Baraso // Tzinah Podcast // Interview // December 2012 //

Baraso starts playing music since he was a child. Born in 1988, his parents bought him a Piano and then he began doing some lessons in his native town. Afterwards, at the age of 15 he discovers electronic music, falling in love immediately. He started to play music in concerts and other local parties and, over time, Baraso rapidly advanced in DJing and production, having the opportunity to learn and play alongside big artists. Nowadays, Baraso is growing up in the electronic culture, playing in the best clubs in Barcelona and creating music, which is his major passion at the moment.

Tzinah Records: So how did all begin for you?
Baraso: Well all began when I was a child, my parents have a great music culture and they putted nice records at home, then I started to take piano lessons. Lately my interest in house music grew, and here I am now.
Tzinah Records: Where did your name came from?
Baraso: That’s an easy one, comes from my last name Barasoain.
Tzinah Records: What brought you more close to the house music?
Baraso: Rap producers and their beats, funk, love, and roots. There are a lot of things that bring me really close to house music.
Tzinah Records: Did the djing or production came first for you? Tell us about your roots.
Baraso: Djing was the first i did, I thought that production music was hard and I always saw it like a impossible think to do, but then a friend show me the basic production things, and I realise that you don’t need a big studio or big gear to make music, all you need is your knowledge, you heart and a computer of course.
Tzinah Records: What was the first important event that you played at? How did it feel?
Baraso: We have a little club named Macarena Microclub, last time I played there was really crazy, awesome crowd and sound system!
Tzinah Records: Who’s throwing the best parties in your opinion?
Baraso: There are great parties out there, but I think that London, Berlin, Moscow or Bucharest etc., have a big electronic culture. Barcelona its okay, but you know, we have a really big problems with shitty music and culture…
Tzinah Records: Which other contries have you played ?
Baraso: Only my country for the moment.
Tzinah Records: What do you think about the music scene in your contry? What is your opinion about european underground music scene , new tallents, old producers, what do you think about romanian artists?
Baraso: As I said, there is not a lot of music culture in my country, there are few really underground labels, and they are not focused logically in Spain because people is mesmerized with f****** s**** radios and electro crappy dj’s, but well is not that bad, a few underground parties are always running in the big cities. At least European scene is really great, new talents always growing up, and of course Romanian electronic music is dope!!!
Tzinah Records: If you could pick one place you would like to play where would it be and why ?
Baraso: I don’t know really, any European city with a great scene would be great!
Tzinah Records: Do you see yourself being a dj all your life?
Baraso: I hope so but life gives many turns… you always need a plan b.
Tzinah Records: Out of all tunes you have made , which one you think ‘never fails’?
Baraso: Couronnes is a really nice one for me.
Tzinah Records: Which artists inspires you the most ?
Baraso: There is a lot of big names and a infinite list but, if I have to say one: RICARDO, the sounds that he make are insane.
Tzinah Records: Are you focusing more on djing or on production right now?
Baraso: Right now in production, winter is coming so that means = not a lot of gigs. We have a warm blood you know what I mean ;).
Tzinah Records: When you’re not working, when the party is over, how do you like to chill out?
Baraso: I like to be with my girlfriend and friends, play football or watching a good movie.
Tzinah Records: What projects are you working on at the moment?
Baraso: I’m working in finalize some tracks I have started, a more classic sound will be, more dubbby too.
Tzinah Records: Describe your relationship with our label from your point of view.
Baraso: Well we have a good relationship, because my obligations I can’t be in contact so much, I hope to increase this in the future cuz Tzinah rocks!!

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