In this candid interview, AVYVA, an electronic music producer hailing from South-West Germany, opens up about his musical journey, influences, and aspirations. With roots in both Germany and Turkey, AVYVA has been in the music scene since 2014 and has developed a unique style he calls “Jungle Rave.” Inspired by industry giants like David Guetta, Martin Garrix, and Deadmau5, he aims to break conventional boundaries and offer listeners an escape into new, imaginative worlds. AVYVA talks about his favorite tracks, the message he wants to convey, and his future plans, including a radio show and touring. He also shares a humorous episode involving feedback from fellow producers. Get ready to dive into the mind of an artist who believes “the best is yet to come.

Interview with AVYVA

Tell us about yourself, who are you and where do you come from?

My Artist Name is AVYVA, an electronic music producer from South-West Germany. I have half German and half Turkish roots and I was born in Summer 1994.

How was your passion for music born? Who are your idols?

My passion for music was born back in 2014/2015, by playing soccer with friends and their I met a good friend of mine. I was not into any music production just tried some online platforms but they are far away from any professional ones. This was the start into a complete new world and this new friend I made is also a Techno producer. He explained me about the Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) Ableton, it’s the one I won’t change because I love the workflow. My biggest Idols are David Guetta, Martin Garrix and Deadmau5. But the list of my idols is much longer, longer than I can writing down hear…

What kind of music do you do?

I love to produce House/Trance/Techno/Tech House/Dance/Pop and Future Rave. Also I hate it, to think in a box and every time I am producing new tunes, I try to think out of any boxes and genres, I try to combinate Styles of this Industry. Founded my own Style called “Jungle Rave” back in end end of 2021 and it captures a new Era of Sound.

What is the most important song for you? What message do you want to convey to the listener?

“Jungle Vibes” or “I Can Feel The Strength” (own recorded voice) in the House Genre are one of my favorites and also “Dreaming” or “Stratosphere” in the Rave Genre. A very dark atmospheric track is the minimal one “Administrator”. My music and I having the goal to explode the most common boundaries in the music scene, like you have to be super famous and you have to produce what labels want from you. I want to build something new, freedom for my production process, and also for my mind, free from the worries about mental health (because I have emotional issues) and directly into a new imaginary world through my music. I dreamed to change the world but the world changed me, that’s my Motto.

Why should a listener who doesnโ€™t know you listen to your music?

By hearing the music of AVYVA you will leaving earth for some moments, it will take you to places, you have never dreamed before. That places are sometimes crazy, dreamy, dark, atmospheric or relaxed but most to rave and bang your heads. Feel free to lose your mind and lose all your worries and feel comfortable. You will definitely feel also the bass, a lot of bass. Are you ready for the quality of over 8 years music production skills?

What are your future projects? Where do you see yourself 5 years from now?

I am planning to start a radio show and touring, once I’ve managers for it, signing to good labels but most of the time being happy to have such an amazing opportunity to do what other dream to do: Radio, Club or Festival Music. I don’t know what the next 5 years will bring, but I hope it will the best I can get, and the best is yet to come!

Tell our readers a funny episode that happened in your career as an artist.

Sometimes I get feedback from some Youtubers and also sound designer or music producer. Once I got Feedback by Evolution Of Sound, better known as Zen World from Mexico. The Track was called “Raving Time” and it begins with some cowbell, a person in the chat wrote “Garrix 2.0” another one “Cowbell – House” and Zen World was thinking I am from India, when he found out I am from Germany he said “There is no excuse, there is no excuse…” And he said a very nice complement in the end of his review and feedback “You will all laughing. You were all laughing about yourselves. We were all at that point, we all made tracks like this. Even my students did stuff like this” I was very nervous it was also very funny the whole episode of this Zen World Livestream. Big Shout Out and slo huge thanks to him and also to, EDWANmusic, Patrick Belfort, MusicbyLUKAS, DongKong Music, Wildcrow music, MoFalk, Jon Sine, Josh from W.A. Production and Funk’D’Void for all the support the last years. If I forgot someone, I am sorry, was not intended.