Episode 8: Interview with Lost Frequencies! Felix De Laet better known as by his artistic name Lost Frequencies is a Belgian DJ and music producer. He became famous with his remix of “Are You with Me” by country artist Easton Corbin. The song had originally appeared on Corbin’s 2012 album All Over the Road, but had not been released as a single. Lost Frequencies speeded up the track, used the refrain and released as a new mix on 27 October 2014. The track topped the Ultratop chart on 15 November 2014 also reaching number two in the Belgian Wallonia francophone chart as well. It has also charted in France.
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Episode 18: Interview with Markus Schulz! Over the last 10 years, Markus Schulz has fused the individual musical identities of progressive, house & trance into his own creative, now inimitable hybrid sound. Through a unique alignment of headlining DJ sets, Armada and Coldharbour label output and his highly prominent Global DJ Broadcast radio show, he’s spearheaded a sea change revolution in the US trance scene. This success has been reflected in weekly sets played in front of many tens of thousands, a GDJB listenership up in the millions & one Beatport chart-topper after another.
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Episode 9: Interview with Tydi! Australian DJ, songwriter, and producer tyDi is a conservatory-trained musician whose eclectic trance and house tracks have earned him a globally dominant profile. Born Tyson Illingworth in Mooloolaba, Australia in 1987, tyDi first became drawn to trance and other types of techno in his early teens. Although he played drums while in high school, he eventually procured a set of DJ turntables and by age 16 won first prize at the Brisbane DJ Wars. After high school, tyDi relocated to Brisbane, where he earned his Bachelor of Music Technology from Queensland Conservatorium of Music. While at school, tyDi still found time to perform, building a loyal following with his regular appearances at the Brisbane nightclub The Family. In 2008 he maximized this attention by becoming the youngest artist ever to win the InTheMix Top 50 DJs in Australia contest.
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