Holler at our boy.
Pre-party film screening featuring Tyrone Tanous's silent documentary Survey [click for trailer at Google video] at an undisclosed location. Party time at Shine with David Day, Mistaker, Baldur, and DJ Die Young.
DJ Die Young, "Electro-Lite Promo Mix" (mp3)
Temporary detour: tonight's "THROWED" has been moved from Harpers Ferry down the block to Great Scott. It'll be back at Harpers' next month, supposedly with Andrew WK headlining. We'll say it again: "Throwed" next month with AWK at Harpers. Now back to this month. Back to tonight. Back to E-Marce, Redd Foxx and our dude David Day.
Last Saturday night I finally saw a DJ Adilson spin gig, at RISE Club of course. Adilson may well be Boston's most popular DJ, as he holds a residency at Avalon, by far our city's largest house music venue. His fans showed up in force at RISE, packing the floor. Adilson plays a hard, almost electro-house brand of trance, and though he plays more "hits" than I prefer to hear from an important DJ, he plays them very imaginatively.
1. We had one of those psychic moments last week hearing T.I.'s "What You Know About That?" on the radio. Although we'd observed on these coordinates back in January that the song borrows its synth chords from "Hey Joe," it had simply never occurred to us that someone could do a mashup of these songs. So anyway, the spark went something like this: "Gee, someone should really try to mash those up," followed seconds later by the thought, "Hmmm .