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Questions Top100 DJs 2010 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:07

Style: 
Balearic trance
Best known for: 
Magic Island music for Balearic people
Tune of the year: 
Tim Berg 'Bromance (Avicii's Arena Mix)'
Gig of 2010: 
Eurofest Mexico City
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2010: 
Nuera
Best new club visited this year: 
Club Obama in Shanghai
Favourite non-dance album of 2010: 
I don't know if it's from this or last year, but I'm a big fan of Kings Of Leon and play their album 'Only By The Night' on full rotation
Essential three suitcase tour items: 
Iberogast and Imodium Medizin, because I have a sensitive stomach and can't eat spicy. Another important item is my iPhone and of course my small wireless keyboard
Which actor would play you in a film of your life: 
Nicolas Cage
Best thing about being a DJ: 
To make the people around the world happy with my music.
Best end-of-the-night tune: 
I played my remix of Andain 'Beautiful Things' as a perfect ending on all my shows this year
Life is one long, roller-coasting, Magic Island-induced experience for Roger Shah. He's constantly on a mission, be it a veritable Balearic mission, to take his intoxicating trance sounds across the world, to far-flung or near, to boldly go… well, you get the picture. "I'm happy about my life. I have the chance to live my dream and passion - even I have to say that my whole life changed within the past two years, but I'm very happy about the development," says Roger. Releasing a wave of hedonistic tunes through his Magic Island imprint, 2010 has been even more spanking than last year, when he made his second appearance in the Top 100. "It's a vote from the fans and music lovers from all over the world, it shows me that I'm not that wrong with what I'm doing," Roger tells us. The tone and pace are set with the imminent release of his next Sunlounger album, tying in nicely with intense tour action between now and March 2011. "It's going to be the biggest project in my career so far, working with many different artists from all over the world," he explains.

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