Interactive Noise


He’s not an easy game for those who prefer everything being neatly labelled. Mixing styles in a fun-loving and daredevil manner, the sound of Hugo Venegas is characterized by constant change, in other words: Interactive Noise. If there are any labels for this kind of music, those clearly would be ‘Highly Innovative’ and ‘Progressive’. Within no time, the productions of Interactive Noise gained excited feedback from all around the world with numerous invitations to parties and international festivals following.Hugo never had a closed mind about the different genres of Electronic Dance Music. Rather, the Mexican was instantly fascinated by the huge amount of fun and creative potential they stand for. After exploring clubs and festival dance floors for some years, he started producing his own vision of party sound: A one-of-a-kind mixture of Progressive House, Techno and Electro, everything stuck together by a strong Progressive Trance groove. First tracks were uploaded to internet forums and got amazing feedback- soon even international labels requested to sign Hugo’s music.The “Play” EP, released on SpinTwist Records in 2010, probably marks the final breakthrough of Interactive Noise, since it proved to have a very refreshing own character that fascinated popular DJs all around the world. No big surprise that also Hugo’s debut album “Rewire” gained great feedback the same year. From that moment, things really took off: He appeared on more and more line-ups in South America as well as Europe and became an increasingly popular remix and collaboration producer.At the end of 2011, Hugo is working for his second collaboration EP with the German duo Fabio & Benni Moon. Beside various contributions for compilations, also his second album has been announced for early 2012, again on SpinTwist Records.


Tracks #1 1
Releases #1 10
Tracks in Top 10 19
Releases in Top 10 44
Tracks in Top 100 99
Releases in Top 100 75
Days in Top 100 Tracks 3601
Days in Top 100 Releases 4035
These stats concerns the main Top 100 and the Top 100 for each genre. Data for tracks start on November 1st 2012, and data for releases start on January 1st 2014.