Ask anyone who matters in the techno world and they will agree: Sims is a no-compromise artist who has constantly evolved while always remaining faithful to the underground sounds of techno. It comes as no surprise to anyone versed in the techno scene that Sims is also widely-known and appreciated for his three-deck wizardry and dexterity, as his now-viral Boiler Room at AVA Festiva l from earlier this year proves. Despite his veteran status in the scene, Sims has always been keen to evolve. Alongside Kirk Degiorgio, he is co-founder and curator of Machine — a brand which focuses on new, unreleased, and upfront music, with editions throughout the most coveted clubs and festivals in Europe. His Run it Red radio show, broadcast via NTSlive and podcasted afterwards, also serves to solely highlight new music and to support emerging artists throughout the world. Full info on his upcoming dates can be found HERE. Despite an incredibly busy schedule spread across all the aforementioned projects, we were fortunate enough to grab a chat with Sims ahead of his forthcoming North American appearances. Hello mate, nice chatting with you again. Last time I saw you it was after your last LA set and we were cracking jokes and having a proper laugh after a few drinks. How has been treating you?
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Whatever your electronic music persuasions, all DJs that mix can learn a lot from listening to his sets. Mixing, cuts, scratching, spinbacks. James Zabiela is an incredibly talented DJ but he's for the geeky, technology led new kids, Ben Sims is highly techical but above all a party DJ, he just knows how to manipulate music and makes it his own and still supports vinyl. Check out the Essential Underground compilation he mixed, alongside Christian Smith, amazing modern dancefloor Techno.
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