An in depth analysis of the recording and production process behind Shane Berry’s remix of the Aural Imbalance track – Into Space. Overview In late 2012 I was invited by UK based drum ‘n bass artist, Aural Imbalance, to remix
Wow, 200 people rocking it out in Air on a Tuesday night, what a great gig! Staff were friendly and professional and fellow live act (and Moph Label mate) Testuji set the pace perfectly and the support DJs before and
Just got back from playing a show at the opening party for Platoon`s fantastic new cultural development center in Seoul, Korea. It was great pleasure to share the stage with soni-riot from Berlin and Korean artist and musician Nakion. Looking
Wow! July was an amazing month. It started off with a gig at the Mado Lounge 52 Floors above Tokyo in front of ceiling to floor windows breaking in a brand spanking new Funktion One Turbosound PA system. The sound
Thank you to everyone who came down to my show at Metro in Kyoto. Fantastic sound, friendly and enthusiastic staff, top management and a lot of serious fun. I cannot recommend Metro highly enough, the space is interesting, it is
Playing a live set in Tokyo’s super club Ageha is certainly one of the highlights of my journey so far. I played in the outside pool bar, which overlooks Tokyo Bay. The sky was black and clear and a sliver
Early spring in Japan is a wonderful time to be alive. Though temperamental at times the weather is clear and dry and the crushing humidity of summer to come is a slightly wet breeze in the trees. The cherry blossoms
Dirty Works got off to a smashing start with the first of many Label nights at Rockwest in Shibuya. Bob Rogue, ever weird and wonderful set the tone for a groovy night and then Tokyo newcomer Rythymdroid tore up the
Guy Perryman’s “Take Off” at Mado lounge did exactly that – and what a ride it was. The Mado Lounge (lit. Window Lounge) is located on the 52nd floor of The Roppongi Hills Tower and with a spectacular 180 degree
Wow, what a way to see out the old year. Two fantastic parties filled with dedicated and passionate techno lovers. In my element! listen/silent and Microsurf are definitely parties to keep an eye on in the future and both represent
Yes it was cold, Yes it was an outdoor party at the end of November, Yes the organisers, participating DJs and supporters of “ Just Do It.” are mad techno monsters and this is precisely what mad techno monsters do.
A big thanks to Shu and Torsten for putting on another great Cross Mountain Nights at Womb. It was an absolute joy to play for such an enthusiastic and energised crowd, a crowd electrified, of course, by Luke Le Man’s
A few months ago a dedicated click of techno teamsters running a party called “Just Do It” asked me to play a very small and intimate venue along with themselves and one of my all time techno heroes, DJ Wada.
Played a live set at Departure Lounge on Thursday evening the 22nd of June with two of my favourite DJ`s in Japan, Mieko and Dave Twomey. The staff were remarkably attentive to our needs and were a pleasure to work
Well, what an absolute pleasure it was to play a set on the indomitable sound system at Space Lab Yellow. Thanks to all who came down in the rain to support YUK and thanks to the crew at Yellow for
Again, spoiled rotten by the “Just Do It” crew… The killer custom/home crafted sound system by monstrocity (installed specially for the event), small intimate venue and sterling DJs made for a very special experience. Thanks so much guys.
The live set in the sumptious Saloon at Unit went down very well. The staff are fantastic and the whole set up process was painless and professional, thanks guys. Thanks, also, to all who came out in the rain and