With the current civil rights movement sweeping throughout the US and across the world, it’s seems like there is a reckoning for our current society and inequitable systems that have caused so much angst and heartbreak for people of colour. While I’ve come across my fair share of close-minded and ignorant people in my life, […]Read More The Reckoning
This downtime from shows has given a lot of DJs, producers and other creatives the time to learn some new techniques, build on some existing ones and just as importantly, catch up on some sleep. While I haven’t stumbled across as many burners as usual the past couple months, I anticipate a steady stream of […]Read More Beats & Pieces: May 2020
January is usually a nice and mellow start to the year after an action-packed holiday season capping off with the biggest party of the year on NYE. December 2019 was probably my busiest month ever and lucky for me January has turned into a bit of a beast too. The usual onslaught of gigs as […]Read More Hibernation?
Say what you want about social media; that it’s an incredible waste of time, it’s like the McDonald’s of reading, it’s toxic psychological ramifications could be the downfall of humanity, but it does have one redeeming quality: it’s great for crowd-sourcing. I recruited some heads in my network for some help on this latest instalment. […]Read More Beats & Pieces
Strobe Light: June (Part 1) The Season With summer just around the corner our senses are beginning to get glimpses of the months ahead. The smell of a trusty grill doing its work, the hustle and bustle of a busy patio and the steady thump of a kick drum emanating from various venues and vehicles. […]Read More Strobe Light: June (Part 1)
Toque usage hit an all time high and this fact was not lost on the crew. Jokes were made. Freestyles were ciphered and lines were written. We may have taken this joke too far. But, I’m glad we did. You probably don’t want to know how much time I spent on this bad boy, but […]Read More Toques
With the busy summer gig season fast approaching, we’ve been making a concerted effort into putting together some valuable content for all the amazing people subscribed to this blog and hopefully some new faces in the crowd popping by to see what’s up. In the coming weeks, we are excited to take a deep […]Read More Low End Theory: Finding Clarity Between Your Kick Drum and Bass
Putting yourself in an oversized body capsule full of hundreds of pounds of lukewarm salt water isn’t most people’s idea of good time. Flotation restricted environmental stimulation therapy as it’s formally known, involves spending a significant amount of time in a tank that has been filled with 800 pounds of epsom salts. This makes you […]Read More The Art of Float: Sensory Deprivation Tank Therapy for Creatives