…Ibiza opened everything in my life. It changed me. It gave me the name Loco. It let me dive deep into electronic music. It let me understand myself; find out who I am. Experience a lot of good things, a lot of bad things. I learned everything in those years. I was close to a lot of nationalities; I learned about a lot of cultures. That was for me the experience of my life, and I’m happy that I experienced it. It was an intensive four years. [Ibiza]’s a hippie island; you have to be open-minded. You have to let yourself go, but you need to come out as well. You see a lot of people who left everything and are just living a normal life there. It is difficult to tell the people it is like this or like that. It’s not what you see on TV or what you read. You have to discover it for yourself, maybe even alone.
Loco Dice (aka Yassine Ben Achour)
Loco Dice interview (possibly this one by Examiner) and t-shirts all around Ibiza.
Today I am fortunate to have woken up.
Walking 1000 miles of world is better than reading 10,000 scrolls of books.