Often I find myself sharing content that I personally find of interest with friends via email, social media and in person over dinner or at the pub so I thought it might be an idea to document this info online to include more people that can get involved in the conversation.
The time feels right once again to share with you my musical interests and discoveries as a DJ and avid music enthusiast as well as info related to music production, engineering and anything else that feels right at the time.
I presented a monthly podcast titled 'Radio waves from Space' which ran from 2007 till late in 2012. and managed to only repeat one track in that whole time and really enjoyed the process of sharing this with the world at large.. At it's peak there were over 2000 subscribers via the iTunes podcast subscription tool. It is no longer online but I may share some of the mixes here at some point. The project came to an end as at the time I was DJing several times a week and just did not have the time or energy to put in to continue it. I believe the creativity that evolved from the podcast influenced my Djing and the wildly varied styes of music I was and I suppose still am playing regularly. I enjoy older styles such as funk, reggae along with early punk and modern electronic styles.
Recently I have become more focused on music production and have set up with some close friends a recording and production facility in the heart of the Sydney CBD named Analog Cabin which does as the name implies have the look and feel of a Cabin and contains quite a few interesting Analog production tools. I plan on sharing some of our experiences setting up the space, creating music and the trials and tribulations of running a recording studio in 2014 after the facilities recent 1st birthday.
The plan for the site itself is to include mixes from myself and other DJ's and electronic acts that I respect and enjoy their take on things. along with video blog posts from the studio, production techniques and general gear nerdery.
As with everything new the virtual space may expand and morph into something else entirely at some time in the future.
Welcome ~ Adrian