The most important aspect of a good collaborator is someone you feel comfortable with.
I think the personal connection is ultra-important, for both artists to get in sync while making music and getting all those ideas from two brains onto one track.
Fittings words taken from an interview with Israel's D-Addiction that perfectly describe the love and process behind his new album 'Out Of Sync'. Having had a highly successful career already as part of Quantize, Adi Ashkenazi followed his own path to create D-Addiction. Now after a few years of working deeper and deeper into his own tech-edged sound style, D-Addiction debuts his first full length album and has packed it full of collaborations, mixing up his sound with influences from friends and cohorts to create something special aimed squarely at the dance floor.
Rocking huge collaborations with the likes of Major7, Vini Vici, Psysex, Sad Paradise, Krunch, Kasadelica and Royal Flush, the proof is in the pudding with how 'In Sync' all the artists involved were in the studio.