The graduate math student at the University of Amsterdam has been around in the dancescene for at least 17 years now. When he discovered the techno, influenced by Steve Rachmad, it became clear to him that this was the kind of music he preferred. Ritzi soon found out that success would not come to him by itself. Hard labour was to be done.
Ritzi Lee: “It’s wonderfull to see how techno music is created and played each time in a unique way. If you compare me with other DJ artists you will notice how we all interpret the same records differently. And that way it adds a personal touch. Playing techno music is being creative in sound manipulation, emotions, personate something. It’s always a challenge pushing boundaries during live DJ sets, and reaching the ultimate chain reaction in the crowd. No matter how small or how big the crowd is.