|Interview with Gregori Klosman at Tomorrowland 2012|
|Written by Dimitri Kechagias|
Interview with Gregori Klosman at Tomorrowland 2012. We were there again for the third time this year. Tomorrowland 2012 is the most important dance festival in the world ever, and the most influential for music and cultural matters too. Nothing will be the same again after this year and its brand new concepts; such as the revolutionary co-operation with YouTube to set up its own Tomorrowland LIVE TV channel. One of the most successful stages on the Sunday was the fantastic ‘Smash The House meets Dirty Dutch’ stage that was organised by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike + Chuckie. The line-up on this stage was the finest and the best you can imagine for a day of non-stop naughty, sexy, sweaty party moments. One of the DJ’s who played there was Gregori Klosman. The very talented Frenchman, with awesome remixes amongst his credits has remixes for artists such as Lady GaGa, David Guetta, Ne-Yo and many more.
He has releases currently on Chuckie's Dirty Dutch record label, and in our very cool video interview here, he talks about how he started his career, and in which labels he was fortunate to have releases. He reveals how he met Chuckie and became friends. We ask him about the European EDM invasion in the difficult USA market, and the contribution from David Guetta has made, and how his success paved the way for other French artists to follow his path. He tells us about his future gigs, and he reveals his love for the Island of Mykonos in Greece. He shares with us his wildest DJ experience so far, and if you watch this will be unforgettable for you too. Lastly, we ask him why he believes that his fans and supporters should vote for him in the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ’s list. Overall its a very entertaining and informative interview to watch, so you can glimpse into the life of Gregori Klosman - one of the biggest hopes in the house scene.
Tasty info about Gregori Klosman
Working with such high profile artist's material was more than likely to turn a few heads, and sure enough, Gregori's studio work has also attracted the attention of genre pioneers and current stars alike, with Steve Angello, Afrojack, Tiesto and Chuckie all supporting his work.