Check out our interview with Canadian DJ & producer Noah Ayrton who has carved a solid name for himself with a selection of outstanding originals and remixes which have caught the world’s attention. Noah has managed to stand out from the masses and gain increasing recognition with his innovative style of rhythmic electro house and melodic future house.
Delivering a steady stream of impressive releases on a variety of different imprints, Noah Ayrton’s larger-than-life productions have garnered attention on a global scale, dominating the online sphere. His speedy rise to success caught the eye of international superstars Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, R3HAB, Don Diablo, Jay Hardway, Mike Williams and many more!

With releases on high- profile labels such as Spinnin’ Records, Revealed Recordings and Hexagon Records, Noah Ayrton has proven to be one of the most interesting upcoming DJ/Producers now.

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Hi Noah, please tell us a little about you?

Hey! My name is Noah Ayrton Travaglini and I’m a DJ and dance music producer from Montreal, Canada.

Describe yourself in 3 words?

– Meticulous
– Bold
– Determined

We’re sure you have been asked this million times but how did you get in the industry?

I got into the industry through the love of electronic dance music. At the age of 13 years old, my sister introduced me to “trance” and “big room”, which were two of the most popular genres at the time.

From artists like Armin Van Burren to Hardwell, I continued to grow my knowledge on dance music. After attending several festivals and clubs, I realized I wanted to be the guy behind the decks.

From there I began producing and created several artist alias’ but eventually stuck with Noah Ayrton.

Describe your sound in 3 words?

– Unique
– Fierce
– Dark

Do you ever get nervous?

I’m usually chill and laidback but when it comes to getting on stage to perform, I’ll still get nervous at times.

Tell us about your work on popular dance labels like Spinnin’ Records, Revealed Recordings and Hexagon Records?

I would describe my work on popular dance labels like Spinnin’, Revealed and Hexagon to be unique and fresh sounding. These labels are always looking for new sounds that’ll stand out from the crowd but that can also be played out in clubs and festivals of any kind.
As for my experiences with these labels, they have been nothing but positive. They’ve not only helped me reach my goals but also flourish as an artist. I wouldn’t be where I am today without them.

What do you think is different from the Canadian music scene to the U.S.?

I feel as though the Canadian music scene is more genuine, where as in the U.S. the industry is more oversaturated. There are more factors involved when becoming a well-known artist in the U.S. which takes away from the artists actual musical talents.

Which artists and styles inspired and influenced you?

Artists like Oliver Heldens, Don Diablo and KAYTRANADA inspire me to create the “future house” sound I produce.

When all the partying is over how do you like to chill out?

Once all the partying is over I like to relax by watching a TV series or a movie.

Best stage you have ever play?

The best stage I ever played would be at “Le Cinq” in Montreal, Canada.

Funniest thing that ever happened at an event?

The funniest thing that happened at an event would be during one of my sets. The electricity of the venue went out, leaving me with no audio or lighting what so ever.

What’s your favorite club to DJ in?

My favorite club to play in would have to “Bootshaus” in Cologne, Germany.

Did you had plans/gigs planned and cancelled because of COVID? If so have you done any online events or interaction with your fans?

I have had a few shows cancelled although I’m planning on interacting with my fans online through virtual festivals in the coming months!

What is fun and rewarding about what you do? And what’s not?

Having the ability to tour the globe and play out my music. Dealing with rejection from record labels isn’t to fun haha.

What’s your advice for the newer DJ’s? 

One piece of advice would be to make music that you enjoy, be yourself and eventually people will understand and appreciate you more as an artist for being unique.

What’s next for Noah Ayrton in 2021?

You can definitely expect a lot of new music and live sets from me this year, beginning with a collaboration with Going Deeper on Future House Music coming out June 4th! I am also planning on beginning my very own radio show to support upcoming talent.

What book should every entrepreneur read?

Choose Yourself by James Altucher

Best advice ever given?

The best advise I was ever given was to work hard in silence and let success make the noise.

Name one your strengths? 

One of my strengths would be that I’m creative and focused on succeeding in whatever I put my mind to.

Idea of a perfect Sunday?

My perfect Sunday would consist of eating well and spending quality time with family.

What is your own definition of happiness?

Surrounding myself by loved ones and being able to live off of what I love to do each and every day.

Do you support any charities?

Some of the main charities I support include “Autism Speaks Canada” and the “Montreal SPCA”.

What is your favorite healthy food?

My favorite healthy food has to be seafood.

And your favorite cheat food?

My favorite cheat food would be fettuccine Alfredo.

What would be a deal breaker on a first date?

My deal breaker on a first date would be someone who is self-centered and close minded.

If you could meet someone living or dead, who would it be and why?

I would want to meet Avicii because he always pushed the boundaries of dance music and proved to the world that a bedroom producer can be just as successful as any other artist. He is hands down one of my greatest inspirations since a young age.

How do you see yourself in 5 years?

In 5 years, I see myself releasing even more music and playing shows across the globe.

How would you describe your fashion style?

Streetwear is my current fashion style.

What do you think of Social Media?

I think social media is a great place to share your work and collaborate with others. Social media is also essential to use when growing your brand awareness, especially when trying to get your message out and grow as an artist.

Where we can follow you?

Twitch / Facebook / Instagram / Twitter / SoundCloud / Spotify / Apple Music / Bandsintown

 

Quote: “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde

Movie: The Wolf of Wallstreet

Travel Destination: I love Europe and would love to explore more of it.

Sports Team: Manchester City F.C.