What I do
A brief introduction for new followers, in simple words
It’s kind of funny that I have a fancy press release with “official” biography and all, but none of the press mentions, nor my social network pages nor the website tell what I really do in a simple way. Perhaps, some people subscribe to my blog by RSS not knowing about the radio show I host, or some others have no idea what I’m doing in the first place?
I would like to take a moment to put together everything I do and briefly introduce myself. And since this blog is a bit more personal space than any of my other pages on the web, I thought it’s a perfect place do this here.
I’m a professional electronic music producer since 2012 and a passionate music lover for the whole life. The music I make can be tagged as Psytrance and Progressive, although it’s not quite fit the boundaries of one particular genre. So far I made two full-length studio albums and dozens of singles released on various record labels which considered as one of the most credible labels in the underground Trance scene.
To keep myself in a good shape as a DJ, I host a monthly radio show called Rave Podcast. It’s broadcasted on Digitally Imported radio every first Tuesday of a month and showcases underground music and featuring guest artists from all over the world.
Touring worldwide and playing at the festivals and clubs around the world is what I do and one my ultimate career goals. I’m open for new potential gigs, Digital Om Production now handles my bookings.
Education has become a big part of my life since I started the “Advice” series where every week I answer the questions people send me on music production, marketing, music industry, and other aspects of the music career. Now I’m on a mission of creating an educational course for music producers to help them succeed in the music industry.
I work as an A&R Manager at JOOF Recordings as well. I listen to incoming demos, communicate with the artists and help the label to keep things organised.
At some point, this very blog is also become one of my projects I care about. It’s a platform allowing me to speak with the audience on a much personal level, share the knowledge and my career’s progression over time. If you here for the first time, here are some of the blog’s tags I’d suggest exploring first: Behind the scenes, Time traveller’s archive, Track of the week.
Feel free to get in touch whether it’s a collaboration offer, a booking request, a demo for the label, or you just want to say hello. I read every single message and typically reply within a week.