Up for having a blast in India: DJ Tom Hades
Says Belgian DJ Tom Hades who will be playing in the city tomorrow.music Updated: Oct 26, 2012 02:16 IST
The city has now become a hot spot for international performers. Here’s a new addition — Belgian music producer and Techno DJ Tom Hades, who will be performing in Gurgaon tomorrow.
On his madien visit to India, Hades is curious to know the culture of the country. “Since it is the very first time I’m visiting India and I have always been curious to known about new cultures, it was like the most natural reaction for me to confirm the performances in India,” he says. He is currently working on a number of labels including his own Rhythm Converted and remix requests have been flowing for him. Hades has not heard any Indian musician. “To be honest, everything in India is new for me, so is also the scene and the culture. I’m happy to be able to hear/meet a lot of new people! I met musician Shiv Gupta on skype and I am curious to hear him play of course !” he says.
Been in this line of music for a while, Djing for him is unifying different types of music. “A DJ for me is a person who can bring a unified music style to people who are connected with this and who are more then happy to join a big journey on exploring new tracks in this style. A DJ should always be able to lift up its audience to a level where they can get more energy out of it!, he says.
He is going to stay here for some time and exploring the city is on his mind. “I’m going to stay for about three-four days because I really want to see more of India’s culture! Especially my wife. When I first said to her about the possible bookings she was literally in seventh heaven!” he says.
A foodie at heard, Hades is excited to try Indian food. “I’ve been looking a little around about the Indian food!” Already much impressed by people here, Hades is looking forward to having a blast in Delhi. “I’m expecting a lot because I only have been contacted by so many nice people. If the scene is the same it will be a blast!! Let’s rock India!,’ he adds.