An Interview with DJ — Sunlight Music Released new single “Amalfi

Q: Please introduce yourself to the readers and how you first got into this field of work –and who were some of your influences growing up?

I have been a DJ since I was 15 years old, always playing in clubs, until I began to be interested in production, many years passed, until a year ago, I decided to start this adventure. My influences have always come from classic trance DJs like Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, but lately I am trying to mix this influence with touches of progressive and progressive house.

Q: What kind of training have you had, if any?

I started my training with an international DJ with great experience, to whom I have to thank for having transmitted my passion for music and for doing things well. the rest has been daily work, and learning and trying new things.

Q: What has been your favourite project to work on so far?

I think that in the last few months I have made a big change to my sound, and since the launch of Amalfi, a series of releases begins in September and October that I am very excited about.

Q: What sports do you enjoy watching?

I like to watch football, Barça of course. hahaha

Q: What has been one of the biggest highlights/achievements of your career?

Now I am starting, and what I want is to share the music that I make with people, it is what I have always wanted, I have found this passion that I hope will bring me a lot of joy, but I am happy sharing my music with people.

Q: If you had a chance to work alongside anybody who would that be?

For asking, I would love to work with people like Ferry Corsten or Paul Van Dyk.

Q: What projects do you have coming up?

I have some very motivating months ahead with a month of September with three releases, and two releases in October, which show an evolution in my sound towards a progressive house more in the line of DJs like Lane 8 or Pryda. The emergence of ver: west on the scene I also think has been motivating for all DJs who love music.

Q: Who is your inspiration?

I have many different inspirations, I try to analyze the sounds that I like and imitate them. As I told you, on the trance side, I like people who are doing very well like Giuseppe Ottaviani, Dim3nsion or Aly and Fila, and for the deeper part maybe lane 8 and Tinlicker.

Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read or seen this week?

Without a doubt, Messi stays in Barça. hahaha

Q: What are your favorite venues to perform in?

Now in summer, I love the beach bars, watching the sea, and playing good music.

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