"We should really remember how fast the world can turn around and that we really really should enjoy the moments of silence in between…"
Sarah Wild has an honest and sincere career. Hers musical selection and hers good judgment have crossed borders. The DJ sets and productions of this singular artist are a powerful statement, emblematic of her unfettered approach to hers. We take the opportunity to interview her.
Can you tell us a little about your experience? Where are you from / how did you get into music?
Since I was a little child I have been traveling with my dads surf- rock band. I am used to be on the road and somehow I feel really alive when I can be on the run. I love it to have several little homes around the world and music gives me the opportunity to connect with the right people on the globe. When someone understands the music I love and the music I create we mostly also connect in a personal way. I mean- not always for sure- but it happens a lot.
I feel like the underground scene will continue to persist. Do you think we can go back to "normal" events and festivals?
I think that there is still enough people who need a party weekend as a time to reboot. Its pretty tough to see all of these aggressive discussions in social media and I really think this is mostly cause they can not find a balance in this locked up situation. People need social interactions and music events to feel alive. Therefore I am sure that we will have festivals and party again. I am still optimistic!
How is your sound evolving? What artists and genres do you enjoy mixing right now?
These days I am really into this melancholic- deep- disco- rave stuff. But I am also digging nice house sometimes. Its been almost a year without a proper club night and I really watch myself while listening to super crazy, experimental, breaky- electro stuff as well. Techno can be also mind-blowing. Hmmm, I think that I can listen and mix all genres, its just important that I feel something about a certain track.
What projects are you working on at the moment?
I am currently working on a lot of new tracks! During the last months I spent a lot of time in the studio. There was nothing really else to do right?
Moreover I am working on my own label: "Midnight Operators“.
What makes you happy?
I am the most happy when I don’t feel any sort of pressure to do anything but still doing a lot. This certain flow is really rare in this world full of worries, but when Its there, I try to enjoy it as much as I can.
Do you have any final words of wisdom?
We should really remember how fast the world can turn around and that we really really should enjoy the moments of silence in between…