Italian producer Zoibaf joins Avicii, the inspiration behind his music, and his future as a musician t
This is not the first time we have written about Zoibaf, a young Italian producer; indeed, we recently covered the release of his most recent "Voices," which he produced in conjunction with him. THREE.
Today, we had the opportunity to sit down with Zoibaf himself to talk about his passion for music, and how he developed the sound we know today.
EDM.com Exclusive Interview with Zoibaf:
Hello Zoibaf! Can you tell us something when you first discovered your passions for music, and how it developed what you create today?
Zoibaf: Sure! My love for music started when I was just a child, I really enjoyed listening to songs and singing them, first in Italian and then later in English, even though I wasn't very good at it.
As I grew up, I spent several years learning how to play piano and guitar, at that point in my life I was listening mainly to rock music.
In the summer of 2012, a friend gave me a CD with David Guetta; that was when I first started to realize my contribution to electronic music. During the same summer, I went to the Avicii concert, and that evening when I decided to make music as a profession.
I started DJing at different parties of friends, but it only lasted so long before I knew I had to learn to produce my own sounds. After long hours of trial and error, I managed to finish my first production, an electromagnetic record named "Infectious."
Certainly it was not very high quality, but I am still very tied and temperament about it.
Which genres do you prefer, and what type of music do you usually produce?
Of course, my favorite genre is a progressive house. Over the years I have made a wide range of music from an elector and a large room to a trap, a progressive house, and even a future waterfall.
At first, I couldn't get the results I wanted to make my progressive house songs, so I decided to hand over other genres. Fortunately, I've improved since then and I can create the songs I want now. You never stop learning, so I hope a lot more better!
What are the most inspiring artists?
There are many artists who listen and inspire them, and the main examples would be Nicky Romero, Martin Garrix, Manse, and Stadiumx.
The artist I inspired most is definitely Avicii; His music really loved me, and my music grew a lot by listening to his songs.
His death was a great blow to me, and I think this is true for many artists and fans alike.
One of the most successful tracks to date is the "Break Through." Can you tell us about this song?
“Break Through” is one of my favorite songs. I worked with a known singer Jex the voice, and I like the result!
The fall is very melodic and he loves praising Jex's voice; even the video is made for the song, which was shot in Mallorca, an excellent performance of songs and a full rhythm of songs.
You have several different genres loose in conjunction with TRUNG – we already talked about "Voices," can you tell us a little about "Medicine?"
I think that THREE it is a big producer, and it is very easy and exciting to work with; “Remedy” was the first way we worked together. He sent me this idea of a song, and it all came together when I got a voice that would make a fine mesh with the instrument.
I feel that AXYL he brought the life to life, the voice was excellent and I think he had already added more feelings to an emotional song.
You told us that Avicii is your favorite artist, can you tell us about your recent reconciliation of his "Heaven" trail?
Tim was very important to my musical growth, and I was lucky enough to see his live show twice, he was always very unique and magical.
With death, one of the most missed artists is electronic music.
Once I heard a preview of "Heaven," the song he created in conjunction with him Chris Martin, I decided that I wanted to work on my own version.
I came to the idea of getting a remix, and then I looked at a singer with a voice who could make an authentic coverage of the song. Henners it was the singer I chose, and I managed to release the remix the same day to release the album "TIM".
Do you only deal with production now, or do you also have some live dates?
Unfortunately, in Italy, the popularity of electronic music is not popular on touring; the chances of being alive are quite small at this point in my life. By making songs in English, I try to spread my music abroad as these genres are most respected, and I hope that I will be able to take my music on an early journey.
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