DJ Ravator was four years old when he was just introduced to the world of music. His parents gifted him a keyboard and he put his fingers on it, playing it at will with childhood innocence. It was playful at first but the notes started engraving into my blank canvas. It impacted me to such an extent that at an age when he should be watching cartoons, DJ Ravator was busy rehearsing chords understanding the language of music.
It made me different from others, I stood out in almost every interschool competition. Deep down. I was enjoying all the attention, I fell like a young star destined for greatness. love for music was going on parallel with my studies. When I was around 13-14 years old, I went to visit a cousin of mine. We were seated in his study room and that is when I saw the track, “Not giving up on love” by Armin Van Buuren. What surprised me was there weren’t any Dye instruments and music for me was about instruments being played Sve.lwos perplexed and it tickled my curiosity that how does music without instrument sound so good? What was it and how did they pull that off?
What inspired you to be a DJ?
Being into music since my childhood, I wanted to hit the stage for every single event happening in the circle. It was a fantasy, so after excelling in all the instruments, I finally made my way to become a DJ.
If you had to switch your style to another genre, what would it be
Dubstep, because I love head banging.
Who is your biggest inspiration? / Who do you have a lot of respect for?
Avicii, Nicky Romero, and Armin Van Buuren. Because they made this genre and gained huge respect in terms of DJ.
What is it about you that makes you different from other DJs?
Give me a dead crowd and see me making them dancing to the core in 10 mins. I believe it’s the vibe that helps me know what my crowd wants and deliver that more than their expectations.
How would you describe your style?
Ravator Style is everything a person in a club/festival would love to hear.