This week with – BRODIE NERO
Where are you from, how old and how long you been in Bali?
From Toronto Canada – In Bali almost 2 years
Single or hooked up?
Off the market lol
How did you first get into electronic music? Like, was there a certain moment it all made sense?
A trip to Europe changed my life and started my journey into electronic. I went to Berlin and experienced an iconic club called the Berghain, was in Mykonos and heard Serge Devant play and partied in Amsterdam. Inside Void nightclub in Mykonos when Serge was playing was the moment I knew this sound and scene was what I wanted to be involved in.
What do you think makes electronic music so good?
The music takes you on a journey. I love good songs that are not short. I would say the culture overall of this scene is what captivated me.
Do you produce music?
I do. I’ve had multiple releases that topped charts on beatport and have a bunch more coming in 2024.
How would you describe your music you make or play?
I dance a lot in between Afro and melodic techno. I’m a big fan of having good vocals frequently during my sets.
What’s your favourite area in Bali to hang out (day-time)?
Anywhere in Munduk (Bedugul). That’s my go to spot when I need a break from Canggu.
What’s your favourite place in Bali at night (where you don’t work)?
Hmm not sure, but a nice restaurant around the way is good enough for me.
What do you do in your spare time? Any other interests?
I love to chill whenever possible. The nightlife scene is exhausting, so when I’m not working, I don’t need a super active lifestyle. I strive to get 3-4 gym sessions per week if I’m lucky. A couple days on the beach are ideal weekly as well. Also, right now, I’m studying bahasa and love a good book whenever I can.
Where are you a resident, or regular DJ?
Miss Fish and Atlas Super Club.
Here is Brodie live at Atlas Super Club