Exclusive Interview With Kill the Frequency
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Please tell our readers who you are and what you do?
Born in 1987, I started at the age of 14 to approach the world of disc jockeys, a world that I had the opportunity to explore in the following years also starting to produce my own music. I played in many, and many types of event not only in my city.
The music that I propose in DJ sets is a mix of electronic and house, often using deep-house songs in the middle of that, and I tend to speed on techno towards the end when the situation and the public permits it.
I love music because it allows to express and escape at the same time in a way that does not harm anyone, provided that always serves a good dose of humility and self-criticism for not getting carried away prematurely from this great love.
The music that I produce can be defined Deep House in general though as we must always have in mind the musical influences called into question in my case.
How would you describe your influences and how have they changed over the years?
My experiences of mixing are passed to vinyls and CDJs, but I never wanted to move to computerized console for the feeling that I had developed with the CDJs and that allows me to match, and in some cases exceed, the limited possibilities of many controllers and computer.
The influences that have suffered are many since I like to listen to everything ranging from house classic to experimental techno, rock, death-core, from hip hop to rap through electronic, commercial (with a preference for 90s – 2000) R & B and pop and all the possible leads associated with them.
A special mention goes to the music of the 80’s in almost all its expressions of genre. I like to listen to it more often and from which I draw inspiration (or at least I try) and explains my special interest in house music.
What´s new right now?
I'm actually working on new EPs and maybe a new small album in 2018, and I'm hosting a radio show since one year on www.egmelectro.com every thursday evening (8 – 10 pm UK time) but I've been absorbed a lot by my other 2 side projects D Edge Knight and Furthersoul, so we'll see 🙂
Once you discovered new music, do you tell others about the new music/artist you discovered? If yes, how exactly?
“Messages, conversations, and putting it on when they are in my studio.