Said The Sky aka Trevor Christensen is a Colorado native. One of the most sought after artists, the DJ and producer continues to push musical boundaries with his forward-thinking sounds. Known for his infectious, melodic background and fresh outlook on music production, SAID THE SKY is one of those rare talents that is able to capture every emotion and embed it into satisfying soundscapes. His music alone is more than just ear candy, it's an experience leaves you wanting more. We got a chance to meet him before his sold out performance at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco.
Tell us a little bit about your tour with ILLENIUM?
It was crazy, it was really fun, It was my first time ever on a bus tour, it was tight you fall asleep on the bus and wake up and your at the next city.
What was your favorite place to visit? The energy, the vibe of the people?
I don’t know if I have a specific favorite but west coast in general always have the best vibes for my style of music, they are much more receptive to all of it.
How many places did you visit on the last tour?
Did you find it taking a toll on your body at all?
Actually no, that was what was cool and being on a bus is like. If we were flying everyday that would suck because we would have to wake up early enough, have all of our bags, make sure there on the plane, you know what I mean?
Yea definitely! What's one of your favorite songs to play on stage?
The remix of “Fireflies” for sure.
Do you plan on going on anymore tours?
After the MARSHMELLO dates, I'm gonna take some time to finish up some music i've been working on and I don’t know if I can say much more than that.
How did you come up with your name?
This is gonna sound stonerish but I wasn't high. I was laying on the roof of my car waiting for some friends to show up. And I was wondering what the sky would sound like if it made sound. Like if it was a super embowling sound coming from the sky. Would it be more of spiritual one on on, everybody heard something different or be like arbitrary noise. It gave me some direction at the time.