In the hot Australian summer of 1991, the eleven-year-old Michael Callander went missing somewhere between the beach and the bush along Victorias Western Surf Coast. Tired and alone, as the boy searched through sand and scrub for familiar faces, he fell into a panic. His immediate concern was that he might never see his parents again. However, upon review of this realisation, he soon felt some kind of inexplicable elation, an abnormal euphoria and an incredible sense of freedom.It was the most anxious and exciting six minutes and six seconds of his childhood. Lifes possibilities became endless. Michaels heightened sense of emotion became overwhelming and addictive. Eighteen years later, during another bout of temporary elation, euphoria, freedom and panic this time brought on by too many hours in the nightclubs the 29-year-old Mike Callander attempted to document this omnipresent sensation. The title is Lost. The genre is Mikes attempt at 1991-style outdoor techno. The remix is by Craig McWhinney. The review is up to you.