Playing to one or 100,000, DJ Nicky Romero's passion is the same

American DJ Steve Aoki will play music from his newly released Neon Future IV album at Marquee Singapore's first anniversary party next Friday. Dutch DJ Nicky Romero, who performed at Marquee Singapore last year, has been using the time off the road
Dutch DJ Nicky Romero, who performed at Marquee Singapore last year, has been using the time off the road for self-reflection and creating new music. PHOTO: MARQUEE SINGAPORE
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Dutch DJ Nicky Romero, best known for his breakout tracks like Toulouse and I Could Be The One with late Swedish DJ Avicii, is no stranger to Marquee Singapore, having last played at the venue in October last year.

The 31-year-old, who is based in Amsterdam, speaks to The Straits Times about his upcoming set at Marquee Singapore's first anniversary virtual party next Friday and connecting with his audience in new ways.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 14, 2020, with the headline Playing to one or 100,000, DJ Nicky Romero's passion is the same. Subscribe