Who do you consider to be the biggest talents of this moment and why?
Sacke: Good question, but I can not tell. I consider that there is no good or bad music, there is music for everyone of us, music is subjective, it is personal. If someone plays a rhythm on a bottle with two sticks, and he has two people that listen… the music is good.
What gets you more excited, going at a non-electronic music concert or attending an EDM party?
Sacke: The real reason for which I do enjoy attending parties of any kind of genre, including non-electronic and EDM, is that I get the chance to discover new sounds and vibes. This is essential in my process of making music, given that I always search to get inspiration not only from the electronic type of music, but also from various sounds such as tribal, jazz, funk, abstract electronic music and more.
For me, a party it`s not only a “have fun” experience, but it`s also an opportunity for research and improvement. I have always been focused on improving my electronic music mixing skills, while also, more importantly, I am also looking to reinvent myself and my music in order to keep up with the trend.
Where you’d become a resident if you had the opportunity?
Sacke: At the moment I don’t see my self as a resident.
When did you buy your first vinyl?
Sacke: To be honest.. not so long time ago, I think in 2014.
I had vinyl records before, different people or friends used to give them to me as gifts, but the first vinyl I bought was Onur Ozer and Binh / Treatment002.
Why do you think people should listen to your productions, how are they distinct?
Sacke: I consider my productions to be unique in their own way, given that each of my productions has a message or a story behind it. The process actually starts from a story, a message that needs to be addressed or a feeling which I want everyone else to feel by listening to my music.
Also, even though I am interested in keeping up with the trend, for me is also important to create music for the minorities that enjoy listening to electronic music with non-electronic tendencies.