David Zowie’s track House Every Weekend took the clubbing world by storm back in 2015, DJs in clubs, disco bars and pubs all over the world were playing the track three or even four times a night. But now, almost two years later, what has become of the producer?
Wunderground caught up with Zowie earlier this week to find out where he is now, “It’s been a crazy couple of years to tell you the truth,” he told us. “I never thought that House Every Weekend was going to take off the way it did but I’m definitely glad it did, it totally changed my life and I’ll always be grateful the opportunities it opened up for me.”
“The first few months were a total roller coaster ride,” explained the producer. “Everyone wanted a piece of me, I had promoters offering me ten grand to come and play at their nights, everywhere I went people were giving me free drink and drugs and the women were absolutely throwing themselves at me, it was amazing but I always felt that it was too good to last and I turned out to be right.”
“The music industry is a fickle business and you’re only ever as good as you’re last track,” continued Zowie. “Once Lee Walker’s remix of Freak Like Me came out nobody wanted to know about House Every Weekend anymore. After that. the offers got progressively smaller and eventually dried up, I was left picking up my own bar tab and I was back pulling my plumb to Babestation at three o’clock on Saturday mornings.”
“Now things are back to exactly the way they were before House Every Weekend,” revealed Zowie, “I’m back living in my one bed apartment every weekend, and during the week, and I was lucky enough to get my old job in Tesco back, I really loved my time in the music industry but, to be honest with you, I’m kinda glad things have gone back to the way they are.”