You can find spicy Wasabi tracks on a slew of hot labels: LouLou Records, Toolroom, Tropical Heat, and of course Erase. His latest EP, ‘Matilda,’ released August 2015 on Street King, is a two track house music heater.
Break out the chop sticks and mix these jams into your soy sauce at the next house party your hosting and you’ll surely be the dance party hero of the century.
Interview with Wasabi:
Who inspires you?
Good question! I take inspiration from everything around me. Life with its images, sounds and people around me give me big motivation for productions. Over all though, it’s my one year old son with his amazing fresh look for life!
What is the hottest track in your arsenal?
Actually the hottest track right now is the ‘Get Up’ with Terry Lex and Sean David as its at beatport’s deep house chart for one month now!
Where do you dream about playing?
I’d love to play in many places but the greatest would be a private pool party in Ibiza with 400 people from noon ’til the next morning.
When is your next release dropping?
My new single is on Erase with Terry Lex–an official cover of Get Lucky. I know it’s risky to do a cover with this huge hit but we like to take risks in our digital life!
Why you so G?
From the beginning I loved to play the crossover; I liked many different kinds of house music, more deep more tech, more nu disco or g house, so the label reflects this kind of philosophy and we release really interesting tracks! I don’t care if its g house or house or deep, my only care is to be something interesting and danceable for the young people out there.
How do you make all them hot tracks?!
Many studio hours on getting new ideas and working with my main partners in order to get the best result! We have reached the Beatport’s Pulses Chart a few times now and I’m really happy for that.