Q. You’re currently on your 13 city tour of Indonesia, described by some as the best place to party in South-East Asia. What’s the energy been like so far at your performances?
A. The energy has been more than great. The crowd is reacting amazing. People in Indonesia simply love electronic dance music. It’s one big party to perform in Indonesia.
Q. You’ll be going on to India and Brazil soon, two magical places that are rich with music and history. What’s the greatest joy of traveling to these amazing countries and why?
Q. Any artist or person that inspires your music and daily life?
Q. The Industry is now flooded with several labels of all sub-genres in house music, a challenge to many artists and label managers.
How does 925 Music attempt to differentiate itself?
A. There are too many names I like to listen to. I like many genres, from progressive house to big-room, but also techno house. I got more inspired by tracks than by specific artists.
Q. You started your career as a model, transitioning into music as a DJ. After playing alongside the likes of John Digweed and Nick Warren, you eventually signed for Deep Dish’s Bullitt Bookings. Since that time your fame has grown exponentially. Do you ever sometimes think to yourself today, “How did I get here?”
A. Getting in touch with different cultures, habits and music. Travelling through countries as Brazil and India gives me a lot of inspiration. I’m very grateful to be able to play my music in so many different countries.
A. We think it’s important to not to think in genres, we believe in good tunes. We released several kinds of music over the years; the progressive sound from artists like Shiloh, Luke Chable and Donatello, but also the powerful big-room sound from artists like Vince Moogin, Sebastian Bronk, David Puentez and me. Our upcoming release ‘Martin Inrello – Pitch / Shiit’ is a good example of the musical diversity of 925 Music. I’m proud to see that the label is growing slowly bigger and bigger.
"Traveling... gives me a lot of inspiration.
I'm grateful... to play my music in so many different countries"
Q. The last 2-3 years have been quite successful for you. With hits like “Turn Up The Love”, “Hit The Road” and “Speed of Light”, the name Miss Nine continues to generate a larger worldwide audience. How do you feel about the current state of your career, and where do you wish to get even better?
A. At the moment, I enjoy many highlights. Last month, I performed on the Main Stage of Mayday Poland and now I’m touring 4 weeks through Indonesia. Still, my management and I are always working hard to get me to a higher level. Developing is the key word for progress. Learn from your mistakes, and work hard to reach your goals. .
A. I do realize what I’ve accomplished over the years. Performing on the Main Stage of Ultra Music Festival Miami or in the biggest clubs around the world, it is living the dream. But I had to work hard to make this happen, and I do realize this as well.
Q. Did you face any challenges as a female DJ, and if so, how did you overcome them?
A. The dance industry is from origin a real guys world, so it was hard to get accepted in the scene of the beginning of my career. By the time it became easier and I got to know many colleagues. Nowadays, female deejays are getting more respect, which makes it easier to enter the scene as a woman. By my opinion, this is a good development.