just went by.
Picking up where he left off with recent smash song ‘Truth Never Lies’ (feat. Aloe Blacc), Lost Frequencies has whipped up another great, cross-genre single.
After weeks of dominating dancefloors and airwaves worldwide in early summer, Martin Garrix’s landmark collaboration with Macklemore and Patrick Stump ‘Summer Days’ has truly dominated.
Belgian hit machine Lost Frequencies has been chalking up a range of impressive collaborations in the past few years, and his new single on Found Frequencies sees him pick up where he left off.
Ultra Records has just released their annual compilation ULTRA Music Festival 2019 featuring 16 tracks from the biggest artists performing at the festival.
Lost Frequencies is a man of many talents and a musician with a genre-bending scope that artists double his age would envy.
Off the back of his headline U.S. tour and previous Found Frequencies smash hits such as ‘Like I Love You’ with indie darlings The NGHBRS and ‘Crazy’ with Zonderling (the most played track on Dutch radio in 2018), label head Lost Frequencies returns with the irresistible ‘Recognise’ featuring new artist Flynn.
Some of the hottest and the most acclaimed acts in music will be arriving at the Petrovaradin Fortress for the next edition of the EXIT Festival in Novi Sad, Serbia, July 4th to 7th, including The Cure, Greta Van Fleet, Carl Cox, Phil Anselmo, as well Sofi Tukker, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and many others.
Felix De Laet, better known by his moniker Lost Frequencies, has soared to success in the international music industry on many levels. Releasing his global smash hit ‘Are You With Me’ back in 2014 and quickly cementing himself as a name to watch, the track rapidly ascended by hitting multi-platinum status and taking the #1 spot in 18 countries.
It’s official, according to the gfk, Lost Frequencies is the most successful Belgian artist in the German charts! Six singles, two number one hits and a total of 177 weeks in the charts mean that he has overtaken Milow, Kate Ryan, and Technotronic.