The DJ Quit

First life in sound was dance. But, the DJ controls the groove. I was unsatisfied by chasing DJs to find my dance so I bought turntables in 1998. I hustled my skills and mixes all the way to Chicago because that is where the house music I loved came from. I landed a few club residencies, picked up an agent and played a few national and international gigs. These times were exciting and terrifying – the dance floor either loved or hated you. I eventually grew out of the limitations of club culture and mixing vinyl records. I wanted to explore sound composition from scratch with other instruments in new venues.

But, I never stopped loving the groove. Here’e an old mix from 2002…

Track Listing:
Tejada & Leviste – Ramps & Rails ( Playhouse )
Parades & Pace – Walkman ( Flygaric Tracks )
Jamie Odell – the Darkness ( Blue Print Music )
Idjut Boys – Stick it in Again ( Other Records )
Lance Desardi – 3000 feet ( Panhandle )
Kelvin K & John Gray – Heatwave Jacking ( Tango )
Zip & Sammy D – Crackhouse ( Perlon )
Guided Methods – Spanking ( Greenhouse )
Paredes & Pace – Walkwman Funky Transport ( Flygaric Tracks )
Jacob London – No Farting in Ice Fort ( Doubledown )
Brett Johnson – A.D.D ( Icon Recordings )
Neli Landstrumm – Takks ( Peacefrog )
Phoney Groupie – Trans Pennine Express ( Nuphonic )
LHK – Pimp Walkin ( 2020 Vision )
George T – The Creep ( Pohm Pohm )
James Holroyd – Wake Up Call ( 2020 Vision )
Phil Weeks – Fatback Dub ( Brique Rouge )
Herbert – Deep Inside of Me ( Phonography )

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