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Gabry Venus talks his debut on Sosumi with “El Bandolero”

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Kryder’s imprint Sosumi Records is a pillar of the Groove scene, always delivering the freshest tech and tribal tracks from uprising producers. This time the “World’s no.1 free dance music label” welcomes Italian DJ, producer, and radio host Gabry Venus with a majestic tribal banger, “El Bandolero“.

Premiered by the boss Kryder himself on Kryteria Radio, this track brings you epic latin vibes together with a powerful drop filled with heavy hitting drums and catchy trumpet melodies.

Gabry Venus talk about his debut on Sosumi with “El Bandolero”

We also had a chat with the Gabry himself, to discover more about him and his music.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column css=”.vc_custom_1513184068180{background-color: #efefef !important;}”][vc_toggle title=”Hey man! Would you like to introduce yourself to our readers?” open=”true”]Hello guys! It’s a pleasure to be with you, Groove Cartel is an amazing community! Allow me to introduce myself: I’m Gabry Venus the Flying DJ! Yes it’s true, and it’s revealed in my video teaser for my release on Sosumi Records: I fly! I’m a paraglider pilot, house music producer and DJ; I’m from Rome, I have a wonderful ten years old daughter and that’s all my life in 2 lines! I guess you will appreciate this instead of a “when I was young…” style Bio. If not, you can still go and check my press kit![/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How do you get inspired to produce a new track?” open=”true”]Usually, I get inspirations for my productions from a mix of 2 elements: listening to a lot of music, (both new and very old!), and my everyday life. In part, because those two things coincide, as in my everyday life I MUST listen to a lot of music! And also because while flying with a paraglider you get a lot of inspiration as an artist! I swear, you should really try![/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”How’s being both a producer and a radio host?” open=”true”]Well, as I said before, being a producer means to listen to a lot of music, and working in a radio definitely helps. However, working for a radio does not necessarily means listening to the music you would like to. For example, I used to be a speaker for a phone pranks radioshow for years! So I spent most of the time getting people crazy on the phone. Now I mostly do house music radio shows, so I can actually listen a lot more of “my” music. Anyway, breathing the radio atmosphere is something special if you’re planning your career in the music biz.[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Talk us about your future plans” open=”true”]I love what I’m doing and I know it’s not easy nowadays to make a living from that. But I’ve always lived of music: working for a Radio Station first, djing, organizing parties and so on. To live with the music you produce is a dream, so… it’s worth to try! Talking about future records, I have something very interesting coming up next! What I can tell you by now is that I’ve just made a remix for one of the band that inspired my musical life (stay tuned and you’ll know!) and I’m working on a follow up on Sosumi after “El Bandolero”. And something else…[/vc_toggle][vc_toggle title=”Would you say hi to our readers?” open=”true”]Hey guys, very happy to meet you all! Here at Groove Cartel you have a lovely community, and this is the proper spirit to do something good in the music universe: sharing, collaborating and participating. Keep up the good work, and see you soon![/vc_toggle][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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