Pretty Pink interviewed: “I dive into every club situation with open eyes and ears.”

Many of you have probably heard Pretty Pink’s beautiful remix of “Get Lucky” last year. It was one of those rare tracks that makes you dream and dance at the same time, and I also played in a few of my own sets last year with enthusiastic feedback.

With a pile of remixes and a couple of own productions in her bag, Pretty Pink has really been a shooting star last year and it seems like we still have quite a bit to expect from this young lady from Leipzig (Germany). In this exclusive interview, she tells us a bit about her past, present and future.

How would you describe your style?

I play a fluffy and groovy mix of deep electronic sounds that will give wings to your emotions and fantasy and lets you dream – until the bass kicks in.

You got a lot of attention for your remix of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”. Why did you decide to remix that track? 

Get Lucky  made me lucky! The idea was the most important thing and in came to me spontaneously and rather unexpected. Daft Punk really cast a spell on me and I wanted to play exactly that track in the club.

You are very active both as a producer and as a DJ. Which do you enjoy most and why? 

I enjoy the audience the most and the people love good sounds. That’s what makes all the efforts worth it.

 How do you prepare for a DJ gig?

Preferably not at all. I dive into every club situation with open eyes and ears. I think that the people feel that and every gig has its own magic and uniqueness.

What are your most important inspirations?

All the people around me inspire me in their own way and there is no good or bad in this.

Which of your productions and remixes are you most proud of and why?

I like all the tracks that I play and my own productions are no exception. I am particularly proud of the remix that I did for Faul & Ad Wad – “Changes”. The track has gone gold already and might even go platinum.

What are your plans for 2014?

This year my calendar is already quite packed, especially with some festivals like Sputnik Spring Break, Sonnemondsterne and some other festivals in Berlin, Munich and the UK.

I am also excited to all the new musical collaborations. I am working with some well-known German bands right now and there will be plenty of new stuff in the future. Visit me on Facebook or Soundcloud to stay up-to-date! 

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Marvis is the founder of Sweet Headache. He lives in Cologne (Germany) and has been a music nerd for a long, long time.

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