Emerging as two of Australia’s most prominent DJs, Feenixpawl are a duo of constant praise in the world of electronic music. Having performed at major festivals like Electric Zoo, Future Music Festival, Stereosonic and TomorrowWorld while garnering the international interest from the likes of Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto, Avicii, and David Guetta, the producers aren’t slowing down anytime soon in their musical journey.
Following the massive success of their hit dance track ‘In My Mind’ and their follow up singles ‘Universe’ and ‘Together’, the duo have been enlisted by Kaskade and commissioned to produce remixes by some of the biggest record labels in the world, including Big Beat, Ultra, Neon and Onelove. Accolades aside, their recent tour and plethora of new music has found themselves spending most time on the road. With a jam-packed tour ranging across day and night, we caught up with Feenixpawl about their touring lifestyle and what it’s like to hit the road as a DJ.
What are you watching?
Just finished up True Detective, and re-runs of South Park and American Dad are never far away. Once the new season of Game of Thrones starts though… game over.
What are you listening to?
Chvrches, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, and all our new music we’re working on in order to perfect it.
What are you reading?
What are you eating?
We try and eat as well as possible with lots of fruit and vegetables and little meat. We will always try local cuisine though. Where are you sleeping? Wherever we can. Airports, on planes, Air b’n’b’s and of course hotels. Sleep generally isn’t a priority on tour though.
What can’t you live without while on the road?
Apple TV is essential when staying in countries with no English TV. That, SOL REPUBLIC headphones and a manual water filter.
What is your one guilty pleasure while touring?
Sometimes on layovers I’ll listen to the entire 5ive album – Invincible What is your favourite tour photo or video? I think the video of us playing ‘In My Mind’ at Stereosonic Sydney in 2012 was definitely a special moment for us. In a way, it felt like all our hard work and dedication to doing what we love had culminated in this one moment.