Dani: To start, how was it opening up for Kaskade on his Redux tours? That’s a huge deal!
Ravell: Unbelievable. Something I could’ve never imagined experiencing.
Dani: What got you into electronic music? Have you always been a musician?
Ravell: My brother in law first introduced me to a few electronic records back when I was 15 years old. He used to pick my brother and I up from school and we would crank the volume up the whole car ride home. I wouldn’t say I was always a musician, but it was something I knew I always wanted to do ever since I started djing with my dad at 12 years old.
Dani: What is your typical creative process like?
Ravell: My creative process consists of setting a mood. I usually get inspired depending on the environment I’m in.
Dani: Do you have any exciting collaborations coming out this year?
Ravell: Hmmm… all I can say is you can definitely expect some on the way.
Dani: What can fans and the music industry expect from you in 2019? Any additional festival appearances beside Beyond Wonderland?
Ravell: They can expect more music and more touring. I’m always thinking of new ways on how I can grow as an artist; 2019 will be special. Stay tuned on my socials for any upcoming shows.
With events such as Coachella and EDC Las Vegas already under his belt, it can be certain that Ravell will continue to draw in the crowds as his career continues to bolster. His party at Academy, ‘Ravell & Friends’, is further evidence of his success to come as well. The event sold out and reached capacity within 30 minutes of doors opening and even got the attention and support of head Insomniac, Pasquale Rotella.
There are definitely big things to come from Ravell and all of us at Daily Beat are looking forward to seeing where this musician’s career takes him. To hear his latest release featuring Kaleena Zanders titled ‘Before I Go” click here; and to see what everyone is raving about, don’t forget to purchase your Beyond tickets here and catch Ravell’s set on Saturday at the Wide Awake Art Car.