Interviewer: This year we have seen several DJs slowing down the amount of shows or some have even stopped touring for a while. You have cooperated with the campaign ‘Tomorrow Needs You’ by donating 30.000 dollars. Do you think an artist’s life is under so much pressure nowadays? What has to change in the industry for artists to feel really comfortable with their lives?
: I think it is definitely, especially in maybe electronic music but in the whole music scene, people have seen so many. It’s not only Avicii, there are so many artists these days that suddenly commit suicide or they have drug problems. So yeah, I think that there is definitely a lot of pressure in the music scene. And there’s a lot of people that want a piece of you: the label wants you to make music, the booking agents just want you to play shows, you have fans that want to see you… So there is definitely a lot of pressure so I think it’s really important for an artist to have a team around them to kind of shelter them from all the noise. I think that is really important, and obviously focusing on mental health. It should be more talked about and people should’nt feel ashamed of having mental issues, because it’s very normal.