Last week we are having the interview with DJ Isis Cloudt.

Music style: Bass House, Future House, future bass, dubstep, Trap, Urban, Moombahton and Eclectic

Dutch/Vietnamese girl with one passion. Playing and producing music every single free minute, She start remixing EDM music when she was 10 years old.
Her goal is to play and share her sound at festivals and clubs with own produced heavy bass and up sweeping tracks.

DJ name: Isis Cloudt

1) When did you started as a DJ

7 years ago, in 2011. First I started to play on a DJ controller at home as a hobby. Within 2 years I start playing at small parties. Short after that i start participating at DJ contests where I won several prices. After that my gigs where getting bigger and bigger.

2) When was your first experience for the public?
4 years ago in Denmark  (2014), at a big Cartuning Show. My DJ set was connected to 4 beautiful tuned cars with an amazing audio installation. Each hour I played a set for a big crowed. This was I great experience. At that time I was 13 years old. This motivated me extremely to play at more venues.

3) Produce and which tracks already made
Since 3 years I start producing mashups and bass house tracks in Ableton Live

Wobbenator is my very first track

My first remix is officially released on beatport called We Can Be from Chris Odd

WHATT is I high energy bass house track which is mastered officially.

I’ve produced a lot more, and much more will be released soon on my soundcloud page and on beatport and itunes.

4) What are your goals as a DJ?
Music is everything for me, so It would be great if I can share my passion with the world. It’s my goal to release unique own made tracks and playing the biggest festivals.

5) What was special for you this year?
I won a DJ contest this year with great prices and a special GIG with famous artists (Puinhoop Collective and Lil Kleine)

I am booked for Amsterdam Dance Event 2018!

6) Is electronic music taken seriously enough as an art form?
Yes, music will always be taken seriously, but the trends will change. That’s the challenge for all artists. If I look to myself. I’m always busy for new trends and new styles of music which inspire me.

7) What is the best new technological gadget for DJ / producers?
My gadgets are my 3 babies: Pioneer CDJ2000 Nexus 2 and DJM900 Nexus, but I am curious how the new denons play.  

8) If you had to change genre, which genre would you choose?
G-House in Isis Cloudt style