australian producer loston creates painfully beautiful reworks.  he has an ability to take the most meaningful pieces from a song by repeating the structure until it causes a true emotion. by skillfully looping chosen lyrics and signatures into a dream-like phase, his remixes provide moments of chill ambience that always build up into a trap infected glorious devastation. in a good way, loston’s work provides an addiction to those original songs you’ve loved, and provides another way to understand the music’s story.

all of loston’s original and remixed work may be kindly downloaded for free at london’s facebook.



[artwork by bubug]


London Grammar – Strong (Loston Rework)

i have a feeling, i have a feeling
deep down
you’re caught in the middle


James Blake – Retrograde (Loston Rework)

you’re on your own
you’re on your own
suddenly i’m hit


Banks – Waiting Game (Loston Rework)

i don’t wanna say your love
i don’t wanna say your love
i don’t wanna say your love


if you like loston’s reworks, you’ll love his originals too.

Loston – Drown


Loston – Next Exit

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