Dyro on How Working with Hardwell and Tiësto Was "At First a Little Bit Intimidating"
So you don't have a solid out album out yet, any plans to make one?
To make an album I think you have to be a really settled artist. I mean, look at Hardwell, he hasn't done an album yet. It's also really hard to find a proper deal with a major label. There's a lot of technical stuff behind making an album. You need a lot of support from majors and everything. You just have to wait until you are a little bigger to do stuff like that.
Speaking of music, I feel like music can be an art or a science to people. Some people are more attracted to logic and theory of music creation, where others side more with the emotional intaginnable connectivity and art aspect of it. Which side do you lean on?
Yeah, I really lean one way. There's a lot of guys who produce by trial and error and want to be creative and do what they feel like. But I feel like it's really important to know the technical aspect of producing as well. I read a lot of books about producing, watched a lot of tutorials, read a lot of blogs and internet forums so, I think it's really important to know both.
Is DJing something you see yourself doing forever? Where do you see yourself in five, or 10 years?
DJing is really something. You look at Chester and he's been doing it forever. I don't see myself DJing until I'm 40, but producing, you can do it from anywhere, I could see myself doing it for a long time.
You have a day off to do absolutely nothing, money is no object, what would you be doing?
Wow. [Pause] I would go to Bora Bora.
Why Bora Bora?
I've heard a lot about it. It looks really cool. I have a lot going on in my head, so I want to relax and put my phone away and just be on an island for a long time. Just chill and do nothing.
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