Benjamin, 27 ans, DJ

Question de feeling !

« Depuis que je suis petit, j'aime la musique et je joue de la guitare. Je ne suis pas devenu DJ par hasard ! » À 15 ans, un ami lui propose d'organiser une soirée. Benjamin accepte. « J'ai adoré et j'ai fait ça pendant cinq ans. Cela m'a permis de me faire des contacts dans le milieu de la nuit. » Après quatre ans de petits boulots en parallèle, Benjamin décroche, à 21 ans, une place de DJ dans un restaurant parisien. « Le feeling ne s'apprend pas, contrairement à la technique qu'on maîtrise petit à petit. » Avec un ami DJ, Benjamin part trois mois en tournée dans le monde entier. « Faire danser des milliers de personnes sur une plage en Thaïlande reste mon meilleur souvenir. » De retour à Paris, il est embauché dans un bar puis contacté par de grandes enseignes, magasins, restaurants, pour réaliser la play-list des musiques diffusées dans leurs locaux. « C'est un travail très intéressant qui demande de s'adapter à la clientèle. Mais je voulais aller plus loin. J'ai créé mes propres morceaux et monté un studio d'enregistrement. » Il y a un an, Benjamin a concrétisé son dernier projet : créer une radio qui diffuse les mixes de DJ du monde entier.


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ySeguhaqga 29 mars 2012 15:59 #1
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