The artist of the week: Random Stuff

Two years ago, mid-September and after hearing the news of the formation of Matriz, a new collective in Granada, attracted by the quality of the line up of one of their events, I went to one of the legendary clubs of Granada, Sala El Tren, to listen to the headliner, Freddy K; But what was my surprise that as soon as I entered on the club, the decks were turning in the hands of Randon Stuff, who did the warm-up and who was one of the organizers of the event. It didn’t take long for me to catch the good sound and the good work of this Dj, who delighted us with a great EBM session, industrial, and some electro to start the night.

I have had the opportunity of interviewing him and sharing with all of you some of the questions that I have had the pleasure of asking him:

What are your origins in electronic music?

My origins in electronic music were when I was 8 or 9 years old, buying my first cassettes with the pay my parents gave me on weekends, mostly makina music and techno.

Which are your reference djs?

My reference djs among all of them has always been Oscar Mulero because of his techno and his mixing style, but if I have to name any more they would be Regis or Surgeon.

Which style or styles defines your sound?

Within techno, I am quite open in terms of sub-styles, but I have always been attracted to the more raw and industrial sounds such as the Birmingham school.

Which is your favorite track?

It is difficult to choose a favorite song but one of the ones that have cost me the most to get on vinyl and a mythical one that never fails in a session could be the Work by James Ruskin remixed by Steve Rachmad.

Which producers influence you?

My reference producers at the moment are as much together as Exium or half of them separately, Tensal or Komatsu for the amount of music that they bring out of authentic quality in different variants of techno or electro and almost everything on vinyl…they never fail.

What is your favorite club and why?

My favorite club is hard to say but since it was where I grew up listening to techno and where I have seen my biggest idols is Family Club in Toledo, that’s where I discovered that I loved this style.

What has been the event where you have most enjoyed DJing?

One of the sessions that I enjoyed the most was a Matrix Showcase at the Macarena Club (Barcelona) in the session of my friend Anika Kunst “Selectors” with her and my partner Dzeko.

What are your projects?

My current project is Matriz, a collective / promoter of events in which the form of musical expression is always vinyl, I share it with my partner Dzeko and some artists both musical and from various artistic disciplines in which I have been involved for more than 2 years.

Here you can listen to a few nice sets:


Thanks Victor, we hope to listen to you soon on the dance floor!

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