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.
I should probably post these:
September 2nd, North of Victoria, BC: Dust Up 2, with Cory J.
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.
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.
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.
An easy award winner for ‘Worst Cover Art’ (and certainly worst typography). This was originally done in 2004 as a demo for friday nights at the Lotus. They never got back to me (probably ’cause I just wasn’t house-y enough), but there are some fine moments here none the less. Art is by Mark Tedin.
An old, superdeep set here (2003?), but still one of my favorites. Art was lifted from a piece by the incomparable John Avon.