My ongoing search for new and amazing music is a perpetual endeavor. I’ve said this before. Sometimes, it feels like I don’t really have much of a choice in the matter. My desire to constantly be updating the iPod in my brain is a necessity for survival as a working DJ. When I’m not browsing the […]Read More Beats and Pieces: YEBBA, Slick Rick and 3rd Bass
There have been many vocal proponents regarding the clinical use of cannabis to treat a variety of ailments. These voices seem to be winning the debate with handy little things like scientific studies and common sense. One of those arguments is that cannabis is a gateway to other harder drugs such as opiates, where opponents […]Read More Cannabis and Opiates: Understanding the Connection
Most of us know the answer to this question, don’t we (hint: it’s not cocaine)? Find out where your favourite DJ is playing, adequately hydrate yourself and go give’er. Now, if you can’t get out to the club, concert or festival, I have outlined an appropriate course of action in 3 easy steps down below. […]Read More How to Dance for an Hour Straight
With the Canada Day Long Weekend in full effect, we’ve found ourselves with a bit of time before the summer swings into full gear with a bevy of club nights, community events, festivals and other events in GVRD. For some of us, June can act like the calm before the storm when we put […]Read More Canada D’eh!
Beats & Pieces: June 2019 I read an article the other day where a scientist spoke about AI and the future of music. I found it intriguing and at the same time pretty laughable. I’ve learned a thing or two about music, throughout my life and even more so, the psychology and business side […]Read More Beats & Pieces: June 2019
Strobe Light: June (Part 2) The Music This month’s selections are traveling through the world of House and Tech House from some lesser-known artists and a few you may have heard from before. Last year’s summer mix had me dipping deep into the world of Jackin’ House (you can peep that here) while this year’s […]Read More 5 Tech House Tracks You Should Hear (Part 2)
I just had an epiphany. Perhaps my usual routine between performances at my residency could be used more productively (yoga? macrame?) This isn’t necessarily a brand new revelation, but a new spin on things in relation to this site. A few years ago I realized that I was going to most likely be spending a […]Read More Left To My Own Device