Archives for Posts Tagged ‘House Music’
Thursday, April 1st, 2010
Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
I am happy to announce the long awaited release of my new House Mixtape. There are some really great tracks in there for you to enjoy and share. Concentrating on the Deep House genre, this mixtape includes original remixes of top DJs and electronic artists which include; Tiesto, St. Germain, Robbie Riviera, DJ Shadow, Pretty Lights, ATB, Cafe del Mar, RJD2, and Daft Punk. I was originally going to put it directly on my website, but I had to upload it to SoundCloud because it was too large.
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This set sounds so good out of a nice PA! Word up to all those promoters out there, I am defiantly available for gigs… And shout out to my friends who have kept me working hard all this time. I am currently trying to put together a show in Charleston, so keep your ear to the ground for more on that. Thanks for listening and if you like what you hear make sure to say something about it.
Love, Harmony, Wisdom…
Jungle Purity Endures
Sunday, January 24th, 2010
I have just released my first official mixtape on generationbinary.com. There is a sample version available for anyone, and a full 35 Minuet version for promoters and potential clients ( and friends of course). I have worked really hard to provide a dynamic example of my House DJ skills for all of you to enjoy!
It is crazy hard on my computer to play this music and record it at the same time. I apologize for the poor audio quality on this track. It still sounds good, but it isn’t even close to what comes out of the speakers… I am working on improving my recording system to eliminate the background noise.
To my fellow DJs and musicians out there, I would appreciate any recommendations on how to improve the sound quality of recording my sets. I welcome feedback from anyone who gives this track an ear.
Stay tuned for the rest of my mixtapes in progress which include:
and much more!
Peace to all those who take the time to stop and face the music…
Last Tuesday was the debut show of Digital Dubsidian. I think it went really well. Austin rocked the drums all night while I layed down the new beats we have been working on. Thanks to all my friends who came out for the show. Tuesdays at O’Malleys is now Inkahootz night so check it out if you get a chance.
The crowd was limited but thus is the usual case on a Tuesday. It was too dark to video tape, and the sound quality from the recording was not good enough. We will work on getting it recorded in the studio when we can. Austin is also working hard with “A Band of Gypsies” so if you guys get a chance go ahead and check them out.
Stay tuned for samples of Digital Dubsidian coming soon to generationbinary.com. Check out the new tracks I have put up on the site and let me know what you think.
With love and respect,
I am proud to announce that Generation Binary will be teaming up with Austin Parker for some serious Live Drum and DJ Action! Austin and myself have been jamming together for almost two years now. His precision beats and breakneck speed are the perfect complement for my progressive digital style. We plan to start playing gigs around town next semester so look out and listen up.
Last weekend we had our debut show at Marks BASSment party. Well, 5 minuets into the sound check good old Johnny Law showed up to ruin the fun. Too bad! We tried to keep it quite but still have some fun with the people who showed up. Even with one speaker, no sub, below setreo volume, and soft jazz drumsticks, the cops still returned and asked us to keep it down. (they said that it was quiter than any party they ever busted but the neighbs were apparently complaining like woah. So we waited for an hour or so of frustrating silence. Evenetualy we busted out some accousic instruments just for the love of music. Even with a xilophone, accoustic guitar, and super light djembe, the cops returned to shut us down once again.
What did we learn from all this you may ask? Its time to move into the venues! The tracks were droppin and the jams were getting into are just too tight, too dirty, and too ill to be contained in any private residence. The time has come for us to start rocking bars and venues of Charleston right.
Stay tuned my friends, the mysterious ways of life can guide us in the right direction, but only you can transcend your limitations and reach for the stars.
Hey everyone, this is my first official post on the Generation Binary Blog. I would just like to thank everyone who has taken the time to check out my site and share their thoughts with me. Please feel free to express your opinions about the site, music, names for songs, shout outs, shows, parties, events or anything else you feel the need to share. It means allot to me to hear from my friends, family, and fans. Ultimately, it is the audience that decides who gets heard and who gets laughed off the stage. So let me know what your thinking so I can make the best music possible for you.
Rock on my people,