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He takes on his constantly-criticized image… and also a half gallon of Breyers, which he in appropriately slurps as he dishes practical advice on clean bottoms. I have a confession to make: I like you better now than I did at the beginning of your career. Yeah, fuck me. I blame the Internet.

I got bits and pieces of you. The abs. The music. People have such incredibly low expectations of me, that I just need to show up. For my performances, I need to not be terrible and people will be impressed. Young, good-looking, white, gay men — we love to hate those people. I had this unreasonable expectation that I was going to be understood by people and it took me a long time to get over that.

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Of course I do care. I revel in not caring, but I still am human. Some people just make more sense in a headline.

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With me, I still am just a regular person operating in the same world as everyone else. Was that time in your career as confusing for you as it was for other people? I just never put much energy into thinking about what it was classified as.

No — I have to learn everything through life experience. I just feel like it fits my personality to be more cuddly and look like a bear a little bit. Even having shitty facial hair fits my personality. Can you talk about the struggle to be taken seriously as a music artist when there are half-naked photos of you circulating all over the Internet?

So why should I expect people to take the time to understand me? I take my music seriously. Everybody has to feel like they have to be a special snowflake. It has to be some statement about them. Oh my god — of course I do. But I try to take personal responsibility and not lash out at that person because they maybe make me feel less. I just fucking look at the picture and enjoy it. I could either leave a really bitter comment about it on the Internet or I could go work on my own shit and be the best I can be. I never was a model. I never got paid for any of it. Max Emerson is a model.

I just wanted to take pictures of myself with my clothes off. You recently got naked for a promo advertising bassackwards tees. Tell me about that. I just wanted to make a video that was beautiful and sexy. And show my dick? Googling myself is a really scary thing that could have really adverse effects on my psyche! It took a long time. But I really reacted and made a scene.

Tickling is one of those things. It was uncomfortable. I like to keep those things separate. I really do wanna have something out in the next couple of months and I wanna move more quickly with getting content out there. So, what am I saying now? By BeBe Sweetbriar l www.

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Tel Aviv, Scheiman is known for his high energy sound that combines house, progressive, tribal and tech house with strong. We see albums by DJs selling millions and topping the charts like Calvin Harris, David Guetta, and their name appearing as the artist of a project. April 30 for the club party PhoeniX. Do you do anything differently in your preparation to play an intimate club versus a huge festival or circuit party? That has to make you feel good professionally that you have that kind of respect from your peers. Celebrity Trash is a new series of portraits in which pop artist Jason Mecier glorifies.

I received a box of her collected junk 3 weeks later! SF, Montgomery St. Opening Reception: Fri. May 6, pm late. The soundscore — recently nominated for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award — is broken into 17 sections that sweep the audience through history and into intimate first-hand experiences of the early AIDS epidemic. Artist Spotlight. April 29, Gloss Magazine. Fuck you! When did you stop caring as much? Laughs Can you talk about the struggle to be taken seriously as a music artist when there are half-naked photos of you circulating all over the Internet?

It is what it is. Would you ever go back into modeling full time? How do they decide how much butt to show in a video like that? Under what circumstances would you go completely au natural? If it makes people happy… How has notoriety changed your life? How has it changed dating for you? Have you ever been faced with a flirty fan that made you uncomfortable?

You have to slap their wrist? Or if they wanted to play your music during sex. Based in Tel Aviv, Scheiman is known for his high energy sound that combines house, progressive, tribal and tech house with strong melodies and memorable vocals all of which are present in his current release, a remake of Say A Little Prayer with powerhouse vocalist Katherine Ellis. His live sets feature strong grooves and powerful basslines that ignite his dance floors and create euphoric experiences. And, his official remixes and original productions stand out as massive club anthems that combine his love for high energy beats with passionate melodies and memorable breaks.

Scheiman has played some of the biggest parties and clubs in the United States, Europe and the Middle East. I spoke with Guy by phone from his home in Tel Aviv while he was preparing for his rare visit to California to play in San Francisco at the End Up on April 30 about his music, his record label Guy Scheiman Music, the music and club scene in Tel Aviv and more. How did you come to choose this song to cover with Katherine Ellis? I always wanted to take that song to another level and give it a twist.

I took the original melody as a reference, but especially with a cover, I like to give it a new twist. I added more chords to give it that anthem feel, which is really my thing. We made a very updated House track. Guy Scheiman: In one aspect it is an honor. Everything is online. The market is over flooded. BeBe: But even with all of that, I still believe that in the long run those who are well versed in the rudiments of music, such as you and so many of my favorite DJs will always prevail and fallout on top from the masses of DJs out there.

It just makes me feel good. Is it me or is it that bouncy Middle Eastern flavor I hear in the mix? Guy Scheiman: The influence was a bit of the local Tel Aviv style. I did use the original vocals, but not all just part of the verse and the hook. The thing is when you do an official remix for a big label, you have to somewhat follow the things they want, unless they give you complete freedom.

But when you do your own stuff you can do whatever you want which is why I started my own label Guy Scheiman Music. With your own label, you can be true to yourself and the sound you produce in your music. BeBe: You have played at some of the biggest music festivals, circuit parties and Prides across the world along with creating some of the most recognizable mixes in the studio. How do you compare playing sets before a live audience to creating in the studio?

Guy Scheiman: For me, as much as I like to produce, to spin my music live in front of an audience and see their faces and how they dance and how they react to the music with their hands in the air with enjoyment gives me life. It gives me energy. At the end of the day, DJs are entertainers here to give joy and pleasure for the people who come to listen to us. BeBe: You have such a wealth of material released and out there that we have come to love.

How difficult, if at all, is it for you to stay away from playing sets filled with just your produced music? Guy Scheiman: My journey was coming from a clubber to being a Outside of just DJing a lot, I believe you have to be or have been amongst them in order to understand what they want when it comes to reading a crowd.

And from that I like so many types of music and have so many colleagues that produce wonderful music. So for me to play just my stuff in a set is almost impossible. I want to support and play the stuff I love from other producers.

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If I play stuff track after track, the set would become generic and maybe a bit boring. There are some DJs you go to see in a concert that will play only their stuff, but when people are coming to a club and not to a concert, you have to have a good balance. Guy Scheiman: With the festivals and circuit parties you have to stay somewhat commercial in your music choices.

Places not as big or small clubs let you be more versatile and free. The energy in a smaller crowd can be much better than a place with 10, people where it can get lost. You can get so much energy from people shouting, jumping, fanning and everything. Guy Scheiman: Of course, that is a big honor. But since I have started Guy Scheiman Music, my label, I have been trying to focus on my original stuff and have people remix my stuff.

It seems so timely because I hear so much about the club and music scene over in Tel Aviv. Guy Scheiman: Here in Tel Aviv, we are very aggressive.

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It is the mentality of the Israeli people to always try to excel and try and stay on top of everything they do. We have a different pace. We like to live life to its fullest and the best we can. We have a lot of talent here.

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