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Switch On The Night

The Beats

02 Jul 2015


HAEZER’s new track ‘Mind Off’, with legend SBCR of the Bloody Beetroots, has blown up over the last two weeks. With just over 111 000 plays, it’s the track in every EDM fan’s ears right now.


We caught up with HAEZER before his Grietfest 2015 performance to find out more about collaborating with a hero. This is what he had to say:


‘Mind Off’ was the first track that I made after a year and half’s silence. I actually released ‘Mutate’ before ‘Mind Off’, because I’d had this DJ set with Bob Rifo of the Bloody Beetroots and his manager had gotten in contact with me asking for my details. At first I just got a Tweet from Bob saying “Hey, I liked your set” and after that it was “Hey, I want to do a collab with you.”


The whole thing was awesome for me because I grew up listening to The Bloody Beetroots. Him asking me for a collab was this big thing. A monster achievement. I was so nervous when I sent him the first track, I just sat there thinking “I really really hope he likes it”. But, hey, he did. That’s why this track is so special for me - I got to collaborate with one of my biggest idols.

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