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Biography

Some talk about nights in Chicago, others claim that they’ve seen him in Berlin.  Many speak about Madrid.  Many say that he’s been his club at the DJ table but we really don’t know and it doesnt’ matter.  Everything’s in the music, in the rythm and overall in the freedom of the beat.  In the end, its all about FreedomB.
With influences directly from jazz, funk or soul, from the first house and Electronic rythms, FreedomB is in search of the constant groove that will make you dance from sun to sun, or from noon to morning.  Endless sets laser focused on the dance floor and beats to a slow fire are the elements of an artist that has no respect to silence.
FreedomB has already gathered support from artist like Hot Since 82, Supernova, Hector Couto, Marcus Meinhardt, after released in labels like Knee Deep In Sound, Toolroom, Great Stuff, Lapsus Music or Heinz Music.

Now just let the music speak for itself and give yourself to dance…
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Interview

Hello mate!  How Are You? What do you have scheduled for today?
Hello guys. Firs of all, thanks a lot to invite me again. It’s a pleasure for me to be with you. On Mondays I make balance about the weekend, try to find the positive and negative things about my performances and to take care of some office stuffs, emails etc.….

Tomorrow I will back to studio to continue with the upcoming projects. Today my brain needs more chill than rock.

Please tell us a bit about your latest releases!
My last release was on the mythic German’s label “Great Stuff”. I’m really proud of that cause I grow up under the influence of this label so be a part of it, it’s an honor for me.

I did also some months ago a remix for my Hot Creation’s buddy, Neil Parkes, for his release on Twisted Fusion and I released also a track on Toolroom the last summer. I was and I’m trying to make the correct steps in my career. Sometimes it’s not easy, I know, but I’m working hard to drive everything through the right way.

Which release was the one who gave you the most attention so far?
For sure, my big release till now, it was the track, which I released on Knee Deep In Sound. I’m very grateful to Daley (Hot Since 82) to give me the chance to release on his label.  He is really professional and the tune has been a turning point for me.
Also my release on Heinz Music was important cause its a label which works really great actually and it helps me a lot to arrange a lot of Gigs around Germany.
I’m from the people who think that in the end, to a greater or lesser extent, everything is important. The thing is , and I use this for everything in my life, try to find the balance and to be happy with day to day.

Tell us a bit about your upcoming releases! Is there anything special planned?
Wooow. I’m really looking forward about the upcoming months. I’m full till the next summer, talking about releases, news collabs with some friends, proper remixes on my own EPs by really cool artists who I respect so much… A dream comes true.

In less than two weeks, it’s coming out my new EP on Under No Illusion, in December an EP on Superstitious, a young but proper label, and for the 2017 I will release on: Elrow Music, Eat & Beat, Roush, Time Has Changed, My Favorite Freaks and more. Be ready for some groovy beats J

As you are touring a lot, please tell us something about your experience. What is your favourite city or country and why?

When I talk about it with my family or some friends, I said always the same. I’m really happy here in Germany. I grow up as artist in Berlin and I will be always thankful to all the people who support me from the beginning. Finally I’m a new guy in the neighborhood and i65t not was and it’s not easy to find your place here. Many walls to tear down, like the language for example. But after almost 5 years, I’m so happy. The things are going pretty well for me, therefore, I can’t wish for anything else. Or maybe yes, I don’t know.

I really like to have the chance for sure to play in Spain, my country, and specially in Madrid. I had some weeks ago a massive Gig there and it was such a nice vibe. I was surrounded by the people who raved with me back in the days and the feeling was inexplicable. A lot of smiling faces around me, nice feedbacks after my DJ set, the same day it was also the birthday of my best friend… what else? Magic night to keep in my mind.

What were your TOP 5 gigs so far?
Fabrik (Madrid / Spain)
The Egg (London / UK)
Sisyphos (Berlin / Germany)
Wilde Möhre Festival (Germany)
Stammbar (Brussels / Belgium)

What are your top 5 tracks that are really working the dance floor in your sets at the moment?
Cera Alba – Desolado (Original Mix)
Shaf Huse – Mavado (Original Mix)
Piem – Acidass (Original_Mix)
Santé – Bring Back (Dale Howard Remix)
FreedomB – Jack_Nation (Original Mix)

Thank you for your time and this interesting interview!
Interview by Lars
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Playlist:
1. Luna City Express – D.I.Y.A. feat. Aaron Palmer (Original Mix)
2. Loop Jacker – House Music, I Luv It (Original Mix)
3. James Dexter – Murmur (Original Mix)
4. Ripperton – 1976 (Sebo K Remix)
5. Criss Korey – The Rhodes (Original Mix)
6. JP Chronic feat. Gramma Funk – Body Talk (Hauswerks remix)
7. Waze & Odyssey – No One Knowz (Original Mix)
8. KPD – Sorry Lady (Original Mix)
9. Groove Armada – House With Me (Original Mix)
10. Riva Starr, Dajae – The Loft (Emanuel Satie Remix)
11. Metronomy ‚Hang Me Out To Dry‘ (Waze and Odyssey Remix)
12. MD X-Spress – God Made Me Phunky (Jojo Angel ‚God Made Me Acid‘ Remix)

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