Tell us a bit about yourself. How long have you been involved in your artistic career? Are there specific elements/artists in the Spanish music scene or other cultures that inspire your music?
I started DJing 11 years ago. I was working as a waitress in various clubs in my city, and one day the DJ didn’t show up, so I brought my CDs, and from there, I haven’t stopped exploring music and trying to DJ wherever I could. Interestingly, I find inspiration in the figures of DJs who have been in the industry for a long time, even if their styles are not similar to mine. The respect for the profession motivates me a lot to continue. There are many figures, such as Laurent Garnier, Ellen Allien, Dasha Rush, Stingray, Honey Dijon, Chris Liberator, Ben Sims..
What inspired the creation of your EP “Multipass”? Was there any specific concept or idea behind it? How would you describe the evolution of your musical style in this EP compared to previous works?
The EP “Multipass” reflects experiences lived between 2021 and 2023, from the death of my best friend to the wildest nights. “Multipass,” or “multipase” in Spanish, is an EP that can belong to various genres without sticking to just one, which is essentially how I feel when I DJ. Using multiple genres allows me to feel free and not confined to a single sound. In this EP, I had more control over the sound compared to previous works. I’ve also been learning more how to use Ableton and had the opportunity to collaborate with other artists, which taught me a lot.
Tell us more about your participation in the VA “A Tota Virolla.” How did the opportunity to contribute a single arise? Is there any distinctive element you considered for your contribution to the VA?
It all came through the creation of the club agency “Gordo”. It was proposed as a presentation of the agency to release a V.A with all the artists in this agency. I think my track might be the one that deviates the most from techno and touches styles like trance, as it has some crazy synths, haha…
Can you share anything about your future plans in terms of new releases or projects you are currently working on? Are there particular artists or producers you would like to collaborate with in the future?
Currently, I have many gigs booked until summer, which is a privilege and fortune. Right now, I’m very focused on sound engineering, which is what I’m studying at Millenia. I really enjoy spending hours in the studio learning to mix with both digital and analog tools. There are a lot of artists I’d love to collaborate with, but it’s a gradual process, and I don’t have that much time…
From your personal perspective, do you think a DJ should stay connected to the rave culture? What do you consider the added value that this connection brings to the DJ’s artistic development?
I believe so, in one way or another.
The connection with the audience during sessions is 60% of my sets. If I feel that connection then I go home happy.
If you’d like to add anything else, what would it be?
Thank you very much to every person who supports my career in one way or another, and to you for the interview.