Monday, June 29, 2009

new mix, wide variety, more danceable

check out my latest mix. has a lot of variety, and is much more accessible to the dance floor crowd. check it out and let me know what you think.

can be downloading by clicking this link

here is the track listing:

1. luke vibert - viddin session
2. KRS-one - step into a world (rapture's delight)
3. syntheme - easy
4. ceephax acid crew - acid le soken
5. luke vibert - get your head down
6. epmd - so wat cha sayin'
7. burial - ghost hardware
8. luke vibert and jj perry - moog acid 133
9. jaydee - plastic dreams
10. clark - the magnet mine
11. aphex twin - xmd5a
12. plaid - booc
13. synthax error - invasion (the dubsteppers remix)
14. thom york - harrowdown hill (the bug remix)
15. lamb - scratch bass
16. noisia - gutterpump

please forgive the errors, it's only my second attempt at mixing live.

cheers all,

Monday, June 15, 2009

thanks for the mix feedback, check these out

thanks to everyone who gave me feedback on my mix. i really appreciate and never expected to hear from so many people.

since feedback was so plentiful, i thought i'd repost a link to some original creations. check out this link for some of my more recent work.

cheers all,

Friday, June 12, 2009


a REAL show for a change:

my first mix

alright, i've made my first mix using ableton and an m-audio x-session.

please check it out, let me know what you think.

download link is here: First Mix


Sunday, June 7, 2009

ableton LIVE

i've been working on my live set (with the help of the amazing encanti ). if i am going to make tunes and tunes that i hope will sell, it's time to start playing live, promoting the tunes, the label and myself. plus, hey, how fun!

ableton is the program i am using... not a tradition dj setup, i realize, no records to be found... however, THIS is the wave of the future. musicians have been playing their live sets with ableton for quite some time now... it's nothing new. BUT, more and more venues are accepting so-called "laptop djs".

i am a laptop dj. i use ableton and a MIDI control, one which looks like a traditional hardware mixer with a crossfader, knobs and buttons. the difference is, i can program each of this things to perform specific functions for me within ableton. that means i can use my crossfader as a traditional cross fader between a and b audio channels... but also that i can map in effects, eq's, pretty much anything i want and control them via this MIDI controller.

it's quite incredible. i am working hard on getting it all right, but be on the lookout... hopefully i'll be playing at a venue (somewhere?) near you soon.