Dj, producer, party maker and dancefloor shaker, Matias Aguayo has been exploring sounds and music for over a decade, in which he travelled a lot, collaborated with some great artists, joined Kompakt and started his own record label, C├│meme. His music has been described as ÔÇťuniversalÔÇŁ ÔÇô in his dj sets, youÔÇÖll find a mixture of different genres, from Latin beats, a window to his origins, to his signature techno and house, riddled with his own voice samples. WeÔÇÖre very happy to be able to share with you this insider with Matias Aguayo now – just a few months after weÔÇÖve interviewed his good friend and C├│meme pee, Christian S, and exactly one year after our first feeder insider.
Read the whole conversation for a peek in the life and music of this wonderful artist.
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When travelling, I like to… film videos out of the windows of planes and train observing strange phenomena visible to the everyday traveller, I take time to read, observe people and their habits, imagine I am somebody else on some dangerous mission, drink a lot of water, write down ideas in little books, make rhythms, learn languages or learn about languages, learn about music and dancing, about food, about communication.
Perhaps my greatest wish is to… be an actor in a funny movie.
My musicÔÇÖs defining features are… Drums, Bass, Vocals. Sometimes chords.
One of the biggest accomplishments in my life is… my spaghetti carbonara.
My favorite studio tools are… the microphone Sennheiser MD 441, the Vermona lancet retroverb, the critter & guitari pocketpiano, my black maracas, the mfb tanzb├Ąr. The Tempest, and the electroharmonix 45000!
IÔÇÖve always been fascinated by… Bette Davis
In a few years, IÔÇÖll be… a famous funny movie actor.
When djÔÇÖing, I always pay close attention to… the best people in the crowd. I focus on the ones who enjoy the music most and are most supportive and show the best dancing moves. If I get in contact with them, they can cause a contagious reaction extending (cite┼čte ├«n continuare…)