Creating sounds to awaken our soul.
See the truth.
Be the magic.
Tell us a little about you and your work:
I make psytrance tracks using a laptop and headphones. I’ve worked in any condition including while living in a tent. The music is the soundtrack of my inner world during all the phases of the night.
Currently what projects are you working on? And what future plans have you chalked out for yourself?:
I’m finishing my first album “HOMOSEPIANS UNITE” and started work on my next one. I’m planning to take part in the psytrance community promoting unity and peace on earth.
What influenced you to get into your field?:
All music for me is a way for us to learn how to leave in harmony. How to bring together people from every corner of the earth. Celebrate our common soul and dance as one.
As an artist, what role do you think you play in society?:
Being a promoter of light, of love and of peace. To remind us of the divine spark in us that gives us hope for a better future.
You obviously love what you do…but what do you love the most about your work?:
Diving into the field of music and by being there I heal myself.
Creating on a regular basis can be a bloody tough job, so what motivates you to press yourself into the workstation every single day?:
It’s my therapy.
Everybody has to start somewhere, usually at the bottom of the ladder, either as the bus-boy or the shoe-shiner. What was the very first job you had?:
Worked in a book store.
Creativity and psychedelics work together. Do you agree? Why/Why not?:
Anyone who looked into his own consciousness can feel the creating impulse that is everywhere. By that we tune into the heart of the universe.
Are you pro-weed culture? Why do you think the majority of the population goes against the green?:
I am pro a time where it’s a free choice to use any plant that comes from mother earth. I feel the way we use the plants is where the focus should be. I hope the culture of using medicinal plants will mature and by that also get more understanding and freedom from all cultures.
At the end of the ride, everyone’s looking for some form of success (tangible or not), what does success mean to you?:
Success is being brave enough to do what you love.