Danny Choi is the L.A. based visionary musician known as Ghost Lost. He creates haunting musical soundscapes you’ll never forget. Super Producer Mark Ronson counts himself as a fan of the hypnotic music of Ghost Lost. One listen and you will too.
Apart from making his own music he has remixed tracks for Two Door Cinema Club (“Handshake” feature on The Dankles), The Neighbourhood (“Let It Go” featured on Pigeons & Planes), Little Daylight (“Overdose“ featured on Indie Shuffle) & Icky Blossoms (“Heat Lightning” featured on The Fader). No surprise that Billboard Magazine recently named one of the remixes of “Seconds” as part of the Coder Crew’s Pick Of The Week. See Billboard Article HERE!
Ghost Loft’s highly anticipated debut album will be out later this year.
“’So High’ is one of those tracks that perfectly fits the title, and it does so without being so blatantly drugged up and trippy that it feels forced, like your friend who just smoked weed for the first time and keeps talking about how high they are. This is more subtle and comfortable in its own skin, euphoric but composed, and it’s another good sign of things to come from Ghost Loft.”
— PIGEONS AND PLANES
Additional Press Quotes:
“After sharing his debut video for “Seconds” last month, LA producer Danny Choi returns to the scene with another amazing tune, titled “So High.” The melodramatic track incorporates late ’90s/early ’00s sound elements paired with ambiant melancholy that leaves the listener waiting for more Ghost Loft material, let alone a debut full-length.”
“Ghost Loft is a BAND YOU MUST KNOW: This track, a modern update of undertones born in early 80s synthpop, is one of a few floating out there at the moment.”
— MUSIC UNDER FIRE
“’So High’ emits such euphoric summer-night vibes that it won’t matter how much coffee you’s gulped down during the day. The L.A. producer has done a handful of remixes but it’s his own compositions that leave an impressive resonance. ‘So High’ offers a dark, misty beauty that straddles both the electronic and dream-pop realms via hypnotic synth riffs and echoing vocals. It’s clear that Ghost Loft’s repertoire is born from a supernatural type of seduction, but it’s a blissful spell we’re under.
“The outpouring of emotion conveyed in this song creates this haunting chamber that plays host to the minimal piano chords and reverb drenched bass line. The panning of the vocals brings movement to the sound as you feel the kinetic energy of the song shift. Serving as an ode to a very important person, it’s relatable lyrics create a familiar environment for every listener to get lost in.”
— GOTTA DANCE DIRTY
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