Q. In your biography you listed your major influencers as artists such as Swedish House Mafia and Above & Beyond. Do you see yourself collaborating with them in the future?
A. Who knows, I would love to!
Q. Tell us a fun fact about yourself.
"Believe in yourself..."
"I try to bring all my emotions down into my music..."
A. Thanks all for being so positive and being great fans! Believe in yourself with what ever you do! <3
A. I used to be able to sing... but lost my voice.. and I love flight simulators and always dreamt of being a pilot.. one day I'll have my own plane I promise ;)
A. They are REAL and down to earth and I feel like a have a connection to the team like no other.
Q. Last words or a quote for the viewers
Q. What's the best thing about working with the team at Anjuna?
A. I guess I wanted to appeal to the ethnic world and I guess when working on Sinai I wanted to deliver powerful vocals/melodies which haven't really been done yet. The vocals don’t mean anything and it’s amazing to see the crowd sing a long to gibberish =)
Q. Your releases have many cultural influences, “Sinai” being a track that really resonates such elements. What inspires you to create such distinct sounds?
A. It's been so crazy.. My social media has exploded but it's so encouraging and the fans are the ones who make me produce what you hear! I try to bring all my emotions down into my music.
Q. Your artist profile has really taken off quickly within the last two years. Releases such as “Capetown” and “Namaste” have really set you apart. How does it feel to have garnered such attention from so many fans across the world?
A. Well we produced a banger in under 48 hours.. I had a melodic idea and knew that it would be a perfect follow up collab! It’s sounding big. A&B played it as a mash up at Ultra festival so check it out ;)
A. I don't think I could have asked for much more of a better start to 2014! It's been very exciting! It was amazing to go to Canada and do the show in Vancouver, same with Calgary, and Ministry as always was absolutely insane!
Q. You recently came back from your studio session with well-known producer, Jerome Isma-Ae, in Germany. What were you guys cooking over there?
A. Lots going on this year to look forward to - the follow up track to “Under My Skin” with Jerome Isma-ae and a remix of OceanLab’s “Satellite”, a couple of other collaborations, plus more solo material from me of course :)
Q. What surprises can we look forward to later in the year?
Q. You started the year in exciting fashion with a performance at the Ministry of Sound as well as in Vancouver in late February. How do you feel about 2014 so far?