Hammarica.com Chats With Andrea Bertolini

Hammarica.com Chats With Andrea Bertolini

August 30, 2012 Off By BRHO STAFF


Andrea Bertolini Interview Hammarica PR

He co-founded Btwisted Records and has remixed artists like John Acquaviva, Warren Clarke feat. Michelle Weeks, Syndicate of Law feat. D-Train, David Amo & Julio Navas, Mauro Picotto, Les Schmitz, Maurizio Gubellini, Dhany from Benassi Bros, Topazz, Weekend Heroes and many more.  And he appeared on international labels such as : Pacha Rec. – Definitive Rec. – Fresco Rec. – Iboga Rec. – Echoes Rec – Toca45 Rec. – Tribal Vision – Ultra and Armada. Therefore, Hammarica.com is delighted to have had a quick chat with Andrea Bertolini!

Who has been your biggest influence when it comes to your career as an artist and why?

There has never been just one. So many Dj’s & Producers inspire me. I’m always checking different styles and genres and when I find something interesting I take inspiration and use it!


Do you have any secret aliases under which you release music?

At the beginning of my career I was using some aliases, then I left that idea. I prefer to sign every production with my name. People should know all the angles of my personality as producer.

Is there any genre of EDM you would never play?

Isn’t a matter of genre, but of quality for me.

How do you prepare yourself before a DJ set?

I don’t have too much time to prepare myself before a DJ set because I spend 99% of my time in the studio. Djing is a small but fun part of what I do. I guess I’m always checkin’ the download sites for new music though, listening to new promos and demos that I receive.

Who is your favourite female DJ?
I don’t have one (sorry).

What was the sweetest thing a fan ever gave you?

A Couple of months ago, during my first gig in Romania, I received from a fan club of mine a big banner sayin’ : ‘ANDREA TI AMO!’
Was totally unexpected for me havin’ such a strong fan club there!

Is there a final thing you would like to say to our readers?

Thanks for reading firstly and as producer I would suggest to all the guys who are starting their career to try finding their own sound. It’s really important if you really wanna emerge!!