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DJ & PRODUCER ILIASRO
IliasRo, is a talented music producer, songwriter, DJ, and creative from the UK.
Driven by a strong music instinct, his love for music has always been part of his life, leading him to incorporate in his sound influences and vibes from many genres, revisited in his style, creating that unique blend that we can appreciate in his tracks.
This real mix is IliasRo’s trademark sound!
Artists like IliasRo offer a fantastic point of view that makes his tracks reach a much higher level.
Today, at Planet Singer, we have the great pleasure of listening to his album “If Not Yesterday, It Is Today And Now,” and intriguing, intense and inspiring release that will keep you engaged from start to finish!
If Not Yesterday, It Is Today And Now” is one of those releases that reveal a lot about the artist’s style, but also about the nowadays society.
Starting from the opening track, “Berlin return to Instanbul” reveals the first chapter of this fantastic release.
Techno music at its maximum expression, mixed with experimental electronic music; the result is a futuristic sound, yet very close to the present times.
In the album, we can also appreciate fantastic tracks such as the exciting “Another Voice,” the intense “I Wana Love You,” “Dreaming Of Mars And You ( Extended Version),” the outstanding “Instanbul To Berlin,” and the impressive sonorities of “Deep In Your Soul,” just to name a few!
IliasRo’s sound choice and ability to turn emotions, memories, and life experiences into music is outstanding, and we can’t wait for his next release! Especially in instrumental music, the artists must have their own vision and trademark sound to stand out from the crowd…..!
Ask every DJ and they will tell you the same story as I will but it is true. To get to the stage that you are comfortable with the job and
people do like you and your music you have to go through hell, The music industry sucks and it’s hard sometimes to be part of it, one reason I chosen Techno music to DJ and produced with , it is cause the Techno community are very friendly and they do help each other and this is very rare.
The music industry suck big time those who make it are lucky the money are good and the lifestyle but as every lifestyle has it’s upside downs. I encourage specially young men to follow the night life and the life of the DJ it is not an easy road but very interesting yes it is.
You meet new faces famous faces and not celebrities just name them, the night time people change they become more friendly or the opposite , in a strange way I always compare the night life/time people as wolves.
However tghe lifestyle drains you very fast though, anyway it was my dream come true when I realise that my music has been listen to for more than a million people in a year, To e that was a big thing, I didn’t take the upper hand very fast though as lay back as I am so I lost some days won the next.
I was born in N Greece a small beautiful to sometimes boring , we all hate the place we ‘re born when we’re young but we very much miss it when we grow older. Soon as I realise what life is at the age of 14 y.o I left home and run as far as I could till today I haven’t regret it even when I was sleeping rough it was more of an adventour those days.
I think a lot of people see a guy DJing at a party and they think it’s cool, but they don’t really understand the mental and physical toll,”
People think it’s a really glamorous lifestyle [DJing], but I think it’s only glamorous for a very small amount of people, and even then you can’t escape the rigorous schedule.”
DJs travel completely alone, leading to feelings of loneliness and isolation that can be as extreme as the high produced by standing before a crowd of thousands during a set.
New study indicates musicians may be 3x more likely to suffer from depression compared to the public
Help Musicians UK is a leading independent charity for musicians in the UK. The study has emerged as a part of the charity’s Music and Depression (MAD) campaign, an initiative dedicated to examining the prevalence of mental health issues in the music industry. The first phase of the study sought to survey musicians, focusing on their working conditions in relation to their overall mental wellbeing via an industry-wide survey that recorded responses from a total of 2,211 artists. The number of voluntary participants in the online survey led the effort to become the largest of its kind in the UK to date