Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Fast Talk; an Instant Interview with ...PAUL VAN DYCK

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Fast Talk; an Instant Interview with ...PAUL VAN DYCK

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Byline: REBECCA BARNES

instant interview Voted the world's No 1 DJ in a magazine poll, East German-born Van Dyk, 34, played to more than a million people at Berlin's Love Parade festival this summer. He has also set up children's charities in Germany and India.

His latest mix album, The Politics Of Dancing, is out now.

Tube or black cab?

Cab, because normally when I need to go places the Tube has stopped running.

CD or vinyl?

If I had to choose it would be CD, but I am actually using computer software to mix right now.

Hoxton or Soho?

Soho because I like all the little food stores - I am a food addict.

Heathrow or Gatwick?

Heathrow, as most of my connecting flights to the US go from there.

Club or festival?

Club. I love festivals but crowd interaction is more intimate and powerful in a club.

North or south London?

North, mainly because of the mix of restaurants and bars.

Ibiza or Miami?

Ibiza. I love Miami but Ibiza is closer, cosmopolitan and vibey, and you can really see how electronic music is bringing people of all religions together. …

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