What I’ve Been Up To

I’ve been neglecting this blog a bit lately. I’ve basically been busy as hell lately, and I suppose the blog has taken a back seat. So this post will be a rambling one bordering on stream of consciousness. So grab a cup of your favorite hot, cold or lukewarm beverage, get someone to rub your […]

Introducing: sfdrumandbass.com

I’ve launched a new blog, sfdrumandbass.com. From the first post: This site has been born out of my frustration in finding a centralized place to locate information on drum and bass in San Francisco. I intend first and foremost to make this a place where you can find and answer to the question: Are there […]

Large Hadron Collider Rap

Thanks to Joyce for showing me this one. Spectacular and educational.

It All Comes Together

I have just noticed that a track on Dieselboy‘s newest mix CD, Substance D, includes some spoken word by Bill Hicks. Bill Hicks strongly influences Tool, my favorite band, and now he’s on my favorite DJ’s CD? Kind of neat…


I am really, really excited to go to Compression this Thursday.

Music With Words

Most of the music I listen to now doesn’t have words. This is because I am usually studying when I have a chance to listen to music, and if it had words then I wouldn’t be able to concentrate on what I was studying. So I have found myself making a point of picking something […]

How to Listen to Dieselboy

1) Late at night. 2) Extremely loud. 3) On good headphones. 4) While pumped up on caffeine (see previous post). God damn, this never gets old. I’m glad at least this part of me hasn’t grown up.

Miami, Tomorrow

Holy CRAP, I haven’t wanted to go to Miami since I was there in August ’05, but I am pretty sure I need to go tomorrow for this. Not literally, of course. Therefore, I end this post with a 🙁 Update: Let’s make it a long weekend.

Enjoying Some Good Music

There aren’t many things that are better than good, loud music. The song “Clones” by The Roots randomly came on, and here is what transpired: Prediction: my website visitors will shortly fall by 50%.


Holy crap. I love finding new songs by my favorite artists. Maynard James Keenan sang Where The Streets Have No Name on the Axis of Justice: Concert Series, Vol. 1 album.