I grew up with a strong love of dance music from a very early age. A group of my friends and I started DJ-ing in high school in 1997. Friday afternoons we would go record shopping, talk about music and spin all day. Through college we would throw renegades at various outdoor locations like toxic beach back when it was called ’that cutty spot at the end of 23rd."
In the early 2000s I spent 3 years in London going to school and cultivated a taste for hard industrial techno and UK hard house. Hard and fast became the only way to play tracks, dance and listen to music.
After a couple years of casually clubbing and always paying attention to music I started helping Brass Tax plan and throw parties in 2012. A year later I DJ-ed a friends wedding Bounce Festival in 2013. At Supper of Survivors 2014 I got scooped up as an official resident of Brass Tax and I haven’t looked back.