How did you get into the industry?
The is a door labelled ‘The Music Industry’ in Margate, just knock the theme tune to Last of the Summer Wine and you are in! Helps to have some good tunes with you too.
We always love to hear those kinds of stories. How do you maintain the classic elements of your style with the ever changing demands of electronic dance music?
I guess i try not to consider the ever changing demands of the scene, I just try to keep up with the ever changing demands of my own brain, which makes the process more natural. I try to better myself rather than better everyone else.
What is your favorite part of touring?
The shows and the fans and the music!
Is there a specific show that has stood out to you and why?
I honestly love all the flavours. Even if it was just a room with one person in it, if I can make that person dance, I feel a buzz.
Can you give us a sneak peek at what new releases you have coming out this year and what we can expect to see from You?
Writing Tesla reopened all of my brain doors (see Mighty Boosh) and now I’M fully in the dance floor flow, so I guess expect more bangers than feelers this year. But sometimes bangers make you feels stuff too.
EDM has been changing rapidly over the past few years. What are your thoughts on the massive explosion in popularity and where do you see the scene going in the future?
As long as electronic composers are pushing boundaries, it’s a world im proud to be a part of.
What advice do you have for any up & coming DJs and producers if they want to be successful and lastly, do you have anything you want to say to your fans?
well to my fans it’s an honest and from the heart thank you, thank you for being there every step of the way and keeping me on my toes. To any new producers, be prepared to work, be prepared for no one to like your music, be prepared to be lost, but most importantly be prepared to give it your all despite everything and you can’t go wrong.