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We have had the honor of interviewing the electro-house producer AUDEE from Spain! Who has just released his new single, “CHERUBIC OBSIDIAN” on the Swedish music platform Spotify.

  • Where are you from?

Originally from Barcelona and currently based in London, both are creation hubs with a solid electronic dance music scene.

  • Who are your biggest artistic influences?

Certainly, Armin van Buuren and Tiesto in their early career days, discovered the world of trance. Nicky Romero´s electro-house tracks also enriched me with a different perspective which allowed me to add a more energetic layer to my music. Finally, artists like Shapov and Dada Life have also shaped my style.

  • Tell me about how your creation part begins, and how is your workflow.

I follow a top-down approach when it comes to music production. I spend a lot of time in defining the idea, the structure, and the vibe of the track, execution follows naturally.

  • Where do you find inspiration?

Usually through long walks around London´s Regents Park and while clubbing/performing, where I can really see which kind of sounds work best in a venue environment.

  • When is your favorite time of day to create your music?

I am definitely a night person, my production time starts around 10 pm and can finish as late (or as early) as 6 am. If I am inspired, I lose consciousness of time and can keep going for hours.

  • Describe how art is essential to society nowadays

Art is a much better form of expression than words. Art is there to grasp and perpetuate ideas. Furthermore, there are no barriers to entry, anyone can make music.

  • What motivates you to create?

    Not even food or good sex beat the joy of creating your own piece. I enjoy the whole process, from the frustrations to the completion of the project, making music is what truly makes me happy.
  • How do you define success as a music artist?

Being able to reflect your emotions accurately through your music would define success as a music artist to me, I am slowly getting there.



  • Does art help you in other areas of your life?

I feel that society, the corporate world, and day-to-day life tend to progressively cast off creativity from individuals, so making music is a good way to keep it alive!

  • How do you develop your art skills?


I have engaged in many DJ & music production courses, ranging from a scratching seminar in a US summer camp to a sound engineering class in London. This allowed me to develop my core skillset; however, it has only been after years of practice, tears, and sleepless nights that I have been able to find my style.

  • Where will we see you in 5 years?

In the last few years, I have spent time enhancing my production skills, in the medium term I see myself performing more and more in underground clubs in Europe and Asia. Would also embrace the opportunity to perform in iconic places like Tomorrowland and Ushuaia.

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