GHT029 Dr. Sleep

19 Feb ’13


  1. symmetry - speedy j (warp)
  2. fungees - the same (infine)
  3. brutalga square - dj koze (kompakt)
  4. beat of the drum - happa (church)
  5. duty - beneath (tectonic)
  6. variant (angel alanis variant remix) - dj shiva (slap jaxx)
  7. cavity - rrose (eaux)
  8. vessel - skudge (nonplus)
  9. 40004 a - wax (wax)
  10. pandora (box mix) - john daly (one track records)
  11. art of speech - mary velo (labrynth)
  12. no one is happy - exillon (jacktone)
  13. bad ink - dense & pika (dense & pika)
  14. umgangston - mike dehnert (delsin)
  15. labbit - glimpse (hypercolour)
  16. motor city - robert hood (music man)
  17. swim away (steve moore remix) - chymera (connaisseur)


Jacktone Records
Dial Up
Dots and Loops Radio


San Francisco

How did you get into DJing?

I got into DJing around 2003, after years of music hoarding, playing in bands and writing about music for some alt weeklies and rags in SF and Minneapolis. After forcing one too many mixtapes on a friend, she suggested I channel that NRG into DJing, and then got me my first gig (thanks, Campbell!). I also started composing film scores with that same friend using vintage synths, processed guitars and drum machines around that time. I moved back to the Midwest in 2008, and, re-fell in love with house and techno, and started taking the actual craft of DJing seriously. I came back to San Francisco in 2010 and started playing that stuff out, and, also recently started making music again.

Preferred method of playing

When I started getting back into house & techno, I also started re-buying dance records and reconnecting with music I loved when I first started clurrrbbing. DJing those genres is still fairly new for me, so, playing and mixing with records and high quality coasters...I mean burned CDs, provides a really interesting challenge that I can't see myself getting tired of anytime soon. The fact that I now can mix the records I used to obsessively listen to in my little apartment in Minneapolis has been one of the most rewarding experiences I've ever had. With that said, I also think Serato is perfect for events where I have to hop from one disparate genre to another, and, I use it when the need arises. I have always loved buying records, but, I also now enjoy the digital hunt and instant gratification it provides. Since it's the year 2013 and we do not appear to be moving backwards in time, I'll most likely continue to buy both.


I recently started a record label with two friends - dabecy and Exillon - called Jacktone, and, we just released our first 12” ( I’m also trying to find the perfect home for my radio show/podcast I co-host called Dots and Loops. I’m venue shopping in SF and Oakland for a new residency, and gigging around town/everywhere as often as I can. I'm excited to focus more on production this year and am chomping at the bit to travel to new spots, meet some like-minded music jerks, and, continue to absorb everything I can about DJing and production. I feel like I learn 100 new things about music everyday and I hope that never changes. I'm truly grateful for all the opportunities I've been given so far by my pals and they never cease to amaze and inspire me. It feels great to be part of such a supportive music community, so, thanks for letting me submit this mix!