How was 2017 for you?
Ramiro Bernabela: 2017 was a pretty eventful year for me. I moved into a new house closer to the city in Detroit and built a new studio there. I am able to set it up exactly the way I want, with the studio being the main focus. I now have a monthly residency at The Works Detroit and it’s very special for me because I have been going to that club for years. I’ve been working really hard in the studio trying to finish up a lot of projects I’m working on, including a full-length original album together with my wife as The Bernabela Project.
Releasing new remixes in June of my track “Life After House” that I made together with Roland Clark. Playing at a Movement afterparty at The Works on the Saturday of Movement weekend. Buying a house and building a new studio.
Packing and moving, not making it to the ADE this year.
Song of the year?
Pastaboys feat. Osunlade – Deep Musique (Rampa Remix)
What’s your New Year’s resolution?
I say this every year, but this year I really mean it! I’m going to try harder to finish up all the tracks I’m working on and stay focused. And to always keep growing as an artist and a person. Stay fit and keep eating healthy.