Stalks & Talks


A Sit Down With DJ Nifra

Nikoleta Frajkorová better known as “Nifra” is one of the finest female artist from Trance scene. We all know, when it comes to female artists in EDM, trance to be precise, there are not many. But she is one true Trance lady whose sounds are creating aura in her own style. Having her productions and remixes […]


A Sit Down With DJ David Morales

A DJ since the 1980s, David’s famous Red Zone residency in the early 90s saw him, uniquely at the time, mix American and UK dance music together and inspired the moniker for much of his dub mix work. His Red Zone mixes became a must check for house music DJs the world over, as successful an […]


A Sit Down With DJ Florian Meindi

Florian Meindl is an Austrian DJ, producer and sound designer. In addition to numerous collaborations with international artists he is busy with producing remixes and has just successfully completed his BA studies at the London College of Music. He also writes articles about music production in magazines like “FutureMusic” and does music production shows for the […]


A Sit Down With DJ George Acosta

George has helped change and evolve trance from an underground movement to massive festival experiences throughout the world. George Acosta is probably America`s most unique dj and has undoubtedly been a major force in shaping the sound of trance in Miami and beyond says fellow dj Dave Ralph. George Acosta is America’s representative in the […]


A Sit Down With DJ Mako

The story about how LA-based DJ, producer duo Mako came to be is one part fate and one part chance. Alex Seaver and Logan Light‘s fathers were roomates in college at Syracuse back in the 1970s and this formed a life-long friendship between their two families. However the two kids went on two different paths. Seaver attended Julliard, the elite […]


A Sit Down With DJ Tom Hades

Tom Hades started to discover and experiment with electronic music when listening to DAF, Kraftwerk, Front 242, … At the age of 15, he bought his first keyboard, the famous Casio CZ-101 and transformed his game-computer, Amiga 500, into his first DAW. Quickly he got experienced with MIDI-integration and sampling functions, which gave him even […]


A Sit Down With DJ Getter

If you haven’t heard of Tanner Petulla – aka Getter – I don’t know what the frick is wrong with you. Whether it be the OWSLA artist’s insanely well-produced music or his hilarious internet presence, the San Jose native’s wide range of talents has garnered him one of the largest and most loyal followings in electronic music. Producer […]


A Sit Down With DJ Ferry Tayle

Hailing from Strasbourg, France, Ferry Tayle‘s history in music didn’t start out in the trance genre. Jazz was the first style of music he took up and at the young age of seven he learned to play the saxophone, which he went on to play for many years. It wasn’t until he discovered Jean-Michel Jarre that […]


A Sit Down With DJ Mattew Dekay

As a DJ, his appearances have quickly built up a loyal following wherever he goes. He developed his sound while playing extended sets at an early residency at esteemed Stalker club in his hometown of Haarlem, Holland. He has gone on to become not only a headline name in his native land with regular appearances […]


A Sit Down With Dave Clarke

A man who’s rallied against the “really boring” tech house sound since day one, Dave thinks it’s only a matter of time before the genre dies, and like minimal — the tech house precursor — “everyone will go ‘yeah well I never played that.’” In an attempt to repackage tech house acts as techno before […]


A Sit Down With DJ John Askew

Over the last decade his productions and remixes have seen massive support from Eddie Halliwell, Tiesto, Armin van Buuren and Paul van Dyk who has employed John’s remix skills repeatedly on his highly respected Vandit label. After the huge successes of his singles “Vellum”, “The Door” and “New Dimension” and “Chime”, John has gone on […]

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A Sit Down With DJ Michel Woods

From an early age, Woods has prided himself on standing apart from the crowd. He is the son of a music teacher, the U.K.-born Woods was classically trained in a variety of instruments ranging from piano to percussion, and as a youth he even performed briefly with the London Symphony Orchestra. The experience this musicality […]