I am very honored today to announce that I’ll be back on stage very soon as I’ll be playing for NIYAZ in “The Fourth Light Project” during the first months of 2020. What a way to start this new decade!
The show will be traveling from California, Seattle, Arizona to New York and up to Quebec and Ontario!
Check out the tour calendar, grab your tickets and join us for a cutting-edge immersive, multi-media experience, that combines live musical and dance performance with interactive technologies and advanced projection with body-mapping techniques that respond to sound and movement in real-time.
Once again in 2012 the Hackfest Crew were kind enough to invite me again as a DJ for their November event. I really appreciate this event for different reasons, first I’m an IT security specialist by day so this my community, these are the friends and people I work with. Next, because hacking games and demoscene events (two interest that I hope you realized I have) are having a lot in common. Finally because those guys and gals simply enjoy the same music that I do.
They are always giving me “carte blanche” and this year I performed different DJ Sets : I began nicely with Liquid Dubstep, followed by Electro House, PsyTrance music, and rounded up everything with a nice downtempo set. In between, I decided this year to bring my computer, NI Maschine, the Virus and the G2X to perform about 1 hour of my music live. A couple of new tracks were made exclusively for this, even the Hackfest Intro theme was a Maschine remix project prepared for this occasion. Continue reading →
This time, it’s going to be all about house music! I prepared a pretty mad SceneSat playlist that I’ll be mixing for you with a tiny little dose of chatter 🙂 All about the music! Spread the word and be there!
If you have any requests, I can still add some into the mix if you write them to me in the SceneSat forums. Sorry, no live requests, you’ll have plenty of time to play with the requester right after the show 🙂
Thanks to everyone who attended the Hackfest and to everyone who listened live on SceneSat Radio (some stayed up to 6am (timezones…) ouch!)
If you are interested in downloading the full set, head up to http://scenesat.com/archive and get the set in the list. If you want to listen and skip thru the stream while watching the EFNet chatter, head to http://re-live.se/ (Java Req.) select SceneSat Radio, then Hackfest, et voila!
Spread the word! If you liked what you had, tune in to SceneSat Radio for more Scene Music, make your requests or enjoy a new show!