Newcomer Low Lite makes debut on Gramatik’s Lowtemp with ‘Feelin’ Lost’

Newcoming composer, producer, and saxophonist Lorenzo Gordon, better known as Low Lite, has certainly been around every corner of glitch, future funk, and jam-forward music. With an EP release on Gravitas, as well as a feature on Haywyre’s Panorama: Discover remix album, the 19-year-old has certainly been one-to-spot in the electronic music scene. Now marks the promising young producer’s debut on Gramatik‘s Lowtemp label with new single “Feelin’ Lost,” featuring vocalists Yazmin and Stephen Maxwell.

“The medium of electronic music is so incredible to me, as a creator and as a musician” explains Low Lite. Technology has given us an understanding of the world around us and the most powerful means of which we have ever had for harnessing sound. To combine those things, in an artistic sense, is really special.”

Citing Gramatik as the inspiration behind beginning to make electronic music at age 12, the release of “Feelin’ Lost” on Gramatik’s renowned imprint represents a truly full-circle moment. A song years in the making, “Feelin’ Lost” is a coming of age story pieced together as the artist navigated his teen years. Featuring vocalist Yazmin and guitarist Stephen Maxwell, “Feelin’ Lost” is a genre conglomerate blending elements of contemporary pop, electronic music, and blues.

Hailing from Los Angeles, Low Lite has worked with artists including Haywyre, ProbCause, Balkan Bump, and Grammy Nominated Engineer Daddy Kev, as well as performed live at Dancefestopia, and venues including New York’s Output and Cervantes in Denver.