The BPM festival is a big scale production. What do you find most special about festivals of this rank in general?
Yes it’s a big festival, but it has a family and friends vibe to it. It attracts people from all over the world and I think this helps create a very unique party/holiday atmosphere.

Your Transitions radio show has been a host to many great artists of different genres in electronic music. Is there an artist that you admire and you still haven’t invited to Transitions?
I think it’s great we have a balance of big names and fresh new DJs I can’t think of who else we have missed off the list.

As a person who has established a lot of successful things, what do you think is the most important thing one has to strive for in order to develop and sustain success?
Be consistent, work hard and be nice to people.

Would you agree being called an underground DJ, and what does that mean for you?
Well I strive many long hours looking for new and exciting music that people have not heard, I think people come to hear me play tracks they have not heard before but also trust my ears to choose tracks they like.

Before you have mentioned that while mixing you always strive for choosing futuristic music. Do you also keep that in mind while producing?
Of course Nick and myself want to produce tracks and remixes that stand up.

Are you the only one in your family working in the music industry?
Yes.

What is one challenge that you’d like to put on yourself for the new year? 
Time goes so fast these days I must try and stop to smell the roses a bit more.
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