Lost Stories (DJs)

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Lost Stories
Origin India
Genres Progressive House, Electro House, Big Beat
Occupation(s)
  • DJs, Producers, Musicians
Labels UMG, Spinnin' Records, SOURCE, Black Hole Recordings, Spinnin' Copyright Free Music
Website www.loststories.in
Members Prayag Mehta
Rishab Joshi

Lost Stories is an Indian DJ/Producer duo composed of Prayag Mehta and Rishab Joshi. They are widely known for their official remixes for Alan Walker's "Faded" and OneRepublic's "Wherever I Go" with prior releases on Tiësto's own record label Black Hole Recordings under the names "All Good Things", "False Promises", "The Purple Cow" and with official remixes to Elsa Hill's "Stay In My Dream" and Afrojack featuring Spree Wilson's "The Spark".

Career[edit]

"India", Lost Stories's still-to-be-released single on Spinnin' Records is a collaboration with DJ/Producers JETFIRE and Carta .

Lost Stories and Armaan Malik's cover of Justin Bieber "Sorry" crossed over a million views on YouTube .[1] They have performed at the Tomorrowland Music Festival ( Belgium ), Mysteryland ( Netherlands ),[2] Marenostrum Music Festival ( Spain ) , Sunburn Music Festival ( India ), Supersonic ( India ) and many other music festivals across the world. They were ranked #52 on DJ Mag Top 100 polls in 2016.[3]

Releases[edit]

Their debut studio album, "Music For The # Generation" released on 23 August 2013.[4] Their album launch tour began on 23 August at the Hard Rock Café Mumbai, and they’ve gone to Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore since then.[5] Their remix of the track Afrojack featuring Spree Wilson - "The Spark" was featured in the official music video of the single.[6] On April 26, 2016, they released a remix of the song "Carnival of Rust" by Poets of the Fall. On August 6, 2016, they released an Indian/Tropical themed remix of Alan Walker's "Faded".[7] Lost Stories released an official remix of "Wherever I go" by OneRepublic on 23 September 2016. On April 22, 2017, they released a remix of another Alan Walker track, "Alone". On August 25, they released their first single named "Paradise" on Spinnin' Copyright Free Music. Three days later, they released another track on SOURCE Recordings, a sub-label of Spinnin' Records, "Spread The Fire", featuring vocals from American singer Marc Wulf.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Armaan Malik (2016-07-18), Sorry - Armaan Malik x Lost Stories (Cover) | Justin Bieber, retrieved 2016-12-14
  2. ^ Mysteryland. "Mysteryland | Line-up 2016 | Lost Stories". Mysteryland (in Dutch). Retrieved 2016-12-14.
  3. ^ "Poll 2016: Lost Stories". DJMag.com. Retrieved 2016-12-14.
  4. ^ "Time Out chats with Rishab Joshi, one half of the progressive house duo, Lost Stories". Time Out Delhi. Retrieved August 16, 2013.
  5. ^ "Lost Stories Album Launch Tour". VH1. Retrieved August 8, 2013.
  6. ^ "Lost Stories' Remix of Afrojack's Single Gets Its Own Music Video! - Festival Sherpa | Online Guide to Festivals". Festival Sherpa | Online Guide to Festivals. 2014-01-22. Retrieved 2016-12-14.
  7. ^ "Alan Walker - Faded (Lost Stories Remix)". Retrieved August 11, 2016.

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