- How did it all start for you?
- For me everything started at a very young age when I started to listen to electronic music, mainly Psy-Trance and Progressive, only a little later I started to listen to Techno, House, Deep House. Since then I started to have interest to make my own sound and also my set’s.
- Who is your biggest inspiration? / Who do you have a lot of respect for?
- My great inspiration since I joined the world of music were some artists, Stephan Bodzin, Dubfire, Oliver Huntemann, Carl Cox, John Digweed, Nina Kraviz, Richie Hawtin, Ben Klock, Tale Of Us, Maceo Plex, Solomun, Pan-Pot, Boris Brejcha, Noir, Nicole Moudaber, Gesaffelstein, Adam Beyer, Guy Gerber and many others…
- What single night out has been the most memorable for you? As a DJ? As an attendee?
- The night I had the most memorable of the was at the festival NEOPOP Electronic Music Festival 2016, in which I enjoyed listening to many well known artists such as Carl Cox, John Digweed, Richie Hawtin, Nina Kraviz, Pan-Pot and many others artists.
- What is one mistake you see a lot of up and coming DJs making? / What advice would you give to aspiring DJs?
- Some mistakes that I sometimes see is that many do not prepare their set well, as many choose songs that do not fit well with each other and sometimes their mixes are not successful. In my opinion i not say that they are should be the best because we are always throughout life to learn, but can always do better.
- What is it that you love about the scene? Your subgenre’s scene?
- I always like music with melody and with a good beat more turned to Techno and Progressive House although I really like other types of genres. In this set I even looked for a mixture of both genres with good artists currently in my opinion, as well as great labels as is the case with Lauter Unfug.
- (Perhaps a little bit deeper of a question) What is your opinion regarding the difference between old school DJing where everything was restricted to vinyl and modern DJing where most tracks are never put on any physical medium before or after release?
- I really like vinyl. I am sure that it will never end, now in relation to the fact that we have other types of agreement because we can not always be restricted to vinyl and also access to music sales has been greatly improved through various sales platforms such as Beatport , Traxsource among others. This improved enough sales and so much was good for the artists as for the publishers. With regard to people, it has made it easier to find music and easier access buy music.
- What is one track that never gets old for you no matter how many times you hear it?
- Being old does not mean it’s not current because a great song will never forget will always be present in our day and we will not be too tired to hear it at any time.
01 – GC System – The Shadows of Flowers (Alex Heide Full Rework) [Lauter Unfug]
02 – Chris Veron – Race Beyond (Rafael Cerato Remix) [Lauter Unfug]
03 – D-Formation – Bandu (Highjacks & Chaum Remix) [Midnight Lab]
04 – Ewan Rill – Chilled (Vakabular Remix) [OLD SQL Recordings]
05 – Montw – Midnight Vibes (Original Mix) [BC 2 Records]
06 – Waal – Africa (Smili Rework) [Lauter Unfug]
07 – Parovoy – Sint (Original Mix)[Capital Heaven]
08 – Realm Of Chaos – Tempus Fugit (Original Mix) [Uxoa Dutxa Elite]
09 – Lily Pita – Sequence (Starkato Remix) [Lauter Unfug]
10 – SES – Inside MySelf (Original Mix) [Trippy Code]