Tomorrowland Winter has come and gone, but now you can watch three exclusive interviews from some keynote artists. These interviews are hosted by Adam K on the ski lift at the event. As the People of Tomorrow gear themselves towards summer, the Cable Cast had some fun times while in the Alps. Check out three episodes from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.
Armin Van Buuren
AvB dives into what the pandemic meant for him and how he was able to cope with his mental health. This wholesome chat reminds us that we need to slow down sometimes and enjoy the little things. It is ok to pay attention to yourself, figure things out, and come back to what you love.
“I was at the point where I thought, how can I feel so unhappy sometimes when I have everything that I want; I have a beautiful family, I have a beautiful house, I drive a nice car, I have a great career, I have a great company and sometimes I just feel like shit, why do I feel like shit?”
Adam K goes into the musical career of Afrojack, the multi-faceted project of Never Sleeps, and what success means for him. He’s been hard at work making music with new talent and friends along with future collaborations. Check out some motivational words from him below.
“I’m pretty happy with what happened with Afrojack, my whole life has been amazing but now I’m at the point where I want other people to have that kind of life too. One of the things that always stuck with me is that when I grew up, people told me you’ll never become a DJ, but that’s not true. You can become whatever you want and for me, being able to pull that off now makes me want to tell other people that you can too, and we’re going to help you.”
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
It’s been revealed that new music is coming our way from the duo. They also give us their definition of what success looks like for them. In addition, they also tell all about their musical influences, including their take on Kanye West. Lastly, they give insight into how the music scene has changed.
“We can finally say it now: We are working on an album and that’s the first time we’re saying it. It’s very scary but we’re gonna do it.”