passing tones

I am DJing at the Sunset Room on Saturday, April 19th, from 0100 to 0230 – the party is called THE COUNTDOWN, and will also feature superstar DJs Keoni, Derrick Vnuk, and Sheldon. You should come and shake it.

But, if you don’t come to that, you should come to Hush the following Saturday, the 26th…

…because Matt and I are going to rock the fuck out. I’m playing on the big ol’ Pioneer 800, two CDJs, and two 1200s. Matt is playing on the Rane with two 1200s and his guitar. At the risk of being called arrogant, our sets tend to be legendary. You should come.

On the DJ note, I also got some music.  Just a little.

Luke Abbott – Melody120 [Border Community]
Luke Abbott – We Are Made Of Glass [Border Community]
Luke Abbott – On Tuesday [Border Community]
Luke Abbott – Without Aim [Border Community]
Luke Abbott – Gates pt 1 [Border Community]
Luke Abbott – Gates pt 2 [Border Community]
Limbo – Synch [Proton]
Davis & May – The Perfect Things [Back Home]
Rennie Foster – A Commitment To Transit []
His Boy Elroy – Step Into The Light (Emissary & Starfire Remix) [Proton]
His Boy Elroy – Step Into The Light (Dark Mix) [Proton]
AFK & Dustin H – Seismic (Powerplant Remix) [Pacific Front]
AFK & Dustin H – Seismic (Shiloh Remix) [Pacific Front]
AFK & Dustin H – Seismic (Stefan Anion Remix) [Pacific Front]
Apparat – Arcadia (Telfon Tel Aviv Version) [Shitkatapult]
Caleb Fox – Wake Me Up [Elefant]
Tundra – For I Was Falling [Manual]
Fairmont – Mobula [Border Community]
Avus – Backfoot Powder [Elefant]
Tigerskin – The Holy Grail (Vintage Dub Mix) [Mood Music]
Lee Jones – Aria – (Tiger Stripes Remix) [Aus Music]
Liquid People – Son Of Dragon [Defected]

Lastly, it’s been a bit of a heavy few days in terms of concerts: I want to big up every one in my MUS 105 class – thank you all for a lovely, surreal, and surprising concert on Thursday night. I am indebted to Chris Reiche for playing my cut-up piano piece on Friday and somehow making it sound like music, and to Yan Li for trusting me to not screw up narrating his piece.

In terms of the computer music showcase on Saturday night, mad props are due to Arvand Tiv for his gorgeously conceived and presented dance / sonification / visualization and to Chris Reiche, again, for a piano / echo / distortion thing that was both clever and musical.