It’s always refreshing when a successful trance artist emerges from one of the most unique and unexpected of places. Louis Tan, also known as LTN, was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, and is living proof that good music can stem from any part of the world. His singles ‘Let Me Go’, ‘Daylight’, ‘City of Lights’, and ’A Path To Nowhere’ are just a few tracks that have landed him in the Beatport Trance Top 100, and he has performed alongside artists like Armin Van Buuren, Above and Beyond, Alexander Popov, Myon and Shane54, Andy Moor, ATB, and so on. 

At the age of 15, LTN discovered his talents in dance music after being influenced by iconic trance artists such as Above & Beyond, Myon and Shane54, and Markus Schultz. After acquiring his first DJ set in 1996, he discovered a natural ability to create smooth trance beats with euphoric melodies and unique bass lines. His passion and drive gained recognition in the industry after he was named Breakthrough DJ/Producer by Dash Berlin in 2012, and through his innovative approach to trance and progressive house music, he’s become a regular at clubs throughout South Asia and Australia.

LTN has signed tracks with record labels around the world, including Armada Music, Enhanced Records, Ride, Silk Music and his own Blade Records. With the release of his compilation “Arrival 02: Destination Indonesia” and the announcement that he is a part of the Future Music Festival line-up in Asia, with headliners like Avicii, Afrojack and Markus Schultz, it’s clear that LTN was meant to thrive in the EDM game–and he’s just getting started.