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Outstanding producer of hardcore warns about the life of the DJ

Charly Lownoise sent condolences to the family of Avicii and confessed to having suffered something similar during his early musical career.

Happy hardcore and gabber DJ and producer Charly Lownoise, Best known for his popular topic “Wonderful Days” with Mental Theo, he confessed to being deeply affected by the sad death of Avicii.

With more than 25 years in the world of mixing and music production, Ramon Roelofs He has witnessed the rapid rise of electronic and dangers of stressful life of those who are behind it, so he decided to express their views, and share their own life story.

Why was no one to help him?

That's what makes me sad. He was watching the documentary "Avicii: True Stories" last week and believe it or not, during the last three minutes I had this message (...) Goosebumps and distrust.

During the 90's, I had some of the same problems as Tim suffered: stress, exhaustion, arrhythmia, insomnia. For months, perhaps years, he had ignored all the signs and warnings in my body pain and stress. Because of my refusal, my mind began producing dark thoughts. My dream of becoming a famous DJ and producer, slowly became a nightmare.

In late 1996, during a hectic period of travel around the world, presentations and creativity in the studio, my body is rendered on a club while he was mixing. As if something told me "If you do not intervene, then I will." My subconscious showed me incredible powers, and I canceled all my primary brain ceñales.

In the hospital, the doctor told me to give me some time, but that was impossible. Bookeado had a whole year ahead. So I took 2 weeks to recover. For me, this was a very slow withdrawal. A reboot. And because I tried to profoundly change something in my life, sincronizidad gave me many opportunities.

First of all, I started doing sports nuevamnete to raise my body and mind to a much higher frequency. Thanks to my brother Marcus Roelofs, who was a brilliant boxing champion at that time.

And a couple of years later, I read an article about two managers taking 6 months retreat in a monastery. I looked for a teacher, I found it and I learned to control my mind and my emotions, being more specific: I learned to tame the bull inside me, which would always run, unless he was stopped by his rider.

Now, 20 years later, meditation has become so much of my life. I help myself and others to stop for a moment, creating balance.

I was fortunate to not stop at the club at 27 or 28 and very lucky to have around me, people like my brother, my meditation teacher and my girlfriend. Those people, in addition to enjoying doing what you like, the importance of connecting and listen showed me the basic functions. Occasionally spend time in nature. Connect with your deeper side. Because if you do not, then nature will call back.

Best wishes to your family, friends and of course their fans.

We have lost a true musician, but his music always we will remember him as a legend!

Author Rodrigo Barría

Content Creator & Community Manager. Valparaíso, Chile.




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