Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Interview: DJ GSP

DJ GSP is a London-based, international DJ and Producer. His large following stemmed from Greece, and has now expanded well into Europe and North America. DJ GSP earned his breakthrough when he played at the Main DJ at the Opening Party of WE Pride in Madrid.

Famous for his Tech style DJing, and Progressive House with a touch of Tribal and Spanish vocals, DJ GSP is now considered one of the best European Circuit DJs. With major cities like London, Paris, Vienna, Barcelona, Madrid, Athens, Dubai and more under his belt, DJ GSP is always looking forward to more shows and more great music.

As one of Legitmix's top Producers, we got in touch with him to learn about his music, and future plans for 2016. 


How did you get into DJing?

I started DJing when I was 9 years old. I always wanted to make sure everyone was having a good time, dancing, and smiling. My underlying goal in life is to make sure people are having a good time.

I went to school and studied and tried different jobs and different professions, but eventually I decided to quit everything and be a full time DJ. It’s what makes me happy.




Do you tour as a DJ?  If so, what was your favorite gig?

I am constantly on tour all over the world, so far my favourite place to gig is Bahia in Brazil, it’s always a good time.

"I always play my reconstruction of the classic Love is in the Air: because it always goes over well with my fans and I believe in what it says as a song."


How much time do you spend finding music for your sets?  Where do you go for new music?

I spend a fair bit of time looking for music for my sets. When I am buying, I get music from Legitmix and Beatport, but I usually prefer making my own music for my remixes.

Is there a remix you always play?  If so, why?

Yes, I always play my reconstruction of the classic Love is in the Air, because it always goes over well with my fans and I believe in what it says as a song.


Why do you use Legitmix?

I use Legitmix because it is the only way for talented producers and DJs to remix a track from a famous artist, share them legally, and get paid. Popular artists on major labels only higher a handful of producers to make official remixes, and it is hard for smaller players to get their hands on a famous songs legally.

What are you looking forward to in 2016?

I’m looking for more great music and more smiles at my shows!

Check out DJ GSP's remixes on Legitmix



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