Mr.Diamond kicks off his debut release on the deep tech powerhouse label from the UK, Inermu. Being this the release #023 of the label, James Dexter once again proves thru his fine A&R skills, why he is ones of the best in the underground scene. Pressure being the main track of the release, explores a rhythmic bass driven track, with a catchy and sensual female vocal, meanwhile Londonground delivers a more stripped back, minimalistic / atmospheric remix. Once again, Mr.Diamond show us his masterful and skillfulness, delivering another club track, pushing the current sound of the scene, catching the attention of DJs like Chris Stussy, Toman, among others. Making the people go wild when they “feel the Pressure” on the dancefloor.
Listen to PRESSURE EP on Spotify!
Tell us about the first track that put you on the map in the electronic scene and the journey since. How did you get started?
Tell us about your latest project ‘Pressure’
Tell us something we wouldn’t normally find out about you?
What single night out has been most memorable for you as a dj and producer?
All occasions are unique and special in their own ways, every track that I have produced and every night that I have played, created an unique feeling and atmosphere impossible to replicate. So to answer your question, all of them! (even the not so good! 😉
Give us the name of one track that never gets old for you no matter how many times you listen to it?
Dream collaboration and why?
If you could play any festival, which would it be?
How do you get a track started? tell us about your production process
I could start with a simple drum pattern, followed by a bassline, topline, FX, arrangement, automations, mix check control, and final mastering edits.
Latest project? What are you currently working on?
The relationship between a dj and the audience is crucial, and yet is seems to be a fragile one – how do you see the balance between giving the crowd what they want and treating them to something new?
I always try to stick as original and true to myself, I think you could find a nice balance, using edits. For instance, I could be with a crowd that doesn’t understand too many spectrums of electronic music, but they sure know Billie Eilish – Bad, so I will play a private edit that I have on my track list that night.
So that’s a nice way to balance your set, pleasing the crowd with something they will like and keeping it real to your sound as an artist. I really don’t like to play records that are already out, I always play records by myself, unreleased ones and vinyl only tracks. That way you differentiate from their regulate DJ that they’re custom to see play every weekend.
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