•Current location-Brooklyn, NY
•Inspiration/mentor-Junior Vasquez/Matt Bonavita
Well, I guess back in the day the access I had to the best record stores was very beneficial. Plus the networking and the personal interaction with other people in the business helped. But now days with everything being digital, it doesn’t really matter where you are. The world is a much smaller place.
Q•I know you spin house and rap if you had to choose one what would it be and why ?
At this point of the game I don’t think there is a reason to choose one. You can be good at both, unless you are at a super niche venue that caters only to one or the other. But the way I see things it’s not a world of black and white anymore, there a lot of shades of gray in between.
Q•Favorite part about dj’ing?
Probably watching people having a good time. Letting loose and just partying. That feeling is unmistakable. Playing something unknown and cool and seeing people get down to it, is probably even more enjoyable.
Q•Where do you see your self in 5 years ?
Producing an album of acoustic guitar covers of famous rap songs. or just putting good music that surpasses genres.
Q•funniest thing you seen at a gig ?
It’s a tie between a guy falling asleep on the couch and rolling off and hitting the ground pretty hard, and steve from jackass showing a guy how to arch his body and roll around effectively, except it turned out to be a disaster where the guy landed flat on his face. I was always a big fan of slapstick.
Q•Random fact’s-what does fashion mean to you and does your music have an effect on how you dress ?
I think fashion is a totally separate thing, music might inspire a feeling of confidence, sadness, sex appeal. But somehow that rarely transcends into what I wear. I don’t wear t shirts with headphones on them let’s leave it at that.