Tag Archive for house

New Album — In Control

I’m very proud to announce the release of a new full length album, In Con­trol.

In Con­trol is an hour-long seam­less mix of orig­i­nal house-centric dance music. It began life as many dif­fer­ent tracks, pro­duced at dif­fer­ent inter­vals through­out the last 5 years. Ear­lier this year I scoured my projects archive to stem every­thing out for live per­for­mance, and spent a few months prac­tic­ing and tight­en­ing every­thing up. In Con­trol is the cul­mi­na­tion of those efforts.

From a two-hour Live jam ses­sion (Able­ton + Behringer BCR2000 + Nova­tion Launch­pad) I whit­tled and pol­ished and huffed and puffed (my eardrums) until you get what you hear here.


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Mostly house, some­times not. Mostly nice, some­times nasty, this album is avail­able for “free” (pay what you want) over at Band­camp.

You can stream a seam­less ver­sion from Sound­cloud.

Thanks, and happy listening.

Performing with Ableton

Per­form­ing live with Able­ton Live + Nova­tion Launch­pad + Behringer BCR2000.

Shot with Canon 60D. Processed in After Effects and Premiere.

For­lorn (Jeremy Blake Remix)

Take on Me (Live Remix)

These tracks are avail­able on the album In Con­trol.

This is a summer-of-2010 promo mix of deep house and tech I did for the Bal­ti­more techno label More Or Less, in honor of their new com­pi­la­tion “Skip­per Tracks”, for which I con­tributed the track “Snake Eyes”. Check out all their fan­tas­tic stuff at moreorless.cc

A mix of head-bobbing house, as headphone-ready as it is dance-floor friendly. Smooth, techy, dubby. Starts poppy and gets deep!

Spe­cial house mix for the dap­per lads of San Francisco’s Honey Sound Sys­tem. Every Sun­day these guys bring some of the best music and vibes the city has to offer to Par­adise Lounge in SOMA. This mix is my take on that feel­ing, and a thank-you to the boys for let­ting me play.

As much as I wanted this to be a smooth, clas­sic house mix, I got a bit dis­tracted and it got a lit­tle weird. It’s a good mess, though. A sweet, sticky mess.