Interview w/ Heddi Mesh

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Hi, I’m Heddi 🙂 I’m a music producer and a DJ.
I create unique house music that combines several styles.
I’m influenced by Bass House, EDM, Hip Hop, and Pop styles.

I played mainly in Tel Aviv and got to play on big stages in Israel.
During my career, a number of tracks I released were broadcast on Local and international radio stations such as “Radio New York Manhattan”.
I recently got my music signed to the record label Mailevile and Daxsen where artists such as Tiesto, Steve Ioki, and Hardwell Sighed.
My goal is to spread the power of colorfulness.
And to reach the biggest stages in the world!
I would love for you to join me on this journey🙂
Thanks for your attention!

Interview by Tim Brown

When and why did you start playing? I started playing in Jerusalem, Israel

Which famous musicians do you admire? Why? I admire Skrillex because he knows how to surprise you with unique tones of sound and his musical construction sweeps me away.
And I adored Avicii because of his moving melodies.

Were you influenced by old records & tapes? Which ones? During my career, several tracks I released were broadcast on local and international radio stations, such as “Radio New York Manhattan.” I recently got my music signed to the record label Mailevile and Daxsen, where artists such as Tiesto, Steve Aoki, and Hardwell sighed

What makes this kind of music “good” to you? What I like about bass house music is that this music is bold and unapologetic, with tones of sound that surprise you and make you dance simultaneously.

Why did you choose to play this kind of music? I chose to play bass house because it is music that combines
I have passion and unique tones of sound, and I feel that through this genre, I can express myself in a good way.

What are the plans for the future? My goal is to spread my music everywhere in the world
And that my style of music will hit the mainstream.
Play on all the biggest stages in the world and create a significant change.
The music and the world in general.

How do you feel about the internet in the music business? When I started playing music, the aggressive idiom was mainstream.
The fashion was music as loud as possible and as aggressive as possible.
Today mainstream fashion is more monotonous and more gentle music.
And to my taste, today’s music conveys less passion than before.

Could you briefly describe the music-making process? The truth is that I approach the work differently every time.
Sometimes it’s a sentence that pops into my head before I go to sleep
And sometimes, it’s an idea formulated while creating in the studio.


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