Curtis Lowe – Lost in You Song Review

Today we are featuring another promising electronic music artist, CURTIS LOWE, from Los Angeles, the USA. We have reviewed his exceptional song, LOST IN YOU, along with its character, style, story, potential, and more.

Curtis Lowe is a promising producer, an electronic music artist I discovered a few days ago through Submithub submissions with this fantastic song, Lost in You, released as a single in 2020. For those who haven’t heard about the artist before, Curtis Lowe is a Los Angeles-based electronic producer, officially making releases since 2019. The artist has started his career with a single called; Breaking Me (2019), and released five more singles, Automatic (2019), Sad Bangers Vol. 1 (2019), Wife You (Curtis Lowe Remix) (2020), Hearts Were Meant to Break (2020), and Lost in You (2020). Now, please give the song a listen while reading the rest of the article.

Curtis Lowe surely is a very talented songwriter and producer, who is showing potential with his taste, ideas, energy, decisions, and understanding of music, especially here on this song, Lost in You. This was the first time I heard about Curtis Lowe and his music. Honestly, I used to listen to easy listening and moody music like this when I was younger. His music’s overall taste and feeling took me back to those days and reminded me of some artists/DJs that I love, such as Morgan Page, Tiesto, and Swedish House Mafia…

First of all, I’d like to say that I am super impressed by his decisions in Lost in You. I read about him a little before writing my article; he says that he had this song unfinished for some time, and finally had the chance to work and finish it during the quarantine period. I can easily say that working with a vocalist such as Erika Sirola (Robin Schulz – Speechless) was one of the most crucial decisions he made. I have never heard of Erika Sirola before, and right now, she is one of the most impressive female vocalists in the world for me. Her performance here on this song is truly phenomenal. At the same time, Curtis Lowe is one of those songwriters who have the ability to produce, mix and (probably) master music. This is what I respect the most about people like Curtis Lowe. Knowing what you want is based on knowledge and experience. In this case, I am sure he knew what he was expecting from the song, so he took his time and left it unfinished for a long time. Secondly, producing and mixing your own music is just another level in the songwriting world. He had full control over the song from the beginning, so the outcome is fantastic. This was why I wanted to mention his potential and connected it directly to his understanding of music at the beginning of the article.


Technically, Lost in You has top-class standards as its musicality. Curtis Lowe is an expert in producing music, so there’s absolutely nothing negative to say about this song’s technical side. There are tons of DJs and music producers out there like him making and producing their own music. Yet, the way he mixed Erika’s vocals blew my mind. I liked the song as a whole, yet Erika’s part for me was what actually made a big difference, separated Curtis Lowe’s music from the rest of the world.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I am very impressed by CURTIS LOWE. Lost in You is a unique song that doesn’t have an expiration date for me. I want to congratulate Curtis Lowe and Erika Sirola for their sensational work here and would love to hear more music from these two in the future!

“Lost in You” is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for those who love easy listening, moody, and atmospheric electronic music!

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Curtis Lowe – Lost in You Song Review | Metalhead Community | Heavy Metal Blog | Metal Music Magazine

In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates CURTIS LOWE for his inspiring job in LOST IN YOU and wishes him the very best in his future career. Thank you for reading.

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