“Those who know Mino's sets know they are usually energetic driving, sometimes a bit bouncy, but also sometimes driving and creaky. Long story short, it may also be techno from time to time."
"The emotion contained in the set that he is capturing is tension. Tension because this time in which we are all stuck demands everything from each individual. Tension that must be discharged. Tension that rises until the first foot can be put back on the dance floor, till the first pen-drive is in the player and the DJ is pressing that one button: PLAY! So that no one forgets which tension fields bring so right on tour, this piece is straight forward.”
"To be free and creative, to do what you love, to feel it, to live it. To be flexible in everyday life and above all the joy of passion in djing and producing."
"I get inspiration from projects, from moments, from parties, a trip there or back. Sometimes also outside in nature, it depends. I draw mostly from emotional and energetic moments."
"Doing what you love! If you love what you do and can sustainably live your life with it. Success doesn't come from anywhere, the road to it is hard and you have to fight for it. In a way, success for me also means making mistakes."
"If you use failures well, they become success. Its important to grow with your projects."
"Recognition of clubs as cultural sites. And the protection of their displacement. In our society, electronic music is often equated as a place of entertainment. If you look at the history of techno or house for example, it is definitely part of building our society in Berlin after the fall of the wall. And as such it is worth protecting. It is terrible that especially in Berlin so many clubs are driven out. Although they really make the spirit of the city."
"At the moment: i_o - Possession
Of all times: Elektrochemie - Pleasure Seeker"
"Dare, trust in yourself, keep going no matter what other people say - and fight for your dream!"
"We broke new ground, tried new things. Personally, I opened up many new niches for myself and benefited from the crisis as a result. We put together a festival that we probably wouldn't have done so easily before. But the need and the demand and the love were too big."
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