DJ Brit is a force to be reckoned with in the music scene of Manila. With a unique blend of beats that make his sets stand out from the crowd, he has established himself as a go-to DJ for those looking for something fresh and exciting. Describing himself as “Unique, Loose, and Shaky,” DJ Brit brings an energy and style to his performances that is truly his own.
In this exclusive interview, we’ll get to know DJ Brit on a deeper level. We’ll find out what inspired him to pursue a career in music, what sets him apart from other DJs, and how he continues to evolve his craft. Get ready to delve into the mind of one of Manila’s most exciting DJs!
1. How did you start DJing? Tell us about your origins
Year 1999 in Blue Café, Nakpi, Malate, Manila. My origin is from City of Pasig.
2. Who would you say are your influences?
Carl Cox, Danny Tenaglia, Todd Terry, Armand Van Helden, Daft Punk, Marco Bailey, Adam Beyer, Green Velvet, Hatiras, Josh Wink, Bob Sinclar, Ritchie Hawtin and more
3. What do you think about the future of DJing? Where we are headed?
You have to keep up with the times, but don’t forget your roots and values – vinyls! In this age of streaming and on-demand music, the advantage is that everyone now has a choice. However, the disadvantage is that there are too many choices, and legit options are often overshadowed.
I can talk more about the technical side of things, with many apps, equipment, and gadgets popping up all the time.
4. What can people expect from your shows?
They can expect LOVE, FUN and one-of-a-kind MUSIC EXPERIENCE. Main reason is GOOD VIBES!
5. What would be your ideal party?
Something extraordinary not the usual like partying in a lighthouse where my DJ booth on top while I can see the people on the ground at dawn!
6. What has been your most memorable performance so far? Why was it so special?
CIRCUIT ASIA WHITE PARTY 2005 at The World Trade Center, Manila. Special because Im the only Asian DJ to perform alongside with a German DJ with 2,000 people from all over the world flew in at hand! Of course wearing white!
7. Help other DJs to level up, give the community a tip that will improve other DJs performance
No. 1 Be Yourself, Be original! Of course you listen to your influences on how they became stars on their own right but pick something that is unique and improvised them on your own. Being Live matters from being on time, setup, playlist if there is a theme, sound and audio check is very important at least an hour before your set. Most importantly, Let them enjoy your set!
8. Let the people know what is going on in your life
Nowadays, I work as a corporate executive during the week (although I recently resigned) and dive on weekends, but I prioritize my DJing because of my fabulous followers! I have a 19-track double album of all original compositions that is currently unreleased, and I am looking for a reputable label to co-sign.
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