With his releases on the likes of Lobster Theremin and Delsin, Route 8 has helped to put Hungary on the electronic music map, including several EPs on the London-based imprint. Before his set at Le Sucre in Lyon with two others members of the label, we went behind the scenes with him.
Have you got a bedside book?
Isaac Asimov – “The Foundation Trilogy”
One track you listen to in secret?
Linkin Park – “Cure For The Itch”
What are you go at, besides music?
Working on a synthesizer plugin & playing way too much with my Nintendo Switch.
Can you share us 3 tracks which will never leave your DJ Bag?
Slave - “Watching You”
DJ Rasoul Featuring Shanan – “Let Me Love You (San Francisco Vocal Vibe)”
Drexciya – “Black Sea”
If you had to be reincarnated as an animal?
Sloth, because I can sleep a lot.
The most valuable record you have in your collection?
Warriors Dance record label compilation from 1991. Bought it for 3euros, now it’s around a 100.
Your first record?
Jeff Wayne‘s musical version of the “War Of The Worlds”.
If you were an object?
I would be a sick poly synth.
Which artist would you like to see? (dead or alive)
Do you have any ritual before stepping onto the stage?
1 bottle of club mate or cider.
Your favorite machine?
My little car.
A guilty passion?
Unlimited amount of chocolate coated cottage cheese stick (it’s a Hungarian dessert).
Your favorite instrument?
Nord Lead 3.
If you had to play or sample the soundtrack of a movie?
Anton Coppola – “Love Remembered” (from Dracula), because it’s beautiful.
An unusual place where you dream to play?
In a desert, at a middle of nowhere.
A track that you wish to produce (and why)?
M – Spirit Calling (Club Mix), because it’s the perfect track for sunrise and also I want to make a track with proper vocals.
A record you regret not to have?
Every record in my Discogs wantlist.
Le 25 mars au Sucre : Sunset society x Lobster Theremin 05 Years