old man

I, personally, know that I’m old (and out of shape!) when I managed to hurt my knee dancing around to Shiloh. Well, specifically to Shiloh playing a LoStep track, but whichever. Shiloh are pretty good times, say I.
I was also going to write a long and profound post about the development and progression of popular house music, but I think I’ll wait a bit, as I want to get some useful work done today.

love shack

Two more things that I can check off my DJing to-do list:

– Played a B-52s accapella:

– Dropped ‘Rockit’:


…the adventure continues tonight at Hush, where I am opening for the always-mighty Shiloh!

Tony DiTerlizzi

Lives at:  www.diterlizzi.com.

Whilst his choice of web design is something I find deeply questionable, I cannot find any sort of fault with the man’s art:

petter – some polyphony

…but this is fantastic, especially the B1, ‘Untight’.  Clips are at Juno.

Also, I fixed all the links. WordPress >> me.

not quite the abyss

Fellow west-coast canucks will know about the sinking of the Queen of The North – if you’re not one of those, suffice to say that a passenger ferry sank awhile back,which caused all kinds of fuss and looks to have killed two people.  The only bright side is that we get to see videos of the submursibles doing salvage.  Give it time to load, and play your best creepy underwater music to complement it.

oh! dj gigs!

I should probably post these:

July 21st, Victoria, BC: ‘In The Mix’ at the Jungle Room. Tagging with Kenzie, Xavier, and D-Set.

July 22nd, Victoria, BC: Opening for Shiloh at Hush, with Cory J.
August 5th, Vancouver, BC: Playing the Boomch.com stage at Apex Project.

August 25th or 26th, Victoria, BC: Opening for BT at Hush, with DJ What

September 2nd, North of Victoria, BC: Dust Up 2, with Cory J.

those crazy cyberfetishaliens

Beesign has been around forever and may not be safe for work. Beesign creations probably want to devour you and / or all that lives. Beesign may make you question your sexuality and your wardrobe. Beesign doesn’t speak your language.
As far as I am concerned all of these things are good things.

a ritual of doors

My first live cd-length set in ages was also an attempt at a really dancey demo, and a try at doing a live four or five phase mix.  The more I listen to it the more I wish I had kept taking on it, but such is life.  It was cut in May 2006, and art is by John Avon, again.

all tomorrow’s parties

This was a posted hour-long set for Pacific Front Sessions on Proton Radio.   Any excuse you can get to put Beatles and Sigur Ros and Leftfield into a set is a good excuse.  Art is from Rob’s cam vs. Drew’s cam at one of the many Gage shindigs, late 2005.

star eater

My first foray into the realm of posted sets, and certainly I really dig it for the flow and the number of moods, and the classical, and the piano interlude, and so on. It’s from 2005 (I think?), and the art is from Astonomy Picture Of The Day.