EdOne is an artist that understands that the hard graft, the extra miles are rewarded in this industry. Not content on having things handed to him on a plate the artist has spent many an hour feverishly working away in his studio. However, this hard work has paid off with releases on the likes of Innervisions, MoBlack and Stil Vor Talent.

Unfortunately, EdOne was involved in a serious accident and had to put his career on hold. Nevertheless, the Spanish born DJ & Producer returned from his forced hiatus with a desire to make up for lost time. The result, a fall diary and his best year to date. Now his productions can be regularly found in the sets of Dixon, Maceo Plex, Oliver Koletzki, Fideles and Nicole Moudaber.

Over the last year, his pedigree has increased and as a result, his bookings have come from further afield. As such, we decided to discuss life on the road with EdOne as part of our Tour Baggage series.


The city I would love to move to one day…

I’m in love with my city! It is very relaxed and perfect for making music. Unfortunately, the major problem is the airport. It is very very small and I always must travel a lot before I reach where I am playing.

I would love to move maybe to Malaga, it has a great airport and the same weather as hometown. 

The last place to blow my mind was

Berlin for sure, I don’t know why but every time I go there, I come back 100% reset. 



I never get on a flight without…

Probably my phone, like everyone I guess. 

The most surreal thing that’s ever happened to me while travelling was…

Travelling to Ukraine to play in Kharkov, I had a sick man next to me on the plane. He had to travel with Doctors, nurses and a bunch of people taking care of him. He had assisted breathing and with the sounds of the machines, it was difficult to sleep. I was scared the entire time for his health, I hope that man kept healthy.

The most unique place I’ve ever played was...

I played in a Bunker from the second world war in Germany. In the backstage, the boilers still kept the Nazi symbology, was eerily strange to see but also very poignant. 

The daftest thing I’ve ever done while travelling… 

Last time I was in Istanbul, the driver had some confusion with the airport and went to the wrong one. Lucky for me that I always go with spare time to the airport. There was an hour driveby car between the two it was very stressful. 

The best hotel I’ve ever stayed in…

Probably is not the best one. However, it is definitely one of the most original hotels I have ever stayed. Only You in Madrid, It’s amazing.

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