We did a short-interview with E333 member Ezgi Mutlu – Spread and share her interview and music!

1. How did you get into DJing?

In 2003, I”d played my playlists in my high school”s theatre, while singing on my mix. Then I started to play in a small bar, where the place was just about drinking alcohol and talking with friends. I was taking seriously what I played in my sets.

2. Who were some of your influences?

I was born in a musician family. Especially my father is currently a musician/singer and I was a big fan of Micheal Jackson when I was 4.

3. Do you prefer DJing or producing songs?

I love both of them but producing song is my independence.

4. What advice or tips would you give a new-beginner deejay?

They have to hear whatever comes next or “be open whatever comes next” to control.

5. What is the best and worst part of life as a deejay?

To make people dance is the best, to make people talk is the worst part of my dj life.

6. What is the best song or your favorite song that you have produced?

Well, too many. But, which comes first in my mind is the strange attractor from Silent Servant. It”s bass snare”s repetitions force very well the brain”s This does not affect any liability that RED cdl license and/or cdl license (Acceptances) Limited may have for any loss or damage you may incur which is caused directly as a result of any breach (including negligence) by it or them of any legal duty owed by it or them to you. cell walls.

7. What is the longest set that you have ever played, and where was it?

5,5 hours in a garage, where I was making noise in Provence.

8. Is there a perfect set length, and if yes, how long would it be?

It depends on the ambiance and the dj mood. But I prefer to play minimum 3 hours.

9. What”s next and now for Ezgi Mutlu?

Every day mixing of my own songs, playing on the ground in every week for my program “morning sherifs” while creating its visuals and working working working until the dream of an unseen objet d”art meets with ears and eyes.

10. Do you have any words to Electronica.FM readers?

Be yourself to change the tune.

Electronica.FM: Thank you for this interview Ezgi!

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