Chocolate Puma

Zki and Dobre answer some questions in the run up to their show supporting Fedde Le Grande

Hi guys, how’s it going? 

Chocolate Puma: Excellent, we're having more fun then ever with doing what we do.
Firstly, how was the recent Miami WMC?  A mix of business and pleasure?

With playing 11 shows it was hard work, but so much fun! Our management team is taking care of our business so we can fully focus on our music, but we heard they did some really good business.
The one standout track out there for you?

Wiwek "RIOT”


This Friday sees your Gallery debut at Ministry of Sound, are you looking forward to the night?

Yes very much, as we always enjoy playing with Fedde, and we love the lengendary sound system and vibe of Ministry Of Sound.


Will you be adapting the Chocolate Puma sound in any way for the Friday night Gallery fans?

Of course we do some preparation in the way of organizing some folders with new music, but we always read the crowd and adapt on the spot.


Miami also hosted a ‘Darklight Sessions’ showcase at Mansion nightclub, how did this go?
It was great, Mansion is such a good club. And warming up for Fedde we had the chance to go a bit deeper and tease them. But all in all we had them dancing!


How did you first get involved with Fedde and his Darklight Sessions concept?
We have known Fedde for quite a while now and we always loved each others work. Fedde has been starting a lot of his sets with 2 or 3 Chocolate Puma tracks, so we all knew the time was right for us to join him with Darklight Sessions .


What are the similarities and differences between parties in Miami and London?
Both London and Miami are incomparable with any city in the world. In Miami they're loud and bright, and in London they're more serious, but at the same time slightly crazy haha.

Finally in good old Gallery tradition, three words to describe your forthcoming set?
Energy, grooves, bass.

You can grab tickets for Chocolate Puma and Fedde Le Grande here

Written by The Gallery

31 Mar 2015