21. Favourite record of all time?
Radiohead – Everything In Its Right Place.
22. One thing you couldn’t live without?
23. Favourite food?
Raclette. The coolest thing on earth is to gratinate things with cheese. But even cooler is to gratinate cheese with cheese. My favorite is suisse raclette cheese with Gruyère, Camembert and Cheddar. Could die for it.
24. Movies or books?
Both. I read a lot but I also watch a lot of movies. Even though movies have lost a bit of their magic today. There’s more and more special effects and less and less good storytelling.
25. Vinyl or CDJs?
Old school. Vinyl. My parents had a great vinyl collection and I grew up with it.
26. Favourite country to travel to?
I love Italy. The food, the people, and my sister is living there; that’s an unbeatable advantage that Italy has over any other country.
27. Favourite club you’ve played at?
I’ve played in a lot of good clubs but playing at Watergate in Berlin is always special for me.
28. Favourite festival you’ve played at?
I loved playing the carpark at Tobacco Dock for the London Electronic Arts Festival (LEAF). It was my first time playing in the UK and the vibe there just blew my mind. I’m very much looking forward to playing Awakenings on New Years Eve too, I’m sure that will be one for the books.
29. Craziest story of being on the road?
Many years back I played at Kazantip Festival Ukraine with my buddy Martin Eyerer. They gave us a room that actually was a joke. Just one 80x200cm mattress, no real door. So we asked for another room and they said no problem, but you have to wait for it because of bla bla bla. So we were waiting all day, and every 3 hours or something we asked them again about the room and they said no problem, it will be ready in a few minutes. In the evening, after waiting for ages, a couple came to the place and after a while our room was ready. Afterwards, it turned out that they threw them out of the room to gave it to us, that was really odd and the couple went off and we couldn’t do anything about it.
30. Weirdest request as a DJ?
I was playing a strong techno set in a club and there was an old guy, somewhere in his seventies and he was dancing the whole time. At some point he came to me and asked: ’Any chance you can play an Elvis track?’ I said ’Sorry, I don’t have Elvis’. He turned around saying ’You young guys know nothing about good music. Always just boom boom boom…’