Lehar is an Italian DJ/Producer who is the newest recruit to the flourishing Diynamic Music family. After his recent highly lauded first release on the Hamburg imprint “Number One Hero”, we dropped in on him and asked a few questions about how he sees what looks to be an exciting 2016 ahead.
Electronic Groove: How are you, how has 2016 been so far, do you have any hopes and dreams for the year ahead?
Lehar: Hello guys I’m fine and thanks a lot for this interview. Well, 2016 has been a great year so far, since the first week of January when I flew to Hamburg and personally met Solomun and his fantastic team I had the feeling that something special was about to happen. I dream every day, and try to turn my dreams into hopes, and sometimes hopes become reality if you work hard to make them happen. I have so many things coming up and that inspires me to always keep learning from every person and situation I’m involved.
EG: What is an average day in your life like? Do you make music every day, or do yoga, or walk the dog – do you have a routine?
Lehar: I live with my girlfriend in the countryside of Venice, Italy. For me this is the perfect place to spend the weekly routine. When I come home after a weekend away, it’s ideal to find myself surrounded by nature peace and beauty to relax and disconnect. From Monday to Thursday I usually wake up late in the morning and immediately go out jogging into the woods. Sports are part of my life and it’s something I’ve been doing since I was a kid. During the afternoon I share time with my family and friends and then at night I move into the studio duties.
EG: How long did it take you to find your own sound as a producer? When did you first start making music and why and how long till you were happy with what you made?
Lehar: Well, I think my sound it’s always changing. It depends on different personal feelings every season. My first experience in music was in 2012 when I did Louis Vuitton’s fashion show soundtrack with a very close friend. I remember that time as being very enjoyable! And even if wasn’t our real job (I was still working in my ex advertising agency) we put all our efforts very seriously, after it finished we felt kind of “satis