Every time I play in a different place, in different situations, it is always wicked. And tonight it was cool because there was a lot of bass, and the crowd was ready to hear some music. I put more electronic [sounds] into my Dub, because I'm a big fan of House music, like good House not 'radio House'. Over three or four years I really got into this and Electro- finally I tried to make myself different and to try to meet different influences.
What was the first record you ever bought?
I think it was some Metal stuff, a lot of Metal. I think it was System of a Down. I prefer their older stuff, and I think 'Toxicity' was one of the first I bought. You know what, one of the first albums I bought was by Shakira or something, I was only about ten years old.
Haha I think mine was a Christina Aguilera one so you're ok. What do you think are the main challenges to becoming a DJ today, or becoming well-known?
For me, I started to put my music on the internet for free, almost eight years ago, and in Dub music I was one of the first for free download. I started a long time ago. Right now, you speak of two different things; DJs and producers. Me, I am a producer. Right now it's really hard to be famous; everybody can make music with a computer. But ten years ago there were not so many people making music, so I think I arrived at a good time. I think the point is, not to be famous, you know? It is to enjoy and to have the feeling that "I want to do the music that's inside myself''. A lot of guys I meet, smaller artists than me, say "How do you get so famous?'', and I just say, man, it's not about wanting to be famous, just do your music and what you feel. Maybe it's going to work, maybe it isn't. Just make your own music, and your mix. Right now with the internet it's hard, because of so much music, so many producers and so many DJs. But I think every artist, if they're good, it's going to work.
If you could stage a rave anywhere, where would it be?
I would love to play in the USA, because there it's a different world and music. The artists like Rihanna and big artists come from there- but I don't want to be part of that movement. I know that in the USA Dub music isn't so famous, and I would love to play there to bring the Dub vibes, because it is really famous in Europe. I've played in beaches in America, but for example, New York. I would love to play on a rooftop there.