Who are you and what’s your background?

My name is Hunter Thompson and I’m an editor at Run The Trap and publicist for k?d, Autograf, Medasin, Drezo, and ALT:Vision Records. I started out at Run The Trap years ago and realized that I wanted to move more into the music industry.  My friend Adam had started a management company and he invited me to join the crew and that’s how I decided to become a publicist.

What does your job consist of on a day to day basis?

On a day to day basis I’m always trying to expand my network and find new connections at outlets that I currently don’t have a relationship with. I’m also constantly pitching out new music that’s unreleased, developing marketing plans, and figuring out ways to be creative about releases.

What do you enjoy most about it?

I love sharing music.  Music has always been a big passion of mine since I was a kid.  That’s carried over into my adult profession. Being able to share music that I’m passionate about and that other people love means the world to me. I also have to make sure the Run The Trap team is on top of new and breaking news and make sure all relevant releases are covered.

What’s your biggest achievement to date?

I’m very proud of our Too Future guest mix series.  We’ve had all sorts of artists from Louis The Child, San Holo, Jai Wolf, and many more artists on the series.  Being able to work with these sort of artists from the beginning to seeing where they are now is pretty astounding.

For the readers looking to pursue a career in your field, do you have any advice for them?

Get out there and network.  No one is going to push for you harder than yourself so you need to meet people and figure out how to work together.  Know what you stand for and why. It’s not hard to find someone’s email or LinkedIn profile and start up a conversation.

Who are your favourite artists at the moment?

I listen to a lot of indie rock lately.  My favorite artists to listen to right now are Snail Mail, Sasha Sloan, Phoebe Bridgers, and Hazel English.  I’ve also been binging on Crystal Castles and The Naked and Famous hard lately.

How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?

I know that people’s livelihoods are relying on me to do my job properly. Knowing that I’m not just working for myself, but for others helps me get over the edge and continue grinding even if I lack any motivation.

What do you do when your not working (for downtime)?

I love hiking in the mountains.  I moved to Colorado about a year ago and have a lot to explore still.  I also go to too many concerts and enjoy a good game of frisbee golf.

Any recent announcements and/or upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?

Keep your eyes on ALT:Vision Records.  We have a lot of exciting stuff up our sleeves for 2019.

Your own personal tips for success (either in music or life in general)?

Trust in yourself.

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Who are you and what’s your background?

Hello! My name is Graham, i’m from and live in the UK, I work with Boy From The Beach where we run a management company and also have a label with Disco:wax. We manage a mixture of dance/pop artists, producers, DJ’s and singer/songwriters such as Möwe, Decoy!,  Jameson, Jantine, Bright Sparks, Rani and Jonasu. I also manage a trance project under the name of HØLY WATERS where two established artists in the scene joined forces to create a duo! I began as a promoter in the hardcore scene when I was 18 and created a label stemming from that event. Spotify wasn’t even in the UK then so as you can imagine things have changed quite a lot since then! Since then I studied a music business degree in London and then it all kicked off working in management from then!

What does your job consist of on a day to day basis?

Each day can be vary hugely to be honest! I start my day checking any emails that have come in over night, prep for any calls I have that day and start working through my tasks for that day. Generally tasks on the management side are things such as sending out new music to labels, toplines to artists, working on upcoming shows and tour managing, arranging studio sessions and production schedules, working on contracts and accounting, setting up merch lines, planning music videos etc but things can completely vary from day to day! On the label side I listen to new music, reach out to new artists and work with these artists on their release goals, their needs, and working with the rest of the team at the label to plan out marketing and release schedules! There is some insane music coming and its really exciting to get this out there to the world and seeing the track develop and grow!!

What do you enjoy most about it?

I actually love it all! Along with everything I mentioned above I absolutely love working with these super talented people, getting to know the artists and most of all helping them achieve their dreams! Its so exciting seeing a track have insane success, landing that big cut, a big show, or a track with an amazing label. I love the buzz you get from that! I have to add I love the travel that comes with the job too, I have been to some amazing places and all over the world with my job, and met some incredible people and made amazing friends along the way! But I guess one of the biggest drives for me is making other people happy and helping them achieve what they want with their music!

Any tips and tricks that you wish you knew when you started?

I always wanted to work in the industry when I was younger and from studying music business too I found that you learn so so much for from actually working in the industry! When I was younger I didn’t even know half of the jobs I know of and sometimes do existed, so I think knowing about these certain jobs earlier would have given me a kick start to know what I wanted to do earlier on in life. On that note I also feel that music education should be a lot more predominant into the school curriculum, there wasn’t even an option to study music in my GCSE’s (14-16 years old).

For the readers looking to pursue a career in your field, do you have any advice for them?

Networking, work hard, get involved in any way you can, if you want to work on the business side don’t be afraid to set up something yourself. Learn as much as you can about the industry, read, watch videos, study it. It will be a huge help to you further down the line.

Who are your favourite artists at the moment?

NF, Trove, Halsey, Lane8 and Grace Carter i’m listening to a lot of right now! And the new 21 Savage album! Bit of a random mixture I know!

How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?

On the whole I am really motivated, as I love what I do! I have had jobs in the past I didn’t enjoy, which always makes me very grateful for where I am now! I would say the gym is good for motivation though, it’s good for your mind as well as your body, although I definitely haven’t been going enough – new year and time to get back in there though!

What do you do when your not working (for downtime)?

I find it quite hard to bring myself away from work actually haha but the gym as mentioned, hanging out with friends the usual. I love snowboarding but definitely need to do more of it, so booking something up at the moment actually!

Any recent announcements and/or upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?

There is so much exciting stuff happening right now, we fully launched the label with Discowax last year, they are an incredible team to work with and I am very excited to see this grow. We are releasing music with Fabian Mazur, Pablo Nouvelle, Trove, Botalks and Jonasu to name a few in the next coming months. We are also working with Discowax and Four Music with Möwe and we have a stack load of new singles coming out this year with the next one in February!
Jameson is a very exciting project too. He is an insaaanley talented 19 year old working on a house project, he only has two tracks out but has already had support from Kisss FM and BBC Radio, we are working with Lost Frequencies label. Some unreal collabs to come too with the singers we work with, Jantine, Bright Sparks, Rani, RØRY, I really really wish I could tell you everything right now but you will hear soon for sure!
On another note HØLY WATERS are about to fly out to Lapland to film a music video for the next single and planning out touring for the year! So keep your eyes peeled for them!

Your own personal tips for success (either in music or life in general)?

My morals are always to work your absolute ass off, you will get back what you put in. Also to be loyal, and be nice, I think that’s important.

So to end an amazing year at the The Music Elk, it has been a great year for us and we would like to thank every single one of you for reading and supporting the site. We will be back in the New Year, but first of all we have a very special guest for this Motivational Monday. Hope you enjoy it and have a great holiday and new year !

Who are you and what’s your background?

My name is Colin Vlasak, I’m from Toronto and I run FUXWITHIT. I started FUXWITHIT just under 5 years ago with my friend Kash. We’d both wanted to start a blog for many years before but never went for it. We were out of touch for a few years and reconnected through our joint love of music and he was like “let’s start a blog.” A few days later he purchased FUXWITHIT.com and we were off. When we started out we really had no clue what we were doing and no connections whatsoever in the industry. The first few years were just learning; from how to properly utilize WordPress, to getting better at writing, etc. The whole time has been a continual learning. As the blog expanded I took on the role as editor and have been managing our team ever since. Music has been my greatest passion in life since I was a kid so it’s fitting to be running a music publication.

What does your job consist of on a day to day basis?

It’s pretty hectic. In addition to running FUXWITHIT I currently work a 9 to 5. I’m also getting into PR and trying to DJ a lot more. An average day for me is wake-up, get caught up on emails and and messages, DMs, etc. Update my to-do list for the day and hit my writing team back on anything they may need feedback on. From there it’s shower and go to work. On lunch it’s back to FUXWITHIT. Writing, doing a final review of posts, posting articles, listening to music, etc. Afternoon is back to work at day job. Once that’s done. It’s back to music, I usually take the bus home so while I’m on the bus I’m writing or replying to emails. Basically whatever is left on my to do list that I can easily get done on my phone. In the evenings I’ll hang out with my wife, go to the gym or chill with friends. If I’m not doing one of those things I’m working. I also usually put in an hour or two before bed too. It’s my favourite time to write, when distractions are minimal and the world is a little quieter.  

What do you enjoy most about it?

Just being immersed in music. Working in the industry has always been a dream of mine. The fact that I’ve developed friendships with artists I love and have had the chance to connect with so many incredible people is amazing. Nothing makes me happier or feel more alive then music, and FUXWITHIT has allowed me to connect with it in ways I only dreamed of.

What’s your biggest achievement to date?

It’s hard to say. A simple answer would be just the platform we’ve been able to create. I can look at our home page every day and be proud of the music we’re supporting and the writing behind it. The love we’ve been getting recently from artists and well respected industry people is super dope.

If we want to get into specifics I’d say Beat & Eats is a big one. We shot the first episode with TroyBoi a while back and have another one with Stooki Sound coming soon. Just the scale of the project and production quality amazes me. To take a grand idea and be able to execute at that level was something special. Huge shoutout to Kevin (our Director) and the entire team, it’s a result of a lot of talented people working for free to create something special.

Other than that our Guest Mix series and the premieres we’ve done have made me super proud. Our guest mix series is basically a who’s who of the best up-and-coming producers in electronic music. Doing premieres for some of my favourite artists and labels has been wild too.

Any tips and tricks that you wish you knew when you started?

I wish I would have known how much of an impact having a good team can make. When we started out I wanted to do everything myself. I was very protective and wanted it to be “My Blog.” As time went on I’ve been lucky enough to meet a ton of incredibly talented creative people. The more people you have working towards a goal the faster you’ll get there. Also creative energy is infectious. Just having people that you can talk to regularly will leave you inspired. We pretty much doubled the size of our writing team in the past year and it’s allowed us to take advantage of so many awesome opportunities. I wish we expanded sooner.   

For the readers looking to pursue a career in your field, do you have any advice for them?

Jump in! I wanted to work in music for so long but I kept waiting. The best thing you can do is to just get started. That may be starting your own personal blog or applying to work for one that you enjoy. Music publications are always looking to add contributors to their teams. Don’t be afraid to reach out and don’t expect to be doing your dream job from day 1.  

Who are your favourite artists at the moment?

Oh man it’s so hard to narrow them down. I’ll start with shoutouts to two of the best coming out of Toronto: thook and Lingopolus. Both have been absolutely killing it and making some of the most unique and exciting trap and bass music. To be honest I could probably list like 50+. I’d say just check out FUXWITHIT on a regular basis. Anyone who’s featured on our site is killing it.

What do you look for in a song/artist?

Generally something unique or original. There’s so much music coming out these days that to stand out it needs to be more than just good. I want to hear something fresh or exciting. That’s why I’ve been loving the experimental bass scene lately, there’s always new shit that’s completely blowing my mind. It’s also important that music has a groove or fluent bounce. This is especially true in the trap and bass space. There’s a lot of artists with really insane sound design but if you can’t vibe to it, you’re going to lose me. The best producers blend wild sound design with a bounce that you can move to.

How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?

I find the biggest thing to try to overcome this is to do just do something. Some days you don’t feel motivated and staring at a to-do list with 10+ items can be super daunting. I usually try to convince myself to just do 1. It can be the easiest task on the whole list but usually once I’ve done that, I’m amped to do the next one and the next one. I think laziness and productivity are both addictive. The more you lean towards one, the more it will consume you. Which one do you want to consume you?

If I’m having trouble even getting to even 1 I just try envision the end goal. I want to work in the music industry full time and wake-up excited to work every single day. I’m not quite there yet so I use that as motivation. I tell myself, “If I get x done today, that will put me in a better place tomorrow and open doors for me later.”

What do you do when you’re not working (for downtime)?

I work a lot but it’s important to make time to take a break. Exercising is a big one. I try to workout in some shape or form at least 3x a week. It’s a great stress release and I find it helps to keep me motivated. Spending time with my wife and friends is another big one. I’m super into craft beer as well so I’m always on a quest to try new beers. DJing is one of my other loves. Whether it’s playing a club or just messing around and making mixes by myself in my living room.

Any recent announcements and/or upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?

2019 is going to be a big year for FUXWITHIT. Expect some major premieres and our Guest Mix series to just keep getting bigger and better. We’re going to be dropping the second episode of Beats & Eats in early January so look out for that.

Your own personal tips for success (either in music or life in general)?

The biggest tip I would suggest is to ask for what you want. I feel like people are really scared of rejection and tend not to ask for things unless they know it’s a lock I know I used to be this way. I can’t even begin to count how many incredible opportunities I’ve been afforded just because I wanted to do something and asked the right person to make it happen. Most of the success I’ve seen with FUXWITHIT is a result of applying this. The worst response you’re going to get is a “no” and then you’re back to where you started if you hadn’t asked. That said, be strategic in your asks and ensure you’re providing value on your end. You don’t want to be the person who is always asking for handouts but if you have something you want to do, don’t be afraid to ask someone who can make it happen. This applies to working in music or life in general. Whether you’re a producer looking for a collab, or want to marry your longtime girlfriend, the only way you’ll get what you want is putting yourself out there.

Another  piece of advice is regarding relationships. You often hear “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” The older I get the truer it rings. Relationships are everything. As you’re coming up make an effort to connect with people and build relationships that are meaningful. Don’t let interactions be strictly transactional or one sided. Don’t always be thinking, “what can this person do for me,” also consider what you can do them. Mutually beneficial relationships allow everyone to win together. And there’s nothing better than that.

Lastly just be a good person. This ties in with the above but having a positive and open outlook can have such a massive impact on your life or career. Be true to your word and be helpful when you can.  

Who are you and what’s your background?

I’m Brian Sucari, an Argentinean, 19 year old guy that started a record label about 5 years ago just for fun, without knowledge, contacts or money to invest… only eager to progress.

I’m the executive director of ZilDeep Media, marketing director of Loudkult and manager of various talented artists like Zeper, Kovan, Cramoki, Fabercut and more.

What does your job consist of on a day to day basis?

At the moment I’m mainly working with the artists that I manage, doing promotions for our releases and customers and managing/creating ad campaigns for the labels that I work for, but each day is different. Yesterday was re-branding the ZilDeep web page as an example, tomorrow I’ll have to work on ad campaigns for a customer.

What do you enjoy most about it?

I really love to see how the artists that I manage grow!

What’s your biggest achievement to date?

I don’t want to talk about numbers because I never conform. When I started, 10k streams on Soundcloud was impossible and now we are reaching hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify and it’s normal, so I think that my biggest goal is that I can live from this. I want to always invest my time in my projects.

Any tips and tricks that you wish you knew when you started?

Don’t follow what the other people do, I lost a lot of time working with Soundcloud just because other labels did the same but were so wrong. If 2 years ago I had done market research and then started to work with Spotify then we would be doing the interview in a yacht! I don’t like Apple but . . . “think different”.

For the readers looking to pursue a career in your field, do you have any advice for them?

It is a really hard industry, with a lot of competition and you don’t know what music stores will do well in the future, so you have to adapt fast. If anyone wants to start in this industry just send me a PM, I’m always down to lend a hand.

Who are your favourite artists at the moment?

Obviously the ZilDeep artists, like Zeper – he’s the boss – and at the moment listening to ZHU, BLR (Bolier), Oliver Heldens (the new style doesn’t convince me at all but he’s sick!), DROELOE, Diplo and Calvin Harris. He’s not part of the EDM industry but he’s setting trends with each release.

What do you look for in a song/artist?

Mainly originality, I don’t like music without personality.

How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?

I have no days without motivation, how can I lose the motivation knowing that millions of people are listening to the songs that we are releasing?

What do you do when you’re not working (for downtime)?

Hard question, I’m practically working all day. When I’m out with friends or family I’m replying to messages … I can’t stop working! All the projects are part of me. But to clear my mind I love to drive or go for coffee. It’s not great but I really love coffee!

Any recent announcements and/or upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?

I’m working with partners on new brands (nothing related to the music industry) but I never announce upcoming projects. You will know more about them when you see the ad on Instagram!

Your own personal tips for success (either in music or life in general)?

Start thinking! I’m working with a lot of people so when I get a good idea, they can just start with the developing. Now it’s is really easy to do effective market research … you don’t need to ask 500 people like before.

Just using free tools like the Keyword Research of Good Ads and you can know if you have a good campaign and how much people are spending per click. You can make an estimation of the ROI that you could have… that’s fundamental. Think and then act. Good market research can save you a lot of money and time.

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Who are you and what do you do?

I’m one of the founding partners at Revered Management which has bases in London, Los Angeles and Melbourne. We are a full service agency representing producers, DJ’s and singer/songwriters from across the globe including Two Can, Gianni Marino, Jaydon Lewis, SIHK, SKAN, Needs No Sleep, Shimica and LUNA MAY.

What made you initially want to get into the music industry? Where did it all start?

I unintentionally got my start in music back in 2010. Some friends asked me to join them for a show, when I googled the artist they wanted to see nothing really came up. He was a new DJ/producer from Indonesia called Angger Dimas that had picked up attention in Laidback Luke’s production forums and at the time only been on a few music outlets (Beat My Day and Chemical Jump – which no longer exist). The show was him and a then largely unknown Avicii for a Vicious Recordings label night at a small club down the street from my house.

That night I met Angger and over the next week we hung out and became friends, at one point I mentioned he needed a website and to be active on social media. A few weeks went by and I got a notification on facebook that I was now an admin of his facebook page. I joined his team from then covering PR and Digital Strategy, which eventually led to me becoming his manager for several years. In the time I worked with him we did an album on Dim Mak, toured many parts of the world, played festivals such as Tomorrowland, TomorrowWorld and collaborated with the likes of Steve Aoki and Diplo. The first year or so, I did completely for fun in my spare time and I loved it so much I’ve been in music ever since.

What does your job consist of on a day to day basis?

Sending & replying emails/slacks/whatsapps, chasing assets for release deadlines, checking charts, discussing plans with our team, artists and the labels they are signed to. As well as hunting for new opportunities, vocalists, pitching instrumentals, toplines to other producers and executing on current release and remix plans.

What do you enjoy most about it?

I love music because it helps people feel, express emotions and escape. As someone who is not musical by nature, I love being part of the process and helping artists take an idea that started from their head and get it in front of listeners and heard around the world.

What’s your biggest achievement to date?

I think my biggest achievement would be that I get to work with the roster of acts that I do and call it my job. Our acts combined have reached tens of millions of people but through music I have been lucky enough to make lifelong friends, travel around the world and listen to music all day.

Any tips and tricks that you wish you knew when you started?

Be humble. Always keep learning, read books, listen to interviews and understand what is going on in the market. When I got my first job at a label they’d been around for over 20 years and survived through the change from Vinyl to CD to Downloads. In the short time since I’ve been in music, downloads are basically now dead and streaming has taken over. You should always try to be embracing new technology trends and not just hold on to what you’re comfortable with as you’ll get left behind.

For the readers looking to pursue a career in your field, do you have any advice for them?

For anyone looking to get in to artist management, you need to have a strong network, thick skin, ambition and solid understanding of the music business. Find a mentor and try first to get a job or internship at a label or management agency and learn how the game works from the inside out while growing your contacts. You should also get a copy of books such as ‘The Operator’, ‘How To Win Friends and Influence People’ and the ‘Art Of War’ to build solid foundations in managing people and negotiation.

How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?

I call up one of my artists and talk for a bit or I go for a walk and clear my head. Usually halfway through that walk I get about 50 ideas I want to try to work on and I am ready to go. If that fails I go listen/watch Gary Vaynerchuk and I’ll snap into focus pretty quick after.

What do you do when your not working (for downtime)?

I’m not very good at balance, downtime isn’t really a thing when you have a roster and team spread out across 8 time zones. Maybe when I’ve reached more of my goals I’ll chill out. I think because I thoroughly enjoy what I do, it often doesn’t feel like work! Sometimes I’ll watch Netflix or listen to podcasts, but usually I’d rather be productive and get things done.

What do you look for in an artist and/or what would advice would you give to artists wanting to be under your management?

I look for kind people with talent, a vision and patience. One of the artists I manage now I advised for over 2 years before I felt ready to take him on as a client. Great things don’t happen overnight and in music what often appears like an overnight success was actual 10 years of hard work.

Any recent announcements and/or upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?

Two Can are about to drop the remixes for their debut single on Warner, Gianni Marino has had his latest single with ILY land in a few New Music Fridays and has a new one on Barong Family this week, Jaydon Lewis has a new single on PRMD and SKAN has an album coming on Tribal Trap shortly!

Your own personal tips for success (either in music or life in general)?

Most people say you need balance, and I think that’s true to a degree but you also can save that for later. Work hard and create opportunities in the early years and it’ll pay off later. You don’t need to go to every event that’s on or that you get invited to, sometimes I get my best work done on a Friday night.
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This week we have a special guest Marc Bandecchi ! Find out more below  !

Who are you and what’s your background?

My name is Marc Bandecchi, I live in The Netherlands but my dad is from Italy, which basically makes me half Italian as well. I got the music vibe from my dad who used to play in a band when he was younger.
So when I was 4 years old I got my first guitar and that’s how I started to know and like music.

What does your job consist of on a day to day basis?

So right now I’m actually a student at the Conservatory in Haarlem, a well-known music school where you can study e-music and improve your productions and dj skills and learn more about the theory and other aspects of music (like commercials, games and movies). Other than that I make music daily and try to stay active on social media (posting on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook) and connect with other artists to eventually collaborate.

What are your biggest achievements to date?


My biggest achievements to date are of course the Trap Nation release/upload of my remix for The Chainsmokers and my single ‘No More’. Also one of the biggest YouTubers in the world, DudePerfect, has recently used my single ‘Walking On Fire’ in one of their YouTube videos, which has got over 17 million views in less than 3 weeks!

Any tips and tricks that you wish you knew when you started?

Best tips and tricks are by far to connect with new people and to make loads of songs to send to labels. I used to always be afraid of what to write and how I would react if a DJ/Producer wasn’t replying or giving me short or negative feedback on one of my songs. At the end, it’s super important to let everyone know you’re there, make sure you contact blogs, YouTube channels and Labels and try to convince them that your music is the best. So don’t be scared of sending your music to others, eventually it will pay off.

For the readers looking to pursue a career in your field, do you have any advice for them?


My advice is to be patient. Don’t only look at what the other artists do on social media. Try not to think that others are better than you in whatever way (social life, production life). I always say, your time will come, it doesn’t matter if it will happen today or in one year time! If you work hard and promote your music and talent, sooner or later they will notice you and, yet again, it will be worthwhile.

How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?


This question is a hard one to answer. When I have no motivation I tend to get out, go to see my girlfriend or meet my friends. Watching a movie is also something that can clear your mind. It is also super important not to be stuck in the studio 24/7, and make sure your mind gets enough rest.

Any upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?


I have a new follow up single with MenEnd ready for release. Last year we worked together on our single ‘Is It Possible’, which was successfully published by Enhanced Music. This second song will come out in July and what will come after… well, that will be a surprise + deffo teasing that EP, which will drop, sooner or later ;).

Episode 10 is just around the corner which we have something special in-store for you. This weeks episode features a good friend of ours Robin, hope you enjoy this episode.

Who are you and what’s your background?

Hi Readers, my name is Robin Blaauboer and I’m the CEO of Chill Planet / Planets Music.
As well I’m doing the social media promotion for a couple of artists I met during the past years. (Mainly Soundcloud and Spotify wise).
I’ve been active in the music industry for about 9 years, I started as a drummer, after that I’ve been into DJ’ing / producing and later on I started my own platform ‘Chill Planet.
What does your job consist of on a day to day basis? 

I’m still attending the Herman Brood Academie in Utrecht so I need to combine school / music every day.

For me it’s most of the time having contact with all the artists, searching for new talents, pitching the new songs to our partners and having contact with other managers to get for example a Spotify playlist take-over done.
What’s your biggest achievement to date? 

 

My biggest achievement to date is that I’m working with people I looked up to when I was young.
As well I’m really happy we’ve reached about +30M streams across all platforms.
Any tips and tricks that you wish you knew when you started? 

 

Not really, I’ve been (Still) learning a lot of things from people around me (Especially Jake Huntley from Tuvali) and I’m happy everyone supported us during the past years.
How do you overcome days where you have no motivation?

 

To be honest, I’ve almost always had motivation to work on my platform ‘Chill Planet!
This is because I get motivated a lot when I look at the last month Soundcloud / Spotify streams and when I know I’ve got a lot of sick productions coming out.
Any upcoming stuff you would like to announce to the readers?

This Friday we’ve got a new song dropping (Free Download) by D-Wayne and Pnut & Jelly, it’s a Bass House banger so be ready for this one!

As well we’re working on our own limited merchandise!