A special partnership between Enjoy the Ride and Ninu Nina.

Interview by Virginia Villari

How are DJs in Travel Mode?

DJs travel a lot. They’re among the people who travel most frequently. Sometimes, they play in a location and, few hours later, they’re on a flight to another country. 

We are used to see them in stage mode at clubs and festivals, before big crowds.

But how are DJs when they get off the decks, in their private traveling routines, out of the spotlight?

For the 6th episode of our “Music on the Go” Series I’m thrilled to partner up with Ninu Nina, one of my favorite lifestyle blogs – edited by digital nomad Leila Antakly    – where you’ll find interviews to artists and creative influencers from all over the world.

Our guests for this 6th episode are two super nice guys who know a thing or two about electronic music and traveling: Luca and Anthony aka Audiofly (Get Physical Music, Kindisch).

The Barcelona-based duo is the creative mind behind the ritual-like, nomadic party Flying Circus – which they’ve been producing in hundreds of cities across the globe for the past 10 years.



Virginia: Where were you before this interview? Where are you now? Where will you be next?

Anthony: Just arrived back in our home Barcelona from a Flying Circus show in New York… And this Friday we head off to Marrakesch…

Luca: Zurich, Venice, Dubai.

V: Your airport dress code?

A: Cool but comfortable, its all about feeling like you’re in your pijamas but ready for anything!

L: Comfortable but always with a certain style.

V: Sleep or movie when flying?

A: Seen everything grrrrrrr and I just can’t sleep!!

L: I do both.

V: Preferred airline?

A: That’s both an easy and tough question…I love Arab Emirates but that only works in certain directions and places around the world….it’s kind of regional.

L: Air France or Turkish

V: Airport favorite food (for lack of a better choice…)?

A: I think I have tried every mozzarella Panini in every airport around the world…there’s almost a book in there somewhere!! Generally all airport food is a waste of time digesting it but you gotta eat sometimes…I like to pretend that the mozzarella is from Italy everywhere I go, rather than face the uncomfortable truth about it!!

L: Panini (where available).

V: Do you listen to music when you travel? If yes, what kind?

A: I listen to anything other than dance music when we travel and it depends on the mood…It’ll go from Abdul Mogard (ambient master) to John (or Alice) Coltrane…through Ann Peebles to D’Angelo… I’m all about getting inspiration from everywhere else.

L: Yes, a selection of music I will play later at the show.

V: What bothers you about airports nowadays?

A: Almost everything!! We have definitely left the golden age of air travel, and on top if that an airport has become one giant shop. I think airports should invest a little more in our comfort and relaxation and stop going for our pockets all the time, but it’s all about profits in the end…

L: Long queues. But much less than they bothered me before. Knowing what I know today I try not to be bothered by anything as anything might happen.






V: Your jet lag remedy?

A: I have no body clock left, after so many years of this…I just sleep when I can for however long I can and I’m just grateful for however long it was heheh. Also Yoga and meditation can help depending on how hellish the jet lag is.

L: A good sleep as soon as I land.

V: You’ve never been and can’t wait to go to?

A: New Zeland , Madagascar, Cambodia…there’s a list actually!

L: Thailand. Bucket list for 2018.

V: You have no desire to go to?

A: I dunno…anywhere too industrial kinda makes me feel a little out of my comfort zone, but if we are talking short term, nowhere! I just love to travel and see everything. How other people live, where and why…it kind of makes me tick…Now Long term…there’s another list!

L: I think everywhere has something to see.

V: Best part of a traveling lifestyle?

A: Seeing friends on the road, always seeing new things, touring with my best mate and probably best of all…coming home!

L: Meeting a variety of different cultures, different than yours. It kills any prejudice you might have.

V: The place you go to again and again?

A: Tulum, Mexico. We’ve been there so much, so many times over the years. I remember that beach when it was just you, a stray dog and the pelicans. It’s changed a lot over the years…but it will always be a go to!

L: Tulum. For better or worse 😀 😀



Audiofly is going to play around a lot this month of December so make sure you’ll catch these two masters of tech/deep house at their epic parties!

Sat Dec 9 | Auslage, Vienna

Sat Dec 16 | Heart, Miami

Fri Dec 22 | Public Works, SF

Sat Dec 23 | Union, LA

Thu De 28 | Warung Beach Club, Brazil

Fr Dec 29 | Cafe de la Musique, Troncoso, Brazil

Sun Dec 31 | Flying Circus presents NYE, Tulum Mexico



Check out the interview on our partner’s blog Ninu Nina and discover more cool interviews!

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