I listen to music for a young age. At the age of 14 I started collecting vinyl, which I continue to do. Then I participated in some DJ contests that gave me the opportunity to play for the public. The natural step was to start producing. On where to listen to new music, I really like hearing sets from other DJs on YouTube or Instagram.
Lately I hear a lot of musical news through social networks but as I said before, I love hearing sessions on YouTube. I think it's great to see what energy these tracks transmit to the public.
I think my biggest musical influences have always been close people. Whatever I have heard stays in my brain and sometimes appears in my productions, in my own way of course hehe.
Without going into styles I would define it as "Let's enjoy" hahaha .
KB18 on Denmark. Fun people on underground place.
Trying to be original, following the trends is fine but without becoming a copy of another, and of course, having a good time. That shows and is transmitted to the public .
If it is for a collaboration of a specific style (I do other styles apart from dance music) I look for a reference track. If it's deep or electronic styles I try not to hear too much, I let things flow by themselves.
Logic and Maschine is basic for me.
I start with my personalized initial template and depending on how the theme goes I direct it to one style or another
As I said before it is simply the magic of the moment. Although the name of the track has curious anecdote. I have a few old vinyls of a style that sounded a lot in my country but little worldwide. So I used the name of one of the hardest to find records in my collection.
Delve into both the creativity of the subject and the quality. Study how to get the best sound quality. That a track sounds good helps a lot.
Groove Armada - I See You Baby.
I think they are crucial. Currently they are the only way to have an impact and that your music gets where it can go.
I think it was featured on Enter compilation of Minus. Although it was the remix of the original, I was very excited.
I love what my homie Javi Bora do with their new label Too Many Rules. And especially with their vinyl sets!
Keep enjoying making music.