Has it ever happened to you, that you do not know why, but you feel that you belong to a place?
I felt this the first time I traveled to Berlin and I tried to find external reasons. I like buildings, I like parks, I like people, I like music, culture … but when I returned home, what I missed was nothing like that. It was something else and I didn’t know how to define it. It was clear that a set of everything, yes, but there was something else and can not be explained with words. I could try to approach it by calling it energy… and I moved to Berlin to live it.
It was clearly a set of everything generating in me that energy and after this time in Berlin, I can identify at least one, which I feel with great strength and that I could define with only one word: respect. In general, I have felt it very present in all that I have experimented here, but there is something concrete that comes to me above all: respect for music.
When people ask me why I came here to do my musical project, my first answer is always “here, I feel that music is respected“. The truth is that the culture of electronic music here is a common language. A Dj, a producer or a composer is considered with respect both outside and inside the club. I feel the work I do is appreciated even beyond the final result. The way to go dancing, to listen to you, to feel you… make a perfect communion between artist, club and fans.
This energy has caused in me an inspiration and has led to a creative dynamic that has taken me to create new music. Sounds that I will soon be able to share with everyone through “Live sets” that I will perform in different clubs around the world.
That’s the plan.
Coming to Berlin even goes beyond all this. It is about finding a plan for me to open the door of myself and lead me to the essence of what I am.
It is time to carry out my plan. The one that we all should ever look for and that we should find by asking ourselves a question: what do I really want?
I know it and I have come to Berlin to look for it and take it with me forever.