Aug 30, 2011

Broken System - Progressive / Electro / House, Mexico (ArenaCast E85)

About: Broken System - one man project from Guadalajara

"Mario Ivan Cruz known as Broken System is an electronic music producer experimenting with different styles with Acid House, Progressive, Dirty Dutch, Tech House, Minimal Techno and Electro with a constant variation of beats to the measure.He born in Mexico and now lives in Guadalajara Jalisco with influences such as Deadmau5, GMS, Dusty Kid, Modeselktor, Daft Punk and so much more trips and styles.Specialized studies in Audio Engineering, Live Sound Systems, Music Production and Mixing and Mastering. Hoping to chance on the show!"

1). What is the most exotic/extraordinary place you have ever performed at?
I just started promoting this year with about 20 traks, and I hope to be on stage as soon as possible

2). When you are 70 – how do you see your life?
In the music scene yet, I have many goals to meet as producer and engineer on stage, recording studio or music room.

3). If you could talk to any of the rock-stars, dead or alive, whom would you talk to and what would you ask?
I'm too young to be a fan and remember the death of a rock star, but, Kurt Cobain would be the one selected to chat and enjoy a great song with a cigar ... you understand ...

4). What countries and cities would you like to visit the most during the tour?
I want to transfer my music around the world, but especially Brazil, Portugal, Spain and Japan are the countries with more enthusiasm to visit

5). Which famous band/artist you would be glad to share the stage with?
I took some pieces of rhythms and sounds of all the most popular producers in this decade, but especially with David Guetta, Deadmau5, Daft Punk, Riktam and Bansi, Benny Benassi, Dusty Kid, Gustavo Mota and more similar artists I would be glad to participate on the stage

Listen to: Broken System - Candy Factory

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1 comment:

  1. I love you broken system !!! Yeaaaaah !