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A deep conversation with San Holo

A deep conversation with San Holo

Music
Ahead of his debut show in London we met up with San Holo at Hangar in South London. He told us all about inspirations, life, creating "album1" and perceiving emotions to create music. Here's how our chat went. How did you start making music? When I was about 13 years old I started playing guitar in high school. Ever since then I was never like a decision for me. I didn't have any back up plans. Music was the only thing I could do, it sounds very cliché but it was not like I could do languages or maths or biology. I really was just music, I couldn't picture myself doing anything else. And I was actually very good at it. I am glad music turned out to be my full time career because most kids at my age, when they go to university they have a plan. I went to a school where I had to
Tomorrowland show comes to Amsterdam Dance Event 2019

Tomorrowland show comes to Amsterdam Dance Event 2019

Music
On Thursday the 17th, and Friday the 18th of October, the Ziggo Dome will be completely taken over by the show: OUR STORY – 15 Years Tomorrowland. Travelling to Amsterdam is a part of all the special festivities that are being held this year to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Tomorrowland, the annual festival held in the Belgian town of Boom. The first edition of Tomorrowland took place in 2005 and in the meantime, the festival has grown into the most popular and spectacular music festival in the world. This year, the 15th anniversary will be celebrated in all kinds of ways, such as the recent launch of Tomorrowland One World Radio. Also, this coming weekend, the very first winter edition of Tomorrowland will be held in the French Alps. And then, of course, there are also the two magi

Justin Mylo on what it means to be an artist today

Entertainment, Music
Words: Sal Fasone | Subbing: Lavinia Petrucci We interviewed Justin Mylo ahead of his first ever UK show in London. He told us about the struggles of being an artist, how to make the perfect track and coping with success at a young age. When we walked into his hotel, Justin Mylo was waiting for us at the lobby. He was relaxed and wouldn't show any sign of stress, I mean you're about to play one of the biggest London venue, Brixton Academy, how can you be so chill? I've just found out it's a huge venue, I didn't really know (laughs). But once we walk into his room he tells us all about his feelings, the way he started his career and the struggles new artists may find along the way if they want their music to be successful. He's here to open for his long-time friend Martin Garri
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