Upcoming Guests – Taking Interview Questions for the Following Acts:
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Answers So Far..

  • Someone asked:
    That last question about NYC scenes was for Adam X btw! ~Xan Bishop from Detroit
  • Someone asked:
    Was there a big difference between the house scene and techno scenes in NYC back in the day? Where did you fit in? ~Xan Bishop from Detroit
  • Someone asked:
    How about some real insider stuff, like, for example - Berghain DJ fees? :)))) At least tell us if gigs in popular Berlin clubs are paid well or whether they serve mostly as a promotional platform for DJs? Cheerio
  • Someone asked:
    Guests: Tensal/Exeium Cleric Emmanuel P.E.A.R.L. Oscar Mulero CTRLS Phase KR!S
  • Someone asked:
    What's your strategy to getting gigs in a new environment (e.g. after moving to a new city) ? Are there any tips for DJ's/producers who are not established enough to rely on their name to get gigs? For example, after you moved to Berlin, did you put effort into finding gigs there or did you just produce music and wait for calls? 😀
  • Someone asked:
    How do you find "your sound/style/stamp to make something different?
  • Someone asked:
    Whats are some stories of yours or your guests that you hope don't end up in the "Secret DJ" book ?
  • Someone asked:
    I've been producing for a few years and find it really frustrating...the stuff I make is just not good enough. I keep trying because I have such a strong desire to make something that sounds as good as the stuff I love, but I often just want to give up. If I believed that I could make a Frozen Border record by keeping my nose to the grindstone for another 5 years, I would think that it was all worth it. But I normally feel like I just don't have the magic and that, no matter how hard I try, it will just never completely click. So the questions are: how common is it for successful producers, when they are learning the ropes, to think that they're never going to make anything that doesn't completely suck? And is it common for that discouraging feeling to last a long time (like years)?
  • Someone asked:
    Have a talk about playdifferently Model 1.What du you think? What do you think the ambassadors think? Just pushing Richie? Why are Friends of him like Sven, not using it? Get Chris Liebing to the Show, pleeeease 🙂 Rob
  • Someone asked:
    Dustin, what is your definition of 'rough and ready' techno that you often reference? Do you classify doing one take with a Prophet 08 'rough and ready'? Or is it one take with all the machines running? Using soft synths or hardware? Is your techno 'rough and ready'? or is someone like Tensel a 'rough and ready' producer?
AMA by Million Clues!