Being a vital piece to the enacting of the new French DJ generation, Arno Cost has become a well-renowned DJ and producer thanks to his vibrant releases. Following the long-awaited release of The Days To Come in mid April, also starring Arias and Michael Feiner, we’ve become quite familiar to his smash-limited outlet and his vast discography, crammed with peak-timers. As May’s highly supported Lise instalment on Sebastian Ingrosso’s Refune Records is still doing its share of rounds on the dancefloors as well as getting championed by no others than Pete Tong, David Guetta and many more, one can most certainly establish Cost as one of a kind. Despite his quite commercial signature sound, the Frenchman has indicated proof of a certain uniqueness and innovativeness, hard to equal. On the heels of his last remix on Martin Solveig’s Ready 2 Go single comes a new take on Moby’s Lie Down In Darkness. Mainly consisting of a sweeping synth hook, this new offering of Cost brings forth his stirring sound from back in the day, featuring releases like Magenta, Cyan and Darling Harbour among others. Set for release on July 18th via Little Idiot, have a listen!