Interview with Helen Brown

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Helen Brown has been a disc jockey on the house music scene since 1993. Helen’s sound is set in a decidedly eclectic atmosphere, with musical styles ranging from Electro Club, Tech House to Progressive mixed together in a modern and unique way so that the dance floor heats up as she gets to work.
Now she publishes “Lullaby”, with Dany T and Jason Davies, it is a serious, detailed work, which lends itself to starting it up and not returning to reality until it is finished.
We have had the pleasure of speaking with Helen and this has been the result.
Can you tell us a little about your experience? Where are you from / how did you get into music? Was it all internet based? 
I am Sicilian, my artist activity began at the age of 17 … my father bought me the 1210 technics and it took me a year to learn the mixing technique.
Who have been your main inspirations (both musical and in “life”)? And how have they affected your sound? 
Undoubtedly, DJs of the caliber of Carl Cox, Tiesto… for many years I was inspired by their productions that I always offered in my DJ sets.
How would you define your sound?
My sound is eclectic and is always evolving. I don’t stop searching new sounds and I don’t catalog my style. I only play what I like from Deep to Afro to tech house. In suitable contexts I like to propose melodic techno.
How has your sound evolved so far?
I listen to the my heart  and show it to the world.
What can you tell us about your last job? What inspired you? What do you want to convey?
My latest production is “Lullaby” cover from the famous 80’s track of The Cure. It is a work developed together with my friend and great DJ producer Dany T, sung by a dear friend of mine Jason Davies approaching this anthem to the deep house. 
What can you tell us about each song that makes up your latest work? What is hidden behind?
Each of my productions have a dream behind. Lullaby connect my past and present, and has allowed me to share with these two great talents and friends.
How are you living the current situation because of COVID? Has your work affected you a lot? Do you think there is hope? I feel like the underground scene will continue to persist.
Yes, I think so, people need to dance, they need to get together… I think that after this dark period we can hope for a good recovery in the nightlife.
What projects are you working on right now?
A new cover always with friends Dany T and Jason Davies, but it’s top secret.

Written by: Alejandro Serrano

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