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Victor Calderone
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Position: 
89

Questions Top100 DJs 2007 - admin - 2015-06-30 17:20

Style: 
Tribal-tech-house
Best known for: 
Tribal
Tune of the year: 
Dennis Ferrer's 'Transitions'. It reminds me of house music in the early-'90s.
Producer of 2007: 
Dennis Ferrer. He's got the old-school deep vibe down, fused with a bit of tech.
Breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2007: 
Martinez Brothers. The boys are 15 and 18-years-old and they are killing it.
Your musical inspiration: 
I get inspiration from my travels and dancefloors around the world.
Best festival on the planet: 
Sunny Beach, Bulgaria
Best bit of kit: 
The CDJ 1000s are the most reliable players out there. They respond really well when you want to catch those on-the-fly moments.
What tune makes you cry: 
There is a lot of music that pulls me in emotionally but not to the point of tears.
Naughtiest thing you've done this year: 
Dads aren't naughty!

"It's been a pretty incredible year," says New York's Victor Calderone, the man whose golden touch earned him numerous remixes for Madonna during the late-'90s and beyond. "I've made a whole transition with my sound, made it a little bit more underground and techier."
This has resulted in new night, Evolve, attracting guests like Carl Cox, Tom Stephan and DJ Deep, and spawning a mix CD to showcase his sound.
"I've moved away from doing big remixes for pop artists," says Victor. "I'm doing what inspires me and it's pretty rewarding."

With a new studio completed after eight months of hard work, Victor's also about to lay down this change of direction in his productions.
"I'm looking forward to getting in there and cranking out some new music," he smiles. "Taking a risk has paid off for me. I feel I've matured as a DJ and producer and continue to grow, learn and evolve."

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