It turns out I am really happy about the first set I played at the last Riot Bootique. There were mixed signals from the crowd but after listening to it, I really think it came out a club blast---minus a live accident on a Bowie segment which has been removed here. DJ Angst and I played some spanking new tracks which can leave some in the crowd unmoved. But by summer time when Reinier Zonneveld, Bakermat's Games Continued, Cassian's rework of Sinnamon's Need U now, Soulwax/Erasmus and others are all Club hits, you can say you heard them at the Riot Bootique first Bloomington! This set is all about fire on the Dancefloor; a celebration of letting go that only techno and house goodness delivers. DJ Angst and E-Trash, will return to our cybernetic DJing next month. Tracklist below. You can listen to or download On Fire from E-Trash's site (Username: apollo, Password: feelingfree).
Deep at Home
Simply a mix of tracks I tend to play live only very late at night or not at all. Deep beauty. Perhaps inspired by periods of intense grant writing and being home sick for a week. Played this in one go at home, so some glitches remain. Podcast and tracklist below. You can also access a higher quality file for Deep at home on E-Trash's site (Username: apollo, Password: feelingfree).
At the last Riot Bootique I indulged in making an entire set comprised of David Bowie tracks. While most people there were waiting for our usual House/Disco/Funk/Techno party, everybody was respectful and I had a blast doing this homage to the Thin White Duke. Besides, since Bowie himself used Funk, Disco, House and Techno, I thought I kept our usual vibe alive. Look him up, as Madonna said. Sorry for the live set glitches like a few messed up tempo changes. DJ Angst and E-Trash, will return to our cybernetic DJing next month. Tracklist below; you can listen to or download Bluebird Dance from E-Trash's site (Username: apollo, Password: feelingfree).