Trash Tapes 1

Recently I decided to take an opportunity to join some local artists at Eastern Edge Gallery, and perform a sound art piece for their Annual Members Exhibition. I wanted to revisit the cassette tape’s role in history and in memories by using a couple of Sony Walkman players (Sport and classic 80’s Stereo models) routed… Read More


Next time you think your existence is too pressured, remember that you’re not 300 meters undersea.  Your head would implode at that depth, and a multitude of sea creatures would feast on your remains.  Watched some recent BBC documentaries on the vast expanses of ocean on the earth, and reaffirmed my thoughts that the human… Read More


Jungle Of Wires_thumb

So I ordered a new laptop recently to help me with any upcoming musical efforts…and mostly to avoid any unnecessary blue-screening from the old one. A bit of a chunk of change, but worth it for the customization. The only issue is that now I also need to procure the extra funds for upgraded DJ… Read More


PLAY

I read a good article my friend Gary James Joynes shared recently, by writer Geeta Dayal. Got me thinking about my role as a “dial twiddler” in the universe, and how I’ll never be happy doing anything otherwise. Isn’t this how an artist expresses oneself? By inventing and experimenting in their chosen medium, because it’s… Read More


12-bit-autograph

The Kid was burnin’ at the closing night of the Lawnya Vawnya Festival, which may be the reason there were oven mitts for sale at the merch table.  I’m speaking of Eric San, a.k.a. Kid Koala, who I’ve been anticipating for weeks.  I’ve long been a fan of this unconventional turntablist, and quite frankly the… Read More