RM: You’ve been making music for about twenty-five years. How does it feel to have made music a career? Gaston: I could’ve never dreamed about it, I actually never did! I just liked making it and all of the sudden lots of other people liked what we did, so okay now we have a career. René: And then suddenly it’s twenty-five years later. Gaston: It’s amazing that we can do our hobby and make our living out of it and make people happy with what we do. RM: It’s never much of a job then is it? Gaston: Well sometimes it’s a job. René: The job is the flying part, airports, waiting, traveling that’s the job part. But when we are on stage or in the studio, its fun. RM: How many times have you played for EDC? Rene: This is our second EDC. We did Vegas as well. At one point we were walking from our trailer to the main stage to see Laidback Luke, and everything looked like another planet. We are so impressed with the production. This is not something you see in Europe actually. RM: What is your favorite part of playing a festival? Gaston: Getting on stage, doing your thing, playing your music and you see the crowd go mad. Especially when you play your own tracks or a new track they don’t know and they love it. You know you’ve done a good job.