How was 2019 for you?
Juliet Sikora: In one word, amazing! So many great gigs and memories. I met so many new people and many of those have become close friends.
My gig at Sisyphos in Berlin. If you ever come to Berlin, you need to go there. The atmosphere is absolutely amazing. My gig for Elrow was also really great. I was super nervous to play this gig because they are one of the biggest event promoters in the world right now! If you play for them you will know why; the production itself and the crew is one of a kind. Not to forget, I had the chance to work on a remix for Claptone earlier this year. What an honor! Plus, my release on Flashmob Records; the success of “Beat Dancer” surprised all of us. And one last thing, we released the third edition of our charity project It Began in Africa on the 12th of December. This project is very important to me. It does cost me a lot of energy, but seeing what the money can achieve for the kids in Uganda, it makes all the hard work completely worth it.
It‘s hard to see that legendary clubs have had to close their doors in the past few months because of increasing costs and less guests.
Song of the year?
That is hard, as there were so many good releases. But for me an outstanding track was Andrew Meller & Raumakustik with their track “The Funk.” Massive dance floor weapon!
What’s your New Year’s resolution?
Spend more time in the studio and quit smoking (again).