In Paris, the duo are well known around the nightlife and dinner lounge circuit, but you needn't have gone that far to have heard of them, as they are making waves in Hong Kong and around Asia as well.
HKClubbing: You’ve been performing overseas with Zuma Restaurants. How did that go?
Brahms & Co: Dubai, Miami and Hong Kong are 3 great cities where the best place in town is zuma... displaying taste and refinement. We are deeply happy to work with such efficient and hard working people all over the world.
HKC: How does performing overseas compare to performing here in Hong Kong and how is the crowd different?
B&C: Each places is unique, Hong Kong is amazing!
HKC: You’re in Hong Kong performing at Zuma for quite a while, do you prefer long residencies or do you enjoy short bookings around the world?
B&C: Both are thrilling as long you can balance it
HKC: Do you DJ all year round or is there a particular time of the year when you have a break?
B&C: We hardly stop making music but we usually try to be off for Chinese New Year!
HKC: Describe your style of music and what is unique about it.
B&C: Our music is a travel through music and sounds : soul, rare groove, dance floor electronic music. We also like to use local ingredients while we are touring. So we might remix live an old Ling Ying soul song on our next set.
HKC: How did you get your residency in Zuma?
B&C: We have met the executive team at Bed Supper Club Bangkok while we were performing there. They asked us to work with them in Dubai, Miami and now in HK.
Brahms & Co play at Zuma from 9pm till 12am until Saturday 13 August, The Landmark 15 Queen’s Rd., Central.