by the partae

Where are you currently based?

I live in Belgium in Brussels

You have emerged from the shadows as a ghost producer and you are now in the spotlight in your own right as a producer, what was the driving force behind this decision? 

I always had this idea to become a DJ in my head and the last two years some of my sounds were played, recently at Tomorrowland MainStage  and it was precisely at that point that I got the click, where I said, “You should have been there on stage, share your music with people!”

How did you first start producing and playing music?

Coming from a Musical family I had a natural upbringing around music. My father hasbeen composing for 40 years now and I think that I inherited this talent from him. When I was 12 years old I was already trying to create melodies. It was something natural for me and I knew already I would follow in my father’s footsteps.

About producing, A few years ago I met a guy who was a producer in my hometown, Brussels. We became friends and after a while, he installed the DAW (now Cubase), and I was like a child in front of the best video game ever.. The magic happened that day and I knew, from then, I would become a Producer.

What programs and equipment do you use?

I use Cubase pro.

You have a number of releases and collabs coming up, who have you been working with and what have you been working on?  Can you give us an idea of what direction you have taken the music?

I’ve released many solo singles on Armada, and In 2018 I’ve done collabs with Juicy M, Rivero and Robert Falcon. Most of my releases on Armada were radios tracks and in 2018 I decided to also put some focus on club tracks.

Who are you listening to at the moment?

I listen to many different styles, from Hip Hop to house music. I don’t have a specific style I always listen to.

What do you enjoy most and find most challenging about producing and the musicians life?

I enjoy it because every new song is a new story full of emotion and I never get bored of it because it’s like watching a new movie every day. Its something exciting and as a musician I enjoy travelling around the world, meeting new people and sharing my music with the world .

What direction do you think electronic music will go in the years to come?

I think The main styles like Trance, techno etc… will stay and I think the commercial style will continue to always change, with new influences like an ethnic/latin vibe.

What do you have planned for 2018?

I have my first solo EP coming the 23rd March on Armada Music and I have a few collabs on the way as well .

Favourite food and place to hangout?

I love Asian food and Miami would be the best place to hangout.

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