Belgium’s latest electronic music export, Lost Frequencies (aka Felix De Laet), returns to Egg LDN for a Friday night session of big room house and high powered melodies for another extended set at the club.
Taking his unmistakable sound worldwide, De Laet is no one-trick pony. Debuting his album ‘Less is More’ on prolific Dutch label Armada, the creations of Lost Frequencies catapulted worldwide with tracks like ‘Reality’ and ‘Beautiful Life’ earning gold, platinum and double platinum around the globe. Having collaborated with egg London Friday favourite Netsky while remixing dance music heavyweights such as Major Lazor, MØ and Diplo, the young Belgian has added accolades including ‘Best Breakthrough Artist’ at the Red Bull Elektropedia Awards and ‘Dance Act Of The Year’ at 2017’s Music Industry Awards to his already packed repertoire.
From hosting his own arena at Antwerp’s colossal Tomorrowland festival to crafting a ‘Lost Frequencies & Friends’ stage over the last two years at ADE, De Laet knows how to curate an atmosphere on par with his own sound, pushing his creative capability to the limits. Ascending to a meteoric rise at his own accord, the 22-year-old still remains humble as ever before touching down in London for a boundless show held in Egg LDN’s cavernous Main Room.