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The future is bright for this Dallas, Texas native. We at Electric Vibes were fortunate enough to talk to him after his amazing EDC performance at the Neon Garden. His unique sounds are known as “Surrealist Techno”, he describes it as his take on Techno music that incorporates his love for 90s Trance and IDM. Get to know Declan James with us!
Do you like Nasty Tech House? If you do make sure to catch Mihalis Safras this Friday at EDC Las Vegas at the Neon Garden from 8pm to 9pm.
HPNOTIC knows how to bring the energy. She hypnotizes her fans with her mind-bending sets. This rising hardstyle star first started DJing in 2010 and has since captivated fans at Defqon 1, Q-Base and Basscon.
“A lot of hard work, far too many hours seated in front of the computer making music, “
DJ Stephanie is a hardstyle queen DJ and producer from the beautiful country of Italy. She was born with the love of music. She knew since the young age of ten that she wanted to be a DJ, like her father. She has an undeniable energy during her sets and her range keeps her fans always wanting more.
Electric Vibes had the opportunity and privilege to interview the talented Joyce Muniz about her new EP.
Emanuel Satie is set to perform at the iconic event, GET LOST this Saturday, March 30th during Miami Music Week. Electric Vibes had the privilege and opportunity to interview Emanuel Satie.
Ravell is performing this Saturday at Beyond Wonderland! We at Electric Vibes were honored to talk to him ahead of his performance.
Ganesh is one of L.A’s early innovators in the Trance scene. He has a unique underground sound that has captivated fans for over two decades. Make sure to catch his set this Friday at Beyond Wonderland!
“It is a city where dreams are made of and the hustle is real as much as the reward is within reach.”
“The goals are the same every year, making great music and playing unforgettable gigs around the world.”
“I live in a city where clubs are popping up in the scene all the time and I’m grateful to experience most of them as each individual club brings something different to the table.”
“As always when I work on new music, my immediate surroundings, my mood of the moment…”
“It's a cultural thing because you are living with a lot of different cultures there, people from all over the world with traditions, and having this happening in Costa Rica, ...”
Dan "Tito" Davis’s bestselling book Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive is now out on Audible. Yes, once upon a time he was an International fugitive, and his audio-book chronicles his life on the run and takes you along for the wild ride.
Tito was born in a small town South Dakota, but when he hit college he broke out in a unique and life-changing way he started making his own brand of speed, called White Crosses, and the Banditos Motorcycle Club began distributing it.
And yes he ended up in jail. Once he served a nickel in prison weed caught his attention, and a childhood friend set him up. Rather than go to jail for thirty years, Tito headed south of the border to start a new life, effectively becoming an International Fugitive.
He stayed on the run for 13 years, and it was not a jet-set fueled experience, quite the contrary. It was a harrowing trek with danger at every turn, taking him to the underground hideout of the Medellin cartel, into the jungles of the Darien Gap, and straight into the middle of Mumbai's madness, and much more.
All the time Tito was hell-bent on keeping ahead of the Feds and the Federales, and in the meantime, Millions of dollars were made and lost. We wanted to know more so we sat down with Dan "Tito" Davis to have a chat.
You are a bestselling author, and you are releasing your new audio-book. How was creating the audio-book different than actually writing the book?
Trying to find the right narrator with the proper tone of voice was not easy; we probably listened to more than 50 or 60 different professional narrators. We picked Tom Hatting because he has the voice that we believe the readers of Gringo want to listen to in the audio-book.
The huge difference between an audio-book and a written book is that you're listening. When a word is pronounced, it is what you hear. You can't read it or reread it if it is not clear. You have to listen, absorb, and be entertained. That is why your narrator's voice is so essential, the intonation, the pronunciation, the accent. It is everything!! He is your storyteller!!
While you were working on the audio-book, did you get any new insights into your story?
It had been a long time since I had read Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive. It was refreshing to hear my story told by the narrator, after pushing it away for quite some time.
As far as insights, I realized how unique of an adventure my story really is. It made me think how fortunate I am to be sitting here, hearing my own life story. How abnormal it is from the usual autobiography. My life was truly on the edge.
The response to Gringo was phenomenal why do you think your story resonates so much with readers and now no doubt with those who buy the audiobook?
Gringo is shockingly entertaining!! There some things in there that probably no one has done or witnessed. It holds your attention. The average person would never be in those situations. They just can't comprehend it – it is shocking, it is an adventure, it’s true, and it is emotional. It has it all.
While in college I basically invented the real white cross pill which was the Red Bull of the day. I was framed for a crime I didn't commit. Rather than get a life sentence I fled and became an International Fugitive. There's plenty of danger. I lived in Columbia under the protection of the Medellin cartel. My first Spanish teacher there taught me in the morning, and she shot people in the face in the afternoon because she was an assassin. It has sex, love, emotional upheaval, exotic travel, serious action and lots of suspense.
I was kidnapped from Venezuela after I had many near misses. I went from living in a 5-star resort to using a soggy roll of toilet paper as a pillow in a gray dungy prison cell facing life. Gringo has it all.
Google me: Dan Tito Davis or check out my website: Gringobook.com
What do you hope listeners will take away from your audiobook?
I hope that everyone from soccer moms to truck drivers will be entertained while they are listening to the audiobook version of Gringo. Before we did the audiobook, we spoke with many people to see what they needed. The only free time these working people have is when they are in their vehicle. All they listened to were audiobooks because they didn't have the time to actually read a book. After hearing that we knew that doing audiobook was a must.
Now that you have finished the audiobook is there a sequel or maybe a film in your future?
As many reviewers have pointed out this book is what movies or miniseries are made from-it has all of the elements and then some. It is only a matter of time before Gringo is made into a major motion picture or a miniseries. I have an excess of fantastic material, about another 500 pages that aren't in the book.
We have been contacted by Brad Pitt and Mark Wahlberg's agents – and also Netflix.
“While others only thought about going out to party and meet girls, I just wanted to play music so that people could have fun. It was also the way to connect with people…”
“elrow means family, entertainment and something that everyone has to experience at least once in a lifetime!”
“I never imagined my musical career would lead to this, but it was always in the plans. I always want to better myself, and strive for bigger ventures, especially when it comes to my music.”