“Welcome to the latest interview of our ‘In Session‘ series, where we delve deeper into the world of Wavezoo DJs. In this exclusive interview, we sit down with some of the most talented and upcoming DJs in the industry and explore their unique musical journeys, creative processes, and future plans.
From discussing their musical influences to sharing behind-the-scenes anecdotes, this series is an opportunity to get to know your favorite Wavezoo DJs on a more personal level. So sit back, relax, and join us on this exciting journey as we uncover the artistry behind some of the most promising DJs in the music industry.
1. How did you start DJing? Tell us about your origins
I was 19 when I went to a club called the 19th hole. It was my very first experience of electronic music in person. I had always listened to it, but I had never actually seen someone perform it. There was a group of DJs there called the Allform crew, and at the time, I was all about trance. A friend of mine played just about all night that night, and I fell in love with the art of being a DJ. As someone who had played music all my life, it came naturally to me.
Later on, I went to another party at the Regency Mall in Augusta, Georgia, where I discovered drum and bass. I have been playing it ever since. Now, exactly 23 years later, that’s pretty much how it all started.
2. Who would you say are your influences?
Randall, Diesel Boy, Goldie, DJ SS, Andy C, Black Sun Empire.
3. What do you think about the future of DJing? Where we are headed?
For one, I am liking the new things that I’ve done with DJ controllers. They are something different from what I’m used to with turntables, but I like using controllers. A lot of vinyl enthusiasts do not like them because they are not as pure as vinyl. However, as times change, so do things, and the sound is constantly evolving. Every day, the future of DJing looks brighter, and I am excited to see what innovations will emerge in the coming years.
4. What can people expect from your shows?
My party is a full of energy just like my music. If you want to get things hoppen hire me.
5. What would be your ideal party? Let people know what would be your top tracks
Mild party is a dark room lights DJ 100 people and my top tracks wouldn’t be anything by Mizo and Gydra.
6. Help other DJs to level up, give the community a tip that will improve other DJs performance
I’m going to head down and mix as a DJ. I do interact with my audience, though I don’t say much. But I like to play more with the live streams. It’s important to interact with your audience and acknowledge them. Give them points and let them know that you appreciate their presence. If you do that, it should be a good stream.
Your fans will always be your fans, but you need to keep them engaged. Use overlays and try to keep them fresh. Don’t let them look too generic. Always try to do something different than what you see everyone else doing. Something different always catches the eye, but some things that are the same also catch attention. For example, these little games they play in the chat are pretty handy. If you want to play, go ahead and play. Don’t listen to politics or anyone else. If you feel like playing, people will come.
7. Let the people know what is going on in your life
What’s going down in my life is live action. The sickness is kind of over and everybody’s looking to venture out so I’m looking forward to parties. I’m planning to show the local show is just mainly local DJs to get some people recognizing them.
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