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\"LOST STORIES\" LIVE @ CHINA HOUSE LOUNGE

 

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Life for Prayag Mehta and Rishab Joshi [Lost Stories] has been on the constant upswing ever since their first phenomenal record, False Promises was picked up by one of the world's leading independent Record Label, Black Hole Recordings, owned by none other than DJ Tiesto. They are the first Indians to have this coveted title on their mantles and these studio-at-home geniuses from Mumbai have been belting out remixes and releases in the last six months that have monstrous written all over them.

It was mid...
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008 when the Lost Stories as they call themselves were formed, and after a few individual releases on India’s popular Record Label Brutal by Birth, it was finally time for the big stage. False Promises hit the trance scene and seismic waves were felt everywhere. India had arrived after Armin van Buuren decided to play False Promises within 3 days of its release on A State of Trance as Tune of The Week.

And if that’s enough evidence that these two are of top trance-pedigree, and Armin’s not the only top-bracket-man who’s swooning over these two. Tiesto, Markus Schulz, Ferry Corsten, Above and Beyond, Andy Moor, The Thrillseekers, Mr Sam, M.I.K.E and many more have supported these two and their tunes have been played on radio shows and clubs all around by them.

After spending a week in top five and a day on the number one spot on the Black Hole charts along with appearances on the Beatport and Audiojelly Top 20s—Lost Stories are rapidly turning into every progressive trancer’s remix-wish list.

Their soundscape is every bit the fresh, the dark and the eclectic. With immense melodies and groovy basslines reflecting in their brand new releases, their demand is surging and the duo is pulsing with confidence, pushing the limits of their musical abilities into infinity.

The future of Indian trance lays in the safe hands. The future’s bright. The future’s Lost.

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