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DJ Siana Catherine will be in the state for the Sunburn Reload

Published: 24th August 2017 09:45 PM  |   Last Updated: 25th August 2017 08:59 AM   |  A+A-

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: If there ever were an oxymoron to describe DJs and parties Siana Catherine would be it. From being a homebody to watching documentaries on history and astronomy, the 24-year-old tells us that during her down time she loves staying in rather than hanging out or partying. Well, that’s probably because the El-Paso native’s attention to the detail in her music is all consuming.The DJ tells us about the burgeoning dance music scene, what to expect and more. 
What is your take on electronic music  finding its way to smaller cities?
I think dance music is no longer limited to the metropolitan cities. Indian fans have a lot of passion and love to dance. After almost 15 major tours in India, I have noticed that the dance music scene is riding a high and I really love performing here. 
You are known to play mixed genre sets at your concerts. How would you describe your musical sensibilities?
A set sound can bore your audience. That’s why I dabble with EDM, trap music and dubstep. Playing a mixed genre is a task; you need to ensure people don’t lose their flow. You have performed with Hardwell and Dimitri Vegas and are now set to perform alongside Chainsmokers on their India debut.It really feels great, no doubt about it. The more you play with world renowned musicians, the more you prove that age and gender do not matter if you possess talent. It’s the real deal. 
Today at 5pm. Rs 1,000 onwards.  At Gokulam Park in Kochi. Details:


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