Forgot to get this up before hand, but had a good time playing at The Electric Owl alongside buds Phil David and Savemeboots of WMNSTUDIES to help raise some money for Brian who’s riding across Canada for the Hearth & Stroke Foundation.
Speaking of WMNSTUDIES, they just put together a mix for futureclassics.ca and included my track Don’t Come Back amongst other local talent. The mix is full of sub tropic vibes just in time for summer.
A year ago I traveled to South Africa with my partner in crime Scott Sueme to participate in the A Word Of Art residency program thanks to an invite from my good friend Indigo. While in Cape Town I had the opportunity to play 3 awesome gigs, but I also got to venture into the desert to experience/play at Afrika Burn, SA’s version of Burning Man.
I think the depth of this experience, plus a bit of laziness on my part, had led me to sit on this footage for a long time. But now, as many of the friends I met last year prepare to voyage into the desert for Afrika Burn 2013, I can’t think of a more fitting time to share these memories.
I’m truly grateful to have had this opportunity and sincerely thank all those who played a part in making it happen.
Pleased to announce my next event in collaboration with the 314 boys. Since venue choices continue to dwindle in this city, we’ve had to take things deeper underground. Expect low ceilings, low light and a mixed bag of house, garage & techno as I go b2b with 314 from 10-2. Opening set by Andy Soloman from 9-10. FB event HERE.
I’m pleased to share a guest mix I did for the good people over at Some Kind of Music Blog. Included are 2 original tracks from my upcoming EP Retrograde as well as a handful of selections from west coast loc’s Sabota, HxdB, Heartbeat(s) & Plusoneminusone/U-Tee. Check out the original post HERE.
After a successful trial, SNAG is now a regular weekly event at The Cobalt. I will be your resident DJ every wednesday, playing a selection of chill tunes while artists create new works which get raffled off at the end of