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 spread the music and 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 has 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.
Psytrance Guide is a small side-project made for fun out of my love to the Psy scene. It’s a guide to the variety of Psytrance subgenres that made for education and entertainment.
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.