Music for me is a form of expression, just like you have with drawing or painting stuff. To me it doesn't matter how you make music, as long as you can touch even one person with what you made that's what keeps me going.
To be get my tracks featured on the radio maybe, and get a little cult following with my music.
With a snap of the finger, I would make peace. Stop everybody from fighting.
"Harder, better, faster, stronger" by Daft Punk
Daft Punk, Madeon, Calvin Harris, just generally big names in the Dance scene. Zedd also.
Just the urge to express myself. I can't stop making music. Not just yet.
Not a real message, I just want people to appreciate what I make.
Excited! I don't do it that often, so mostly it's kind off a big deal.
I think it is really hard when you don't have an actual team and you have to do everything by yourself. But I also say that it's the love for the music that counts, so "making it" isn't an absolute priority...
I love it, actually, still getting to know it though.
Not getting my music spread far enough, and also having a little envy with people who don't sound artistically satisfying to me and "make it" big time. Just cannot understand that "easy" music like that is so populair when you have really good electronic dance music out there.
Yes, I go a lot to party's where fellow deejays spin the records. Especially when my brother turns tables.
Being true to yourself and a desire to make the best out of their music, keeping an eye on high production value.
Pomrad, Oddword. That's from the top of my head. Pormad is a Belgium artist that is very Jazz inspired, and Oddword is an Electro-House thing.