Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Some friends of mine are making a kick ass graphic novel called Escape from Jesus Island. They've been letting fans submit pictures to be turned into a mutant by artist Mortimer Glum. I made all the tunes they used in this video and my daughter Jade even has a split second cameo towards the end.
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
My show is called Sine Language Sessions and airs every week.
Started a mixcloud account just for uploading Sub.FM shows. Quick link for all shows can be found at the mixcloud tab on the right of this page.
Sunday nights 10pm-12am EST (US)
Monday mornings 3am-5am GMT (UK)
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Had an excellent time on jungletrain.net last night with Mizeyesis. Here's my mix from the show we did together. This one is dedicated to the memory of my good friend Robert Chrysler. A visionary homeless poet from Toronto, who was very excited to hear this air and passed away the evening it did.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Friday, August 17, 2012
Extremely proud to finally let this mix see the light of day. Nicholas Concklin (aka the Orator) runs Mushpost. A top notch show on sub.fm broadcasting out of Burlington VT. He's definitely on a very similar path to myself in terms of the music we're pushing. Proud to have the support and very happy with how this one came out.
Stylistically this mix covers a lot of territory while simultaneously making a conscious decision to remain as cohesive as possible. Little dashes of ukg/jungle/proper electro influences throughout.
I managed to get a Sub.FM show and headlined Music Ecology in Boston off the back of this mix.
The soundcloud link is from the actual Mushpost broadcast.
If you'd like a 320kbps mp3 to bump in the car without commentary you can snag that here.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
I remember being particularly impressed with Psydways' set compared to previous ones I had heard of the faster bpms up until that point. Rick has managed to surprise me multiple times since then. You should peep his soundcloud
Saturday, February 18, 2012
I throw two parties a year. One when the snow melts (Sines of Spring) and another close to Halloween (Sines of Fear). This was my first Sines of Fear party in 2010. A personal favorite for many friends. Stylistically it's a blend of really dark and sinister bass music with an emphasis on breaks and thick subs. Enjoy!
flyer by Popgirl 23