Cookie Monsta Talks Lost Lands And Status Of Dubstep

The first year Lost Lands was an overwhelming success. Held in Southeast Ohio, thousands attendees spent the weekend walking amongst the dinosaurs fueled by bass. Plenty performing artists had standout sets. One those was none other than the Circus Dubstep king Cookie Monsta. Many were ranting and raving post Lost Lands that he was the best set the weekend. Cookie was a perfect match for the biggest dubstep festival ever thrown in the states.

Otherwise known as Tony Cook, Cookie Monsta is originally from Nottingham, UK. He started his career as a kid creating music f his brother’s PlayStation.

In college, he pursued a degree in music technology. This is where he found Rusko’s signature sound and instantly became hooked. Feeding f that inspiration from Rusko, he began making his own music in the Dubstep realm. His first release titled ‘Ginger Pubes/Blurgh! was an instant success. He’s now known world-wide and a key player on Flux Pavilion’s Circus Records.

Coming f a 2017 tour with Excision, he was one the first to know the idea behind Lost Lands. We got to sit down backstage before his set for a quick chat:

What do you think Lost Lands so far? Could you ever see yourself throwing a festival like this?

Has there ever been a point in your career when you realized how big you had become?

Tell me about the relationship between you and Funtcase? You both seems to have a type energy that really works with a crowd.

What do you like to do when you aren’t touring?

What are your thoughts on the current state Dubstep?

Is there a favorite venue or festival you like to play at most?

Can you give us a sneak peak to any upcoming projects albums?