Updated: Jun 13, 2021
Q.U.A.K.E are two very promising young producers. The Israeli Asraf Netanel has been producing under various names, such as system failure and faders and Diogo Andrade of Brazil known as DJ Automack. Since its first instant connection in September 2010 and the decision to take it on another level, these two did not stop surprising us all time and are about to do it again and again. Bringing your vision to different music in a unique and fascinating project, with support from big names around the world, including: Armin Van Buuren & Paul Van Dyk. Besides that, remixes for Andrea Bertolini, Lish & Khainz, one music on the set of big producer Astrix, among others, means that Q.U.A.K.E now is a reality and not a promise as a few months ago. Therefore, these talent young people are currently launching their new way with the upcoming releases on major record labels such as Stereo Seven, Iboga, Unreleased Digital, Echoes and Baroque Records. His new EP will be released soon by Positive Sounds.
Welcome to Positive Sounds
An energetic music inspired by Psychedelic
Q.U.A.K.E - A Perfect Circle EP
How did it all start for you?
Who is your biggest inspiration?
I had a trance project called “Faders”, that I was performing all over the world. I always desired low bpm beats. Therefore , I have started producing Techno.
What techniques do you use to engage listeners ?
Melodic and emotional vibes. Plus, a massive kick and bass on top of it.
What do you usually start with when preparing for a set?
There is no special order. I just feel the crowd’s vibe and go with them.
How would you describe the music that you typically create?
Progressive Techno with full of emotional and melodic sounds which, will make a magnificent atmosphere.
Who would you most like to collaborate with?
Artbat, Tale of us, Rampa, Innellea, Fabrication, Monolink, WhoMadeWho and Hidden Empire.
If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
I would change many. It will be great if the well known producers in the industry would do collaboration with upcoming producers.
What is one message you would give to your fans?
Thanks to everyone who supported me.
Love you all
What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Never stop producing. Invest everything into it and the results would come eventually.
How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
The music reaches to a lot more people all over the world now and there is more selling\hearing platforms today, that the internet brought out.
I0. What’s next for you?