Interview with NYC DJ and Producer Dramos

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I think its most important to just be the kind of person others want to be around, i.e. humble, passionate, friendly, etc., and you will find doors begin to open.

I had the privilege to interview NYC born and Jersey raised DJ and producer Dramos. He quickly made a name for himself throughout the New York/New Jersey area and performed at high profile events like Winter Music Conference in Miami, Cornerstone Festival in Illinois and even doing a headlining tour in Puerto Rico. Read the interview to find out more about him.

Tell us about your music
I would consider myself to be an Open-Format DJ so when I produce music I try not to just stick to one style. Growing up on Hip Hop, playing in Metal/Hardcore bands as I got older, then finding the whole dance music rave scene, my influences are all over the place and I try to include elements of each in the music I create.

What do you like most about your profession?
My profession allows me to constantly be creative, as well as be a sort of taste maker. What I like most would just have to be the fact that I can help create an energy that allows people to just have fun.

What’s your favorite album from another artist?

“Man On The Moon: End of Day” by Kid Cudi or “A Weekend In The City” by Bloc Party.

What song of yours are you most proud of?
My most meaningful one is the official remix I did for the track “Flashing Lights” by Dark Intensity. When I first got into DJing I used to always play Dark Intensity’s remixes so its pretty surreal for him to have reached out to me to do a remix for him.

What is the formula for success in the music industry?
I don’t think there is a standard formula but I think its most important to just be the kind of person others want to be around, i.e. humble, passionate, friendly, etc., and you will find doors begin to open.

 

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