Here’s an interesting little cultural qwerk about Toronto. While in most cities (as far as I’m aware), the inhabitants have a sense of pride for the place they call home, in toronto this is not the case. Normally, at any event I’m performing at, I will give shouts out to the city that I’m in,…
Monthly archives: January, 2011
STIRFRIED FREQUENCY are a London based Funky Electro/Breaks act comprised of Ricsta, Cookee, Natty Natstar, and Miss C. They have limitless amounts of energy (which comes out full throttle in their live act), and an idealistic love of music. I’ll likely be posting more from these…
TRANCE was the first form of underground electronic dance music that I ever heard (or atleast that’s what I was told it was). At first, I thought all EDM was called Trance. On the first mixtape I ever had (which was on a blank casette from a friend), I wrote “TRANCE VOL 1″, but it…
Back when we were teenagers (the 90s), me and VIRUS used to make jokes about “SAXOPHONE HOUSE”. It was a phrase we coined to describe cheesy house tracks that are usually no more than some percussion loops (and maybe a bassline) with either a saxophonist soloing over the entire track OR a bad…
AC SLATER was in town this past weekend, and as usual, EPIC DRINKING was the result.
PRAISE BE TO GOBS
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