Gary Caos: today is a great chance to better yourself and learn something new

Today we are pleased to welcome another guest, Gary Caos!

An experienced producer, DJ, and label owner, Gary Caos' music has taken him around the world to bring his potent blend of incendiary house to the people.

Having released tunes through Armada, Ultra, Ministry Of Sound, Universal StreetKing, HedKandi, EGO, and more – it's not just listeners who have taken notice of Caos, and his music has been supported by a cast of all-star international DJs such as Tiësto, Umek, Carl Cox, Milk & Sugar, Chuckie, Dj Dan, Robbie Rivera, and more.

We talked to Gary about his new release "High" coming on RIM and other projects! Read more below.
— Hello Gary! How are you doing? Thanks for talking to us today!
    — Hello and thanks for having me, pleasure to be here with you.
    All great here thank you :)
      — Could you tell us more about your music path?
        — Yes, I have been into house music and Tech House for most of my career and I own a Tech House label called Casa Rossa. I've been DJing for about 35 years, since I was in my teens.
          We are pleased to be chatting with you around the release of "High" coming on RIM. Great vibes across the release! We'd love to hear more about the production process and the story behind the release.
            — The song is inspired from the classic hip hop song How High by Method Man and Redman. I have always loved the song and Toni Braxton's voice and I wanted to pay homage to it. Also, that movie is really funny.
            Reg. the production process I work with Ableton Live and a lot of VSTs but mostly native stuff. I love making the top drum lines and percussion with Drum Rack and Simpler and I have been using Sylenth by Lennar Digital for a few years now.
              Can you tell us a bit about the artists who have influenced your career?
              — I would definitely say Fatboy Slim, Bob Sinclar, Mauro Picotto, Morales, Roger Sanchez. But I have always loved 90s Dance in General and disco and I am an Italo-disco enthusiast.
              If you could choose one phrase to describe your daily motivation, what would it be?
              — Today is a great chance to better yourself and learn something new.
              — What do you enjoy most about being an artist?
              — I love being in contact with people, I love djing and it's a real passion to me. Music making is an opportunity to connect with great and beautiful people from all over the world.
                — And to wrap it up, what else in the store for you in the nearest future?
                  — I will definitely be happy to work with RIM again, I am also working on various label and BRAVO agency showcases and parties around the globe (Ibiza, The Netherlands, Italy and London). Music wise I will be releasing on my label Casa Rossa at least once a month as I have always done for the past few years and there are a few exciting projects and songs coming out there soon.