There's a really wonderful contemporary museum here in the area called The Nasher Museum of Art. A buddy of mine whom I've mentioned before, David Colagiovanni, has been freelancing for them doing video promo pieces for their exhibitions.
Well, he contacted me earlier this week (after some licensing issues fell through for a track he was going to use for the underscore) asking if I'd like to take a crack at composing some fun intro/outro music. I had a 3 day deadline. I did my best and think it came out alright. Please watch/listen here if interested:
These two artists are really amazing and their work has been shown all over the world - including a standing-room only opening at the MoMA in New York.
In other news - I've discovered that velcro is a DJ's best friend. Since I've been doing more gigs of late I invested in a small coffin case to ease in the amount of items I need to tote around. After settling on where to place all my pieces of kit in the case, I wanted to secure them for transport. Lo and behold, velcro was the perfect gift of the gods. I spent the better part of yesterday pre-gig time cutting small pieces and securing all my gear. Ha ha. Man, to be a fly on the wall during that escapade.... blessed velcro.
Also, I've got 1 more remix outstanding but JDG said he'll make some time for me soon to master properly all of your wonderful work. Thank you again to everyone who contributed, I really REALLY appreciate the energy and attention you gave to this project. I apologize for the time it's taken to get everything completed, but am sure you will all enjoy hearing these tracks in one place once complete. Still need to find a home for them - netlabels anyone want to recommend/offer to release this? I'll post proper once JDG has finished his work and let everyone check it out.
Thanks for stopping by and reading. Keep in touch!