It’s only a matter of weeks now until the People of Tomorrow will be gathering again, uniting at the first edition of Tomorrowland Around the World, the digital festival.
Belgian DJ and producer Lost Frequencies – the most played Belgian artist in the world – is already counting down the days and is hosting this week’s Tomorrowland Friendship Mix on One World Radio.
The young Belgian prodigy is taking the listeners on a one-hour musical journey across the globe, playing a lot of new music with two unreleased tracks and some of his favorite tracks from artists around the world, including Major Lazer, Ellie Goulding, Martin Solveig, Jax Jones and Avicii.
Lost Frequencies talks about his uniquely curated one-hour guest mix for One World Radio:
“There is a lot of new stuff in my Tomorrowland Friendship Mix. One of the new tracks is an unreleased track from my own label Found Frequencies, ‘Toxic Love’. It’s by a young Belgian producer and it’s a really upbeat track, full of good vibes.
The other premiere is the deluxe edit of my last single ‘Love To Go’, and it’s not released yet. I made it together with Zonderling and it’s actually the first time I did a deluxe edit with someone. The track has become a mix between my own style and their sound – a really big track with a fat drop – and I’m looking forward to playing this at festivals again.”
The Belgian superstar also takes a moment to reminisce about Avicii by including a track from his early days:
“‘A New Hope’ is one of my favorite tracks from Avicii, a very powerful and melodic sound, and one of the songs that made me go into electro house. He was still an upcoming talent back then, but you could already really feel his strong production skills.”
The Tomorrowland Friendship Mix by Lost Frequencies has debuted exclusively on One World Radio on Thursday June 11 at 20:00 CEST and is now available on multiple platforms: online, on the One World Radio app, YouTube, SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Deezer and TuneIn.
Listen to the Tomorrowland Friendship Mix by Lost Frequencies below.