There’s a lot happening with Soundtrack: The Story of the DJ. Give a listen to the update below to see what that means for the podcast. Thanks for the support!
“Norma Jean’s Nightmare – Come As You Art”
Portland Art Museum
8p – Midnight / 21+
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Montreal / Halloween / #DJMovie / Snowboard Videos and more!
Next month we’re launching an amazing weekly dance party in Portland. The Motown on Mondays brand is going strong in cities all over the US with some of the country’s best DJs playing “originals, heavy remixes and close relatives of your favorite Motown songs”. I’ve previously played the San Fran chapter and I can’t wait to unleash this party on the good people of Portland every Sunday night.
Motown on Sundays Portland Launch Party!
w/ DJ Zimmie, DJ ATM, Rev Shines & DJ Gordo
Sunday 11/2 – The Good Foot
2845 SE Start / 21+ / No Cover!
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NYC Peeps! I’m heading to the big apple to shoot some interviews for Soundtrack: The Story of the DJ. If you’re in BK and want to hear some fresh music, come check me and my Australian sidekick DJ Cam Run.
The Bionic Boogie BK Sessions
w/ Cam Run & DJ Zimmie
Funk / Soul / Reggae / Hip-Hop
437 Graham Ave / Brooklyn, NY
10pm / No Cover
Maaaaan listen… I’m super late on this but at least I have a good reason. I’ve been working like a mad man on Soundtrack: The DJ Documentary so some things have been on the back burner for a second. It will all be worth it in the end though.
In May I went on tour to support Pete Rock & DJ Premier for a tour of Australia and New Zealand. Basically the day after the tour ended, if I died, I would have been totally fine with my life. Bucket list shit. 109 photos HERE.
The tour was amazing. Pete & Preem were playing not only their productions but also hip-hop classics of all kinds. There were sample sets, Wu-Tang sets, sets to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Illmatic, sets for James Brown‘s AND Stevie Wonder‘s birthdays and so much more.
Just being on the road wasn’t too shabby either. Nothing makes breakfast extra special like 2 hip-hop legends telling the stories behind some of your favorite music. Don’t think I didn’t ask 2 million questions.
One of my favorite parts of each show was seeing Pete & Preem take the time to sign every single piece of merch & memorabilia that people brought and bought. Not only were people copping tour shirts and posters, they were bringing records, shirts and crazy pieces of hip-hop history to the shows. No matter how long it took, the guys signed everything and took countless photos.
For more behind-the-scenes content with your favorite DJs, don’t forget to check out Soundtrack: The Story of the DJ. Big things coming!