Spanish DJ Edu Imbernon talks music
Ahead of his performance at Sula Fest in Nashik, DJ Imbernon talks about performing in India again, his formula to get a mix right and more...
Q. What do you feel about the preferences of listerners here?
A. I have only been to India once before and it was for 10 hours, I didn’t even have time to think let alone explore. I’m sure after this trip I will be able to answer this question a bit better.
DJ Edu Imbernon
Q. Is there a formula to get a mix right?
A. I think the formula I use is only remixing music that I really love.
Q. What are your favourite destinations to play gigs?
A. There are so many countries and cities world wide that have something unique and special about them, so it is hard to chose. It depends on what kind of an experience I’m looking for, whether it is more about the location and exploring or whether it is just about the crowd I’m playing for.
Crowds groove at the 2015 edition of the festival
Imbernon will headline the Atmasphere stage
On: February 6 and 7
At: Sula Vineyards, Nashik.
Log on to: www.sulafest.net
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