Samm Releases Remix of ‘Head Down’ by Lost Frequencies & Bastille

Belgium, known for its chocolate, waffles, and now, for fostering some of the hottest talents in electronic music. Samm, a Belgian producer on the brink of stardom, has just inked a deal with One World Artists, Tomorrowland’s management and booking agency. But that’s not all—today marks the release of his official remix of ‘Head Down’ by Lost Frequencies & Bastille, signaling his ascent to the EDM scene.

Samm’s journey to prominence is paved with infectious beats, seamless transitions, and deep, melodic vibes. His original productions have already captured the attention of industry heavyweights like Solomun, who dubbed his track ‘Does It Matter’ as a contender for track of the year. Blending elements of afro-house with mesmerizing melodic strains, Samm has garnered support from the likes of Adriatique, CamelPhat, Keinemusik, and Themba, among others.

Beyond his prowess behind the decks, Samm’s vision extends to the establishment of Magnifik, a collaborative venture with fellow music enthusiast Ajna. This record label and community platform exemplify his commitment to fostering creativity and nurturing emerging talent within the electronic music landscape.

Looking ahead, Samm’s itinerary is brimming with noteworthy engagements:

  • Summer sees him gracing the Keinemusik stage at Tomorrowland’s Crystal Garden.
  • September marks his debut at Pacha Ibiza, where he joins CamelPhat‘s revered residency on Tuesday nights.
  • May brings the launch of his own ‘Magnifik’ stage at Extrema Outdoor, featuring performances by Amémé, Sona, Avangart Tabldot, and others.