You both have created a very identifiable signature sound which you've used to flavor many of your recent singles and collaborations. How did you first decide on this style and what plans do you have to evolve it going into 2020?
Yeah it's been great! The support we got on our songs has been incredible. The first time we felt that this was really our sound, was when we were releasing "808." The response on that song was so good that we knew that this was something special. For 2020, we have so many amazing ideas and songs ready! It's going to be really exciting to see what they are going to do!
Having been in this industry for almost a decade now, what are some of the biggest shifts that you have experienced first has as you've navigated your careers?
What has changed is that everybody is doing their own thing and trying to be the best as possible in that. Back when we were starting or even a few years ago it was more trend based and everybody was following that. It's a good thing that this is happening and there will be so much more creativity!
How was your experience this year at Amsterdam Dance Event? What were some of the highlights from your time there?
It's been crazy! Fans flew in from all over the world to see us and bring flags and presents to our big show with Martin Garrix in the Rai. It's just amazing to see that people love what we do and embrace the music and brand that we are. And seeing all our DJ friends, playing at their shows and seeing their events has been super fun!
Looking towards 2020 and beyond, what are your plans for the TV Noise project?
Of course there will be a lot of new music! Working together with amazing artists and improving our live show all the time to give you guys the best show every time you see us!
Thanks so much to TV Noise and Always Management for making this interview possible! Check out TV Noise with the links below!
Chris W. Lao
Writer, Label Manager, DJ, and Student.
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