It all started 21 years ago, when I was a student in Switzerland back in At that time, Techno music was on the rise and I used to go to the Street Parade in Zurich every year until I left Switzerland and came back home to Sharm El Sheikh in and my music career started here! What single night out has been the most memorable for you? As a DJ? As an attendee? Because back in the day, in my personal opinion, the electronic music scene was still in its primitive stage and the sound was too electronic. But today, electronic music has evolved so much that it has brought multicultural sounds from all over the world and especially Middle Eastern sounds, which has made it more vibrant and more alive! Digging a little deeper, what is your opinion regarding the difference between old-school DJing where everything was restricted to vinyl and modern DJing where most tracks are never put on any physical medium before or after release? I used to travel to get my LPs back in the day, now you can get them with a touch of a button! What is one track that never gets old for you no matter how many times you hear it?
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Adham El Mestakawy strolls into the office rather quietly and unassumingly for man used to having hundreds raise their arms in ecstasy, literally at the touch of a button. Ouzo , his nickname and DJ moniker was bestowed upon him by his father due to his fondness of the drink; "I loved the taste of Ouzo since I was a kid Every time my dad used drink it, I had to take a few sips from him until one day he called me the Ouzo Kid! His dad, Adly El Mestekawy, is one of the premier catalysts to Sharm El Sheikh's rise as one of the most popular touristic areas in the world. Pacha Sharm soon took on legendary status for Cairenes and tourists alike; the first local club to bring in the kind of massive international DJs that we take for granted every weekend now and a place that was probably the first ever rave experience for most of us.
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