Thirty-two shows – from Norway and Turkey, to Ibiza, Boom and Werchter – have already passed through this summer, and he has three more to go. But first Felix De Laet, alias Lost Frequencies, stopped in his hometown of Brussels on Wednesday. “I’ve barely been here this summer. Tuesday I saw my family for my father’s birthday. By the way, he likes to drink Duvel,” Felix De Laet says with a wink, as he tosses one into his self-designed glass. Yesterday he presented this glass work of art on top of the roof of the Flagey cultural center in Brussels. “Only 150 meters from my house. Ideal for later, after all those Duveltjes. Although I, to be honest , little drink.” He says it with a smile as the sun sets. Again from a roof, as he served a DJ set a little further two summers ago on the roof of the royal palace. A trend that he simply continues in terms of design. “After designing my merchandise myself, and the shirts I wear during performances, I was now allowed to release my drawings on a glass”, he says – Lost Frequencies thus follows Daan and Arne Quinze, among others.
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