Joining us this Friday is Samuel, who began his career in 2017 under the pseudonym, Humanne. Since then he has toured various venues and clubs in Andalusia and eastern Spain, such as Moss Club, Metro Dance Club, as well as various clubs in the north of the United Kingdom. The sound that defines this emerging artist is a perfect symbiosis between deep minimal tech, and an elegant percussive tech house with vocal and melodic traces. Humanne has shared the bill with great artists such as Solardo, Andrea Oliva, Jay Lumen, and Craig Harrison, to name a few. He is also the owner and founder of Inhuman Concept, a platform that mixes different artistic expressions (clothing, food, performance, etc.) with a single common predominant denominator; advanced electronic music and maximum freedom of expression.
What style of mix have you gone for? For this occasion, I’ve chosen very melodic rhythms, especially at the beginning, and I‘ve also tried to put in some very percussive, even dark and aggressive bases to finish the set.
What inspires you to do music? I think it generally depends on certain moments, places, people, feelings... but my favorite moment to create music is right after listening to friends play in clubs. That energy generated on the dance floor and a good sound system is something that personally inspires me a lot.
What’s your favourite part of the mix? One part would have to be right at the end, where I introduce 2 tracks that make a perfect symbiosis, from my great friend Omaroff, because they have great strength and darkness to finish a set. (Min. 51:20-Final) Tracks: ‘Doggy Style’ and ‘Shadow, feat. Tony Sempere’.
What’s your top tip for isolation? I can't lie, this quarantine I tried to become everything the internet said; a cook, super productive, an athlete... but the reality is that I’ve limited myself to growing as a music producer mostly and consuming a lot of art, in any of its expressions.
What’s the first thing you’ll do when we are no longer GROUNDED? I think the first thing I’ll do is go to my house in Granada to disconnect a bit from everything and organise a party with my friends in the middle of nature.