Interview by AKA TONY
– You mentioned the other day that the pandemic and what it has done has changed your life as a DJ and producer quite a bit, can you tell us a little more about that?
The pandemic is not a happy state, but a very instructive one, if you let it and make something out of it. In the meantime I’ve built up a second mainstay that I’ve wanted to tackle for a long time anyway, but never had the time or the drive to do so. Through this standstill I came really close to myself, could devote myself fully to me, my loved ones and thus my future. Music remains of course there and is much produced or podcasted. Of course not the same as playing at an event, but that’s just not possible right now. Have patience it will come back …
– Since you were an established act in Berlin before Zurich, you are surely in a great position to compare the two scenes for us. Will you do us this favor?
Honestly, I don’t like to do that, the beat beats in all hearts (of course in different versions, but it beats) and makes us a unity that should not be compared (because unity), music connects;
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