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The thought of bringing a cake into a dance music show is a bizarre one. The idea of rafting on top of people is just as bizarre as well. And I think whenever something bizarre comes into play, it immediately becomes an easy target. And for those reasons, I know that I have been the target of criticism.
I like looking at a future where we’re expanding our creativity and brightening our lives. I believe that eventually we’ll get to a point where we’ll be able to live indefinitely through our technology.
My favorite food is Ramen.
I feel pretty comfortable in front of a camera.
It’s of course important to mention that when DJing, I’m building my own story through the music. I’m figuring out what song to play next, what song to play after that, and how the two will blend together. How the emotion is going to develop from one song to another. So I first build that storyline.
I always tell up-and-coming DJs you have to really love what you do and find that interest to drive you. It requires so much attention to detail, and it takes up a lot of your time. You hear a song, and there are so many little pieces that make that song work. It requires a lot of patience, diligence and resilience.
For me, I guess the general reason for using social media is that the connection I have with people who are interested in my music is extremely important to me. That connection is like the pillar in everything I do. I want to embrace that connection and make it stronger.
Artists are creating their own genre sound, and other artists are building upon that sound and already creating a huge subculture created around one particular sound created by one artist. So, with all that happening, the genres are going to break down, and there’s going to be a multitude of sound coming out.
When I’m at a show, I’m there to have fun. Let’s just not care for a moment. So this cake in your face is to make you lose your mind. And it’s not about caring about whatever you are wearing and caring what other people are thinking about you. Out of the context, I’m trying to develop something else.
My life, I swear, is, like, 75% public. I have a very small percentage of my life that is private. But I do keep that private life private.
I love working with producers, like doing the record with Laidback Luke on ‘Turbulence‘ and working with Afrojack on ‘No Beef.’
A lot of my building blocks – who I am kind of as an artist – all came from being in L.A.