We chat with Mizz Behave, one of the most mysterious artists in the hardcore scene

We interviewed Mizz Behave, one of the most mysterious artists in the hardcore scene and who we were able to enjoy on our streaming.

Hardcore, yoga and a mask that hides the person behind Mizz behave. An artist with clear ideas, fun and offstage is in charge of do your bit to help others. We talk about its beginnings, how the hardstyle chose you her, her projection on the scene and the tandem that forms with GPF among other things. Thank you to participate again with us, since you previously participated in our last streaming.

ENGLISH INTERVIEW | INTERVIEW IN SPANISH

ENGLISH INTERVIEW

Festival Season (FS): Let's start with a more personal question, how is the person behind the mask of Mizz Behave? How would you define yourself?

Mizz Behavior (MB): A weirdo. A mix between a duck, a cat and a short llama. But this weirdo is very passionate about hard music.

FS: In 2013, you started with hardstyle and now you play uptempo, what made you choose that subgenre?

MB: In 2012 I started to produce and play 90 bpm hard-sound music (slow violent). Then I wanted more. And more. And more. Dunno exactly when I ended up at 200 bpm. I still love the hardest raw and slow though. Slower doesn't necessarily mean less violent x

FS: What influenced you to choose hardstyle?

MB: I've never chosen. It chose me. I've always liked hard sounds, since the first time I've heard them when I was 13. You know when you listen to something new for the first time and you just feel like “this shit is mine”? Exactly that.

FS: How did you come up with the alias "Mizz Behave"? How did you become part of Greazy Records?

MB: "Come on, misbehave, 'cause GPF is fake!" We needed a line between the crazy sounds of gpf and mainstream hardcore. I'm doing my best to fill this gap with a slice of bread, nutella and oddness.
Ah, and then there's the kebab contest story!

FS: We found your «Yoga Sessions» very interesting, where we can see how you begin with rawstyle and you go little by little increasing those bpm. Have you thought of doing this more frequently?

MB: I do it every time I play! It represents me, what I like, what I feel. I am very glad you like my Yoga Session, I am currently creating a brand for it and in December I will release the 2nd session!

FS: At the Shutdown Festival livestream, we had the pleasure to see a B2B with GPFHow fun was it to make that set together? Are you doing any other set together soon?

MB: It was the first time that we officially played together. It was fun! I like the fact that mr. Greazy always brings with him a piece of cheese in his pocket before to play, as a good-luck wish. For now we just livestream together (I join their streams around once-twice a month) and I'm sure we will play together live again somewhere as soon as possible!

FS: During your last stream you showed us two new tracks featuring Miss Enemy and The Freaky Bastard. Are you gonna surprise us with any other collaboration?

MB: I surely will! I already have something in the making in my bag of fruits.

FS: Do you plan to add video clips to your next releases?

MB: It would be very nice to be able to make a video clip for every new track released! So yes, I hope I will be able to gift more of my silly content also in the form of video clips.

FS: We saw that 4 of your tracks are in the voting list for the Masters of Hardcore Top 100. Which one do you prefer?
- Sugar beatz - Mizz Behave x Miss Enemy
- Greazed Up - GPF x Caine x Mizz Behave
- Loca - Mizz Behave x The Freaky Bastard
- Spaghetti Love - GPF x Mind Compressor (Mizz Behave RMX)

MB: Well, this is a hard question. To remix Spaghetti Love from GPF was an honor for me. It was the first track of theirs that I've ever listened to. I was so happy when they gave me the opportunity to remix it!
Greazed up was my first Anthem (that we released during quarantine, silly ferrets we are.), I hope you enjoy my lil Arabian melody.
It was really fun to make Loca, the collab with The Freaky Bastard, the fastest guy on the Earth in producing music!
Sugar beatz, my last release with Miss Enemy, was interesting to create as it was the first time that I was able to plan a video from start to finish.

FS: We only have 15 days left of this difficult year, are you working on any projects to start the new year?

MB: I am currently working on a new solo track, I still have to choose a title for it, "Boss Bitch" or "Down Low"?!
Anyway I'm planning to release it at the beginning of January. Hopefully it will be a good start for the new mysterious 2021.

FS: Behind the scenes, how is Mizz Behave life? Do you have any hobbies that allow you to disconnect from the music?

MB: I actually am doing yoga once a week, but I'm passionate in fitboxing. To punch and kick a bag on time with music, what is there better? X
Also - it's a job more than a hobby, but I like it a lot: I am a teacher. It is very satisfying to help people to learn something new.

FS: Last question, but not least, what made your feet so famous in Onlyfans?

MB: Ahahah firstly, it's an account shared between me and GPF.
Secondly, for us, it's an OnlyFeet account. We just share special content (normally feet) to joke. Of course, we are working to surprise you musically with this silly feet thing, where I'm also doing the vocals. We will post a preview of the track there!

INTERVIEW IN SPANISH

Festival Season (FS): We start with a more personal question. What is the person behind Mizz Behave's mask like? How would you define yourself?

Mizz Behave (MB): A weirdo. A mix between a duck, a cat and a small llama. But this weirdo is passionate about hard music.

FS: Since your inception, you've gone from playing hardstyle in 2013 to playing uptempo right now. What made you choose this subgenre?

MB: In 2012 I started producing and playing 90 bpm hard music (violent slow). So I wanted more. And more. And more. I don't know exactly when I finished at 200 bpm. I still love the harder raw and slower though. Slower does not necessarily mean less violent x

FS: What were your influences so that you will opt for the hard genre?

MB: I have never chosen. He chose me. I have always loved loud sounds, from the first time I heard it when I was 13 years old. You know when you hear something new for the first time and feel like "this shit is mine"? Exactly that.

FS: How did the aka “Mizz Behave” come about? How did you end up being part of Greazy Records?

MB: "Come on, misbehave, 'cause GPF is fake!" We needed a line between crazy gpf sounds and mainstream hardcore. I'm doing my best to fill this void with a slice of bread, nutella, and oddities.
Ah! Then there is the history of the kebab contest!

FS: We found the “yoga sessions” that you did previously very interesting. In it, you start with raw and progressively increase the bpms. Do you plan to do any more?

MB: I do it every time I DJ! It represents me, what I like, what I feel. I am very happy that you like my yoga session, I am currently creating a brand for it and in December I will launch the second session.

FS: At the Shutdown Festival virtual event, we enjoyed a b2b with Greazy Puzzy Fuckers. How fun is it to do a set with him? Do you have any set pending together soon?

MB: It was the first time we were officially DJing together. It was fun! I like the fact that Mr. Greazy always has a piece of cheese with him in his pocket before playing, as a wish for good luck. For now we only broadcast live together (I join their broadcasts once or twice a month) and I am sure we will be playing live together again somewhere ASAP.

FS: Also, in your last streaming you showed us 2 new IDs with Miss Enemy and The Freaky Bastard. What will your next release be? Do you plan to add video clips to your next releases?

MB: I sure will! I already have something in preparation in my bag of fruit.

FS: We saw that 4 of your tracks are on the voting list for the Masters of Hardcore Top 100. Which prefer?
- Sugar Beatz - Mizz Behave x Miss Enemy
- Greazed Up - GPF x Caine x Mizz Behave
- Loca - Mizz Behave x The Freaky Bastard
- Spaghetti Love - GPF x Mind Compressor (Mizz Behave RMX).

MB: Well this is a difficult question. Mixing GPF Spaghetti Love was an honor for me. It was the first track from them that I heard. I was so happy when they gave me the opportunity to remix it!
Greazed up was my first hymn (which we released during quarantine, you dumb ferrets that we are), I hope you enjoy my little Arabic tune
It was so much fun doing Loca, the collaboration with The Freaky Bastard, the fastest guy on Earth to produce music!
Sugar beatz, my latest release with Miss Enemy, was interesting to create as it was the first time I was able to plan a video clip from start to finish.

FS: There are only 15 days left to finish this difficult year. Are you working on a project for the end of the year?

MB: I am currently working on a new solo track, do I still have to choose a title for it, "Boss Bitch" or "Down Low"?!
Anyway, I plan to release it in early January. Hopefully it's a good start to the mysterious new 2021.

FS: Offstage, what is life like for Mizz Behave? Do you have a hobby that allows you to disconnect from music?

MB: I do yoga once a week, but I am passionate about fitboxing. To hit and kick a sack in time with music, what is better? X
Also, it's a job more than a hobby, but I like it a lot: I'm a teacher. It is very satisfying to help people learn something new.

FS: Last but not least. How did you make your foot so famous on OnlyFans?

MB: haha ​​first of all, it's a shared account between GPF and me. Second, for us, it is an OnlyFeet account. We only share special content (usually feet) for a joke. Of course we are working to surprise you musically with this nonsense of feet, where I am also doing the vocals. We will post a preview of the track there!

FS: It was a pleasure to have you here again! Thank you for participating with us for the second time and for your willingness at all times. Wish you many successes ... And may we see you soon in Spain!

MB: I wanted to thank all my Spanish fans and obviously you from Festival Season for the support! I studied Spanish at the university for 5 years, but I never had the opportunity to go to Spain. I hope that as soon as this situation ends, I can play an event there!

Thanks again,
I send you all a lot of love and cheese.
mizz

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