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Questions Top100 DJs 2015 - Jon Dommett - 2015-11-13 10:44

Style: 
“Big-room, energetic anthems.”
Best known for: 
“'Never Say Goodbye', 'Leprechauns & Unicorns', and launching my own label WOLV.”
Tune of the year: 
“Dyro 'Foxtrot'.”
From: 
Leiden in the Netherlands
Breakthrough DJ/producer of 2015: 
“Loopers.”
What’s the most important skill a DJ should have?: 
“Originality.”
Is the future still bright for EDM?: 
“It seems now that everyone wants to be a DJ of this style or put on the latest producer just because they sell tickets, even if they’re not actually the best at what they do. The future is still bright but I think it will also evolve.”
Does the constant travelling and DJ lifestyle ever take its toll on you mentally?: 
“Not me, I can see how it does with some guys, it’s sometimes six or seven shows a week, it can be so tiring. As a DJ you have to not give in or overdo the lifestyle.”
What cause is closest to your heart?: 
“Education. Everyone needs the right to education.”
Which club would you like to bring back from the dead?: 
“I heard Mansion in Miami was closing, which is pretty sad, I’ve had some of the best nights there with the Bassjackers X Tour and Revealed.”
Why aren’t there more women in the Top 100 DJs poll?: 
“Because there aren’t enough behind the decks!”
What do you think of DJs who use ghost producers?: 
“It’s up to them, I wouldn’t use one but I suppose we’ll never know about the rest.”

This year, Dyro (real name Jordy Van Egmond) has gone big. He started his own imprint, WOLV, that's allowed him to expand his own catalogue, saying, “We went down on the bpms as I was getting bored of 127/128 bpm, I wanted to show another side to myself and the label”. 

In fact, keeping things fresh is very important to the Dutch EDM don — that's why he started his imprint in the first place. "I did it to have my own outlet that I could control completely and just to release cool tracks that I dig,” he says.

Aside from his new imprint, Dyro's already lined up hotly-anticipated collaborations with Headhunterz and Milo & Otis for next year, as well as promising his fans “lots of exciting new shows and, of course, WOLV material for 2016!”

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