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Respect the DJ Interview with Dj Architect

Amanda Giordano


How did you get into DJing?

Being a DJ was always my wish of becoming one,even as a kid,I was fascinated by the scratch,and the sound that DJ makes by moving record back and forth. But unfortunately I didn’t have opportunities in my country, where I could go and learn such things. But in 2009 one of Serbian best DJs, opened his workshop and I spent there next 4 years,learning how to mix, beatjugle, scratch etc. Where in 2015 I decided to apply for IDA (International Dj Association), which my country didn’t have rights to apply, but I managed to win a wild card and enter the competition, and represent Serbia. Ending up in semi finals, which was a huge success for me.
After that my career began. I started doing so many shows, as resident and as guest around the world.

What did you do to advance your skills/knowledge?

As I mentioned in the previous question,I spent 4 years learning in workshop all the techniques,and beside that,practiced every day at home for about 5-7 hours a day.

What did your first set up look like?

My first set up looked like it looks even today. I saved my money to buy myself pair of turntables and a decent mixer. I’m a turntabelist, so I use turntables and mixer, but I also know how to work on CDJ’s and controllers so my abilities are not a problem. But my main set up is a pair of turntables and mixer.

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What does your current set up look like?

My current setup looks same as the first day. Only that I have added couple controllers to help me spice my sets a bit. Beside Traktor Z2 mixer and pair of turntables I use X1 and F1 controlers to manage my effects,cues,loops and samples much easier.

How did you get your DJ/Artist name?

Well, I’m actually architect by profession, so…I’m still doing architecture and design cuz its my first love, but I’m doing only projects that I think that are worth of doing them, and if I see that the project is challenging.
I don’t do any simple projects and stuff that high school students can do in their free time.

If you could DJ at any 3 events/festivals what would they be?

3 events that I’m still dreaming about are EDC, ULTRA and TOMORROWLAND. Of course there is Coachella and Hard Summer but the top 3 that would make my dream come true are the first 3 I mentioned.

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If you could DJ in any 3 cities what would they be?

Hmmmm there are a lot of them I could think of, but Sydney, Las Vegas, and Miami are the top 3.

If you could be a tour DJ for any artist (dead or alive), who would it be?

Of course first person would be Drake, then maybe Future, and Migos. Hip Hop was part of my whole life, been listening to it when I was a kid, till today.

What is your goal when you play live?

My goal when I play live is to make crowd happy and to see them enjoy my set. That’s all I want.
Because the energy that I give to the crowd is the energy that’s  twice stronger when they return it back.

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What's your go to song right now?

My go to song right now would be Rampage by Gravedgr.

What is your dream as a DJ?

My dream as a DJ would be accomplishing things I have set up for myself. And that’s playing on the best festivals in the world, have a track that would be a hit and sell millions, and make a collaborations with some of the artists that have been my idols since I was a kid.

What is some advice you would give to someone with a dream to become a DJ?

The best advice I could give to someone who wants to become a DJ would be, to work hard every day all day, to be different then others, and don’t be a copy cat. Be unique. And always work on yourself and always improve.

Where can people find you? (social media, website, etc)

People can listen my music on:


And all other music platforms (iTunes, Deezer, Tinder, Beatport, Google Play etc)