In this “Catch A New Wav,” we interview the talented artist, Freddy Bello.
Freddy Bello is an innovative and creative musical act whose talent and passion were noticeable from an early age. In his younger years, Freddy discovered and developed his professional career from working in the studio including behind a mixer and eventually making his way on the stage where he captivated global audiences with techno and minimalism sounds.
We learn a bit more about him.
Q: Who are some of your musical influences?
A: I am Latin and I have grown up in a family where music and salsa have always been present. I like my roots but also from a young age I started listening to electronic music and I felt attracted by the house, minimal and techno that was made at that time which is where the love begins for everything that I have built with my career today.
Q: What’s your favorite part about being a musician?
A: To travel the world with my music and to be able to perform in the best clubs and festivals in different countries. Every day, I’m in the studio producing or in the constant search of new things, whether it’s music for performances or simply finding ways to innovate. Besides, the satisfaction that comes from making others enjoy the music is priceless.
Q: Who is somebody you always wanted to work with?
A: Joseph Capriati, He is my favorite artist and I feel that he is the profile of a complete artist, very versatile and someone very respected in this industry for his work and his way of being.
Q: To date, what’s your most memorable music moment?
A: When I performed at Lost Beach Club in Ecuador which was a goal to play at one of the best clubs in the world. Currently, it is ranked 25th. Also, the first time that I returned to my home country Venezuela to perform, and my mother was in the audience enjoying the show which was a dream come true for me.
Q: What does the immediate future hold for you in your artistic career?
A: I’m about to release on major labels in the industry, but due to contract obligations, I can’t reveal names yet. I’m also putting in a lot of work in the studio because next year I’ll be releasing an album. Right now, I have upcoming performances in Spain and Mexico, and we’re soon to announce a tour in the USA and parts of Latin America.