Interview: Trampa Pushes Ground-Breaking Dubstep In Latest Release - Magnetic Magazine
We speak with bass maker extraordinaire Trampa about his new works.

Trampa continues to grow his reputation for pushing ground-breaking dubstep sounds, both within his productions and DJ sets. Having spent the start of 2017 touring, the UK artist has also found time to drop a remix through Armada Music - which bangs. 

We chat with this exciting talent below - check it out. 

First things first… we really can’t get enough of your new remix for Borgeous, Riggi & Piros and Lil Jon! Are you pleased with the final result? Are you a bit of a perfectionist or do you tend to create fresh material pretty quickly?

Yes I'm more than happy with it, and happy with the way my fans feel about it too. I am a bit of a perfectionist but I do know when enough is enough; sometimes you can over do it with working on tunes and it kinda spoils that initial creativity and uniqueness that the track originally had.

Who or what is particularly inspiring you right now?

All the guys on NSD (Never Say Die Records), constantly driving me to work harder. We all compete with each other. but in a friendly way. It keeps me on my toes working with all these guys and I make sure I never get lazy. It is really inspiring! 

Do you think your sound is constantly developing or do you feel you’ve got a specific, signature style that has stuck?

I wouldn't even say it's developing, I'm just letting it naturally evolve without forcing anything. I think thats how you find your sound, you will find a gap somewhere and let your sound evolve to completely fill that gap. Make sure nobody can recreate that sound...

We see you’ve been busy playing out across the US. What have you learned and what have you enjoyed most about these shows?

The shows have been incredible, Better than I ever imagined. I find that playing shows inspires me more than anything right now, constantly giving me ideas of what does and doesn't work in a club, and also grabbing inspiration from watching sets that I usually wouldn't listen to. It's surprising how inspiring that can be.

Never Say Die has just hit their 100th release and you’re a major part of that family. What is your favourite record from the NSD back catalogue and why?

I'm gonna say my track "Gas Tank" as it's what got me signed to NSD. As cheesy as it sounds, that track did change my life.

Could you share with us a couple of goals for this year?

I want keep growing as an artist. I have some really special collaborations in the works.

What has already made 2017 special for you?

The Black Label World Tour was an epic way to kick things off.

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