1. What has changed and what does stay in the way you produce music throughout these years?
The only thing that has changed in my production of music is my constant evolving improvement of techniques and the ability to replicate what I imagine inside my head. I have learnt a lot from Kaidi, Akwasi and Matt Lord. I even got tips from Mr Larry Mizell.
2. How would you explain your attitude to genre crossing?
There is no real thing called genre of music. All that truly matters is good music or bad music.. I love a wide range of stuff and i only become selective when my mood demands it. I think “music genre tags” is helpful in one sense to find a sound but also damages music causing barriers and closed minds.
3. Which are the differences between the sound of 4Hero and the sound of Dego?
4Hero had evolved from a hard dance music sound to a kind of orchestrated ensemble. My music is less dramatic. I am fixated on the groove and pulse. The funk the flow and spirit of Africa via Jamaica to London with Afro American influence. The shit that makes your face contort when you hear it!! You hear it but your body demands you move to it!! I guess i am really talking about the target I have for my music rather than its sound.
4. Do you recognise any younger English or international producer who has picked up your teachings or who share your same vision of electronic music?
Dego interview by Eudosia Luxemburg Crispy.
Saturday 13 December 2014 | 23:00 – 05:00 Crispy W/ Dego, Volcov, Dax, Gang Of Ducks at Factory Club / Padova
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