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“What gives us our strength, is that we have people like me, but at the same time, we have a huge and exciting underground movement. Both sides of the scene cross over to one another and that is healthy. The fact that there are so many different styles, sounds, levels, and sensibilities; that is what makes electronic music so strong.”

“The hardest challenge of my career has been trying to find that balance between the pop and DJ world. It’s very difficult because in club music, the less chord changes you have the better. On the radio, it’s the exact opposite. Dance music is all about hypnotism, whereas pop is all about emotion. So trying to bridge those two sounds has been very, very difficult.”

“At least, this is true for my audience. There are other DJs out there who are very successful at what they do, like Luciano for example, who can really smash up a big dancefloor by playing hypnotic music and by creating a hypnotic vibe. However from my experience, I just don’t think that sound can work in a stadium.”

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