GHT011 James Demon

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Dancing Demons

Tracklist

  1. Ferenc – France
  2. Stewart Walker – Blasse
  3. Paul Kalkbrenner – Der Berserker (Paul Kalkbrenner Remix)
  4. Jori Hulkkonen – Science (Jesper Dahlback Remix)
  5. Joel Mull – Red Light Of Dawn
  6. Expander – The Waggler (Tadeo Remix)
  7. Rework – Like Me
  8. Mymy – Serpentine
  9. Matt John – The Blue Storm
  10. Midnight Caller – Caller’s Theme
  11. Audio Werner – Zwrtshak Drive
  12. Dinky – This Is Your Heart
  13. Olibusta – La Pazz
  14. Aril Brikha – Tundra
  15. Gorge – Watching Spring – Bioground’s freckled Mix
  16. Los Escorpiones – El Underground
  17. Silicone Soul – 3am (Maetrik Jazzersize Remix)
  18. Flux – True Feelings
  19. Lee Van Dowski – Little Doll Chaos Pounce Upon Assault Reverbaration
  20. Ian Simmonds – The Esel (Dave Aju Remix)
  21. Mr Statik – Ganymedes
  22. Ellen Allien & Apparat – Jet
  23. Nicolas Jaar – Space Is Only Noise If You Can See (Dave Aju Remix)

City

San Francisco, Miami, Las Vegas

How did you get into djing?

I had always had a love for music at a young age. I never even considered DJing until I was still in high school when I started going to raves. I  started buying my first vinyl records shortly after that.  My first gigs and residencies were in Las Vegas the city that I grew up in. After too many years of sin city I decided to pack my bags and head off to cities with more of a Techno following. This brought me to Miami after only one short year in Miami I packed my bags again and headed to San Francisco to follow my techno dreams.

What is your preferred method of playing?

2 Technic 1200 MK5, Serato, Timecoded Vinyl, Vinyl, and a good attitude 😉

Present/Future

Right now I’m finishing up school in Music Business and am on the lookout for talented girls, gays, and gay friendly artists in Techno who share the same vision as me. That vision is to create a quality Techno brand with a diverse spectrum of music and a uniqueness that makes each artist special 🙂  I’m also ready to get into the studio soon to work on some original James Demon material.

Photo by Christine H. Wetzel

GHT010 Trevor Sigler

Play

SQURRRL & Rocket Collective

Tracklist

  1. Kris Wadsworth – It’s Time
  2. Nick Monaco – Nick’s Episode (Ardalan Remix)
  3. Franco Cinelli – Synewave
  4. Gabriel Ferreira – Sill
  5. Truncate – Concentrate
  6. Wehbba – Balance
  7. Nathan Coles, David Coker – Summer Acid
  8. Funk D’void – Shadowchaser (Alexander Kowalski Remix)
  9. Martyn – Masks
  10. Eliphino – I Played
  11. Victor Ruiz – Take a Nap (Rework)

City

San Francisco

How did you get into djing?

I got into DJ’ing about 2 years ago after I started going to school for Audio Production. The production side of things really sparked my interest in DJ’ing and mixing other tracks together.

What is your preferred method of playing?

I use Traktor with a Denon DN-MC6000LE controller, I also use Serato Scratch and/or CD’s for gigs that the DJ booth has less room in. I recorded this set with Traktor and its internal mix recorder.

Present/Future

Right now my biggest focuses are: A) Graduating, B) SQURRRL and all things we are planning for the future, C) Getting Rocket Collective off the ground to help benefit Burning Man camps and attendees. I’m also releasing an album in mid March accompanied by a release party. I had a remix released on February 10th on Coconut Palm Records. Its a tech house remix of Electro Crazed’s “Dark Harmonies,” http://soundcloud.com/tsigler3441/dark-harmonies-tss-rmx.

GHT009Live spaceotter

Play

Conception

Tracklist

  1. Open – Egbert
  2. Rubber Band – Marco Bailey
  3. Total Departure (Cirez D Remix) – Christian Smith, John Selway
  4. Positive Education (D’Julz Remix) – Slam
  5. London – Adam Beyer
  6. Sha! Shtil! (L-Vis 1990 Remix) – Gucci Vump
  7. Perfect Sunrise (D-Unity Remix) – Wilson, Matt Smallwood, Ingram
  8. Salt ‘n’ Bread (Audiojack’s Bottle ‘n’ Spring Remix) – Falko Richtberg, Sebastian Wojkowski
  9. Love Song – Pig & Dan
  10. Templar – Deadmau5
  11. Yipyipyip – Klartraum
  12. Baked Potato – Roland M. Dill
  13. Nerve Salad – Simian Mobile Disco
  14. Milky Way – Christian Smith
  15. Break It Down (Umek Big Room Remix) – Christian Smith
  16. Oh Yeah – Bass Kleph
  17. Opulence (Sonny Wharton Remix) – X-Press 2\
  18. Eye Of Horus – Save The Robot
  19. I Said (Michael Woods Remix) – Chris Lake, Deadmau5

City

Seattle, Washington

How did you get into djing?

After years as a drummer, electronic music enthusiast and dancer, I began DJing in 2007 at a radical faerie gathering in the mountains of central Oregon.

What is your preferred method of playing?

I use Traktor Pro 2 with a Traktor S4 mixer. This mix was recorded directly within the software.

Present/Future

As resident DJ and musical director of Burning Man Camp Conception, I’m proud of the gorgeous parties we hosted this year at Burning Man: Rites of Passage 2011, with amazing artists and collaborators from across the spectrum. This live mix was from a Thursday night party called XenoConception, loosely structured around a narrative in my head about a small xenozygote wiggling its way through the cosmos looking for a mate (or three, or eight) and the adventures it had along the way, replete with chance interactions and changes of direction as with the party itself. The evening also featured DJs PG Tomasi & Tatar tag teaming from Want-It! (SF) and Bert & Chewy from Starborne (Seattle).

The Conception Artists Collective is a growing cooperative, aimed at bringing events, arts, music and spectacle both to the playa and year round in our Seattle base and partner cities up and down the west coast. You can learn more about our DJs, artists and events at: http://facebook.com/campconception, and can check my DJ page for more mixes and the like at http://facebook.com/djspaceotter.

Photo by Val Mohney, valmohney.com.

GHT008 David Sternesky

Play

Rocket Collective
Solid

Tracklist

  1. The Knife – Like A Pen (Thomas Schumacher Remix)
  2. Crowdpleaser – Skeleton 1 + vox
  3. Instra:mental – Pyramid
  4. Hot Chip – I Feel Better (Florian Meindl Remix)
  5. Len Faki – BX 3
  6. Silent Servant – Violencia (Function Mix)
  7. Adam Beyer & Alan Fitzpatrick – Human Reason
  8. Gary Beck – Get Down
  9. Jesper Dahlback – Our Love
  10. Kevin Gorman – Shakey Metallic Beats
  11. Deadbeat – Vampire
  12. Massive Attack – Teardrop (Minilogue Remix)

City

San Francisco

How did you get into djing?

I have nurtured a lifelong passion for music. From a very early age I experimented with recording music, and began learning about music production in earnest at the age of 13. I’ve since produced music for myself and others in genres spanning house, disco, electronica, and rock; check out my profile at soundcloud.com/heskanen to hear select examples of my work.

My DJ experimentation began while immersed in the club scene of Munich, Germany in 2006 and 2007 as the minimal techno scene was at its peak. Soon afterwards, I acquired turntables, started honing my mixing skills, and developed a DJ aesthetic that encompasses disco, Chicago- acid- tech- and deep- house, and techno.

I moved to San Francisco in November 2009 and immediately felt at home in the city’s alternative queer club scene. I joined the Solid crew (www.solid.dj) in January of 2011. Recently I joined forces with fellow GHT-ers Trevor Sigler, Mat dos Santos, and Brian Maier as Rocket Collective (www.rocketsf.com).

Since starting my DJ career in January 2011, I’ve played at venues including the Stud, Qbar, Rebel, Powerhouse, and 222 Hyde, and I’ve contributed podcasts to Honey Soundsystem and Electronic Music Bears.

What is your preferred method of playing?

I typically use Serato Scratch Live with control vinyl. It marries the convenience of digital storage with the satisfaction of manipulating the turntables. However I’m continuing to grow my vinyl collection.

Present/Future

In January, Rocket Collective launched our new event called ROCKET, which is a party every fourth Saturday at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco for queers who like underground dance music and radical creativity (as practiced at events like Burning Man, for instance). ROCKET is every fourth Saturday at Rickshaw Stop.
I’m part of a rotating crew of resident DJs at JOE, the Friday night party at Lookout.
I frequently play guest gigs around San Francisco.
I’m continuing to upload new songs and mixes to www.soundcloud.com/heskanen.

GHT007 Deerbeat

Play

Spacebullfighters

Tracklist

  1. 001 Donato Dozzy – Untitled
  2. 002 Conforce – Ominous
  3. 003 Isodyne – Answer To No One
  4. 004 Mike Dehnert – Pneumatic
  5. 005 Delta Funktionen – Torpor
  6. 006 Milton Bradley – Sequence #1
  7. 007 Emptyset – Avichi
  8. 008 Cosmin TRG – Izolat
  9. 009 Marcelus – 24-7
  10. 010 Sawf – Ninio (Subjected Remix)
  11. 011 Marcel Dettmann – Translation Two
  12. 012 Planetary Assault Systems – Om The Def
  13. 013 Perc – Gonkle (Bitten By The Black Dog)

City

Berlin

How did you get into djing?

I started producing in 1998 some techno tracks with a really basic program but with nice results into techno sounds. As a dj i did on 2000 playing on privates parties and some expos. Since 2002 i started in some small clubs, openings and bars as FEM Madrid, Museo Chicote, Stars café, Suite, etc.. playing more ambient, techno and dubtechno in Madrid. Sometiomes i played tech-house and electro.I was the guest dj in Cassette Club openning in 2006 and I’ve played there two times more.

In 2009 i stopped djing and focus on producing music for websites, advertisements and some art videos. This music was experimental and more into electronic style. Also i made my own postrock project which is stopped until i can create my own band and i started playing drums. There was when SPACEBULLFIGHTERS born as a self project which i hope it will be my own record label soon. Also i still making techno… it’s in my blood!!!

Present & future

In 2011 i decided to move to Berlin cause i want to breathe the techno ambience is his natural being. Now a new project begin, Deerbeat. It’s basicly a techno, dub techno and electronic sounds project. Hope than soon you can hear it.

Soon i will release an EP in T3R Records and will start to move my own project, Spacebullfighters with some friends.

GHT006 Carlos Sendra

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Tracklist

  1. Thomas Krome – Shockabuku vol.1 B2 – (CORB1209)
  2. Pounding Grooves – 26 B – (PGV26)
  3. Adam Beyer – This is Code Red A1 – (CR06)
  4. Johannes Heil – Kobayashi X1 – (KOB009)
  5. The Advent – Sketch 3 – (TRESOR195)
  6. Angel Alanis & Rees Urban Pair of Jacks – Beat my Shit (TRESOR199)
  7. Ben Sims – Theoretical (TRESOR131)
  8. Thomaz & Filterheadz – Los Hijos del Sol (RAND02)
  9. Boriqua Tribez – Puta (PRMT087)
  10. Mumps – Mechanism J (PAIN021)
  11. Chris Liebing – Stigmata 9 A1 (STIGMA09)
  12. Nils Danielsson – Untitled (STHLMLTD001)
  13. Silvershower – Ice Fractions 1 (PLUS8059)
  14. Speedy J – Something for your Mind (PLUS8014)
  15. The Kooky Sciencist – Rambunctions (PLUS8056)
  16. Joey Beltram – M-Yard (TRESOR035)
  17. Thomas Krome – Bitches from The Hell (CORB001)
  18. Cybersonik – Backlash (PLUS8007)

City

Lorca

How did you get into djing?

DJ español, fanático de la música electrónica desde que tenía 15 años de edad. Influenciado por los sonidos oscuros y contundentes de sellos como Tresor, UR, Warm up o Plus8. Empecé a pinchar música electrónica en un pequeño pub de mi ciudad natal, donde nadie entendía el techno, pero fue bienvenido. Entonces, el círculo comenzó a crecer y se creó el colectivo “Scorefreq”. A partir de ese momento comenzé a participar en varios clubs y festivales de España como el orgullo gay de Madrid, Metro Dance Club o el festival Explum, donde compartí el escenario con artistas como Angel Molina, Alexander Kowalski y Oliver Huntemann.

What’s you preferred method of playing?

Mi método preferido para pinchar es con cds o Traktor.

Present & future

En la actualidad, estamos gestando un proyecto musical muy jugoso … seguiré informando a través de http://soundcloud.com/charlimarron/http://www.facebook.com/groups/159102724166406/

GHT005 LaeC

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Tracklist

  1. Drexciya – Interstellar Crime Report
  2. The Black Dog – The Death Ov The Black Sun
  3. Time Light Curve – Acidlab
  4. Scape One – Substorm
  5. Time Light Curve – Magnetite
  6. Tommy Four Seven – Sevals (Terence Fixmer’s Mental Drive Mix)
  7. 2 Dollar Egg – Lego Pet
  8. The Black Dog – Dada Mindstab
  9. Morphology – Uranias Mirror
  10. The Infiltrator – They Will Never Know
  11. Ronny & Renzo – Heartbreak Theme (C2 cinermx by Carl Craig)
  12. Phil Kieran – Le Carrousel (Wesley Matsell’s hypervertical remix)

City

Budapest

How did you get into djing?

I started DJ-ing when I was 16, I was a big techno fan that times, that was the genre I started with.. mostly the european scene. bpitch control, etc..

Present & future

Not sure about the future, I’m doing it because it’s a vital part of my life. I’m also getting deeper and deeper into production, on my way to find the best environment and tools I can work with..

GHT004 Aaron Clark

Play

Humanaut / VIA

Tracklist

  1. Shawn Rudiman – In Light – In Darkness
  2. Nuel – Mentalism
  3. Pittsburgh Track Authority – Monongahela Rainforest
  4. Jenifa Myanga – Dark Matter
  5. Conforce – Lonely Run
  6. Kollektiv Turmstrasse – Uneins (Aril Brikha Remix)
  7. Deepchord – Sofitel
  8. Lions of Judah – Rhythmatism (19.454.18.5.25.5.18 Reduced)
  9. Ripperton – Farraway
  10. Cottam – Deep Deep Down
  11. Stewart Walker – Fragile Chemistry (Touane Remix)
  12. Sigha – Finding Myself
  13. Delta Funktionen – Intruder
  14. Kevin Yost – Just Want
  15. DJ W!ld & Chris Carrier – Pep A Cat Up
  16. D’Marc Cantu – How Are We Doing?
  17. Mondo – Work Me (Rootstrax Version)
  18. STL – All Night Long
  19. Crowdpleaser – My Grandmother Could Tell You That (Daniel Maloso Mix)
  20. Hans Thalau – 007.1
  21. Pittsburgh Track Authority – Untitled

 

City

Pittsburgh

How did you get into djing?

I got hooked in middle school when Napster came around. I’d hear a lot of mainstream electronic music in the background of commercials, do a search for what the music was, and then download it. Over time I got to know the more underground producers because of the remixes they did of those tracks, and I just slowly went further down the rabbit hole into where I’m at now. Pretty early in I made the connection that this music had a party culture to go with it, and the minute I turned 18 I was dragging my high school friends with me to the Ohio clubs where I grew up. First time there that was that – I was hooked. Looking back on it, it was kind of weird the route I took into the music. Most of my friends entered into it through raves when they were younger, I came in from the opposite direction.

What’s you preferred method of playing?

I really don’t have a personal preference in method of playing. I love vinyl, I love CDJs, and I just fell in love with my buddy’s Traktor S4 this past weekend (oh no!). My perfect setup will always include Tech 1200s no matter how advanced stuff gets.

Present & future

Humanaut is my original baby out of the projects I have my hands in. That has been around in some form since 2004, and our goal with that one is to focus strictly on house and techno parties — the serious business. We just started a monthly called ‘Out of Order’ at a shitty punk club. Super dingy and dark — it’s perfect. As of right now we have Kirk Degiorgio, Tin Man & Reference lined up to carry us into the summer. The other time suck for me is the VIA Festival, which we launched in October of 2010. It’s an experimental A/V festival in the vein of Mutek, but with a bit broader range of music to it. It’s not so techno oriented, although that is part of the programming as well. For the techno day of the 2011 version we had the Underground Resistance live band play, followed by a Humanaut afterparty with Sutekh, Donato Dozzy & Nuel. Edgar Um (from GHT) is also one of the main music curators for it. I’ve also been in the process of setting up a booking agency called Eightyº with Claude Young, Kirk Degiorgio and some really solid Pittsburgh locals like Shawn Rudiman and Pittsburgh Track Authority. I’m not getting much free time these days.

GHT003 DJ Ron Like Hell

Play

WRECKEDnewyork/Rocketnyc

Tracklist

  1. Charles Earland : Changes
  2. Black Dog : Techno Playtime
  3. Readymade : Strawberries
  4. Pink Noise : Give Me Energy (Hyper-Dub Mix)
  5. Manoo : Ayome (Dub)
  6. SB Project PT. II : Untitled
  7. Zeka : Katara’s Run
  8. Rino Cerrone : Untitled 04
  9. Dhamas : Blue
  10. Samuel’s Bongo Squad : Massive
  11. Kevin Yost : Show (Benji Candelario edit)
  12. Ultramarine : Hooter (Carl Craig remix)
  13. Isolee : The Fantastic Researches Of Yushin Maru
  14. Steve Barnes: Cosmic Sandwich (extended)
  15. I:Cube : Operation Hypnosis
  16. Simon Baker : Plastik
  17. 2 Lone Swordsmen : Don’t Call It Jerk
  18. Audision : Vanish (Ron Like Hell edit)

City

New York City

How did you get into djing?

I started with tape edits and making mixtapes. Friends liked my selections of tracks and how they were programmed. I often did my own remixes by editing sections and extending them by using various versions and remixes of the track by hitting pause & record buttons. i didn’t settle on my own set of decks until 1999! I never would have achieved the skills i have today without the help & support of those who looked out for me back in the 90s.

What’s you preferred method of playing?

My preferred method of deejaying is using vinyl and turntables. I like seeing music performed live so i like my mixes to have a raw and spontaneous feel. Perfect, seamless and tight mixing is the goal but a FEELING is a must. This mix was done in one take using records, 2 turntables and a mixer and was recorded directly to a CD Recorder and not to a laptop. Computer compression was used to upload and send to Gays Hate Techno in an AIFF format. I am beginning to use CDs more in my live sets so i can play unreleased tracks by friends or WAVS that are purchased since more and more new music that i am attracted to is becoming digi only.

Present & future

These days, my buddy Ryan Smith & I are hard at work with our monthly WRECKED party in downtown Manhattan, where house, disco and techno of all styles collide in a  basement for the those who live for the night. the party begins at midnight and can go past 6am. I sometimes dj over seas in Norway and look forward to venturing out to other countries as well. i would really love to dj in Scotland, Berlin, London, Budapest & Spain. i often hear & read about wonderful parties in Australia too.  it is my belief that people look beautiful and at their best when they are dancing…personality and the soul is revealed. When a dancer notices you watching them, they usually smile or get shy. i think it’s incredibly cool and i want to keep people dancing for as long as i can.

GHT002 Ian Funk

Play

StirSound/Gays Hate Techno

Tracklist

  1. Brian Sanhaji – 2000 Watt – 2000 Watt Remixes [Sonata Music]
  2. Black Astroid – Engine 1 (Brian Sanhaji Remix-Another Verision) – Engine 1 Remixes [CLR]
  3. Cari Lekebusch – Third Eye Vision – Third Eye Vision [Mote Evolver]
  4. Sei A – Flicker (Terence Fixmer Remix) – Turbo Centruy IV [Turbo Recordings]
  5. Marcel Dettmann – Translation One – Translation EP [Ostgut Ton]
  6. Shifted – Drifting Over – Control [Mote Evolver]
  7. Luke Slater, Planetary Assault Systems – Raid – Deep Heet Vol. 2 [Mote Evolver]
  8. Norman Nodge – Body to Body – The Happenstance EP [Ostgut Ton]
  9. Developer – Edicficio (Audio Injection Remix) – Edificio [Modularz]
  10. Terence Fixmer – Kiss of Death – The Night [Turbo Recordings]
  11. Terence Fixmer, Claudio PRC – Planetary Phase – Techno En Vogue – Electronic Way Of Consciousness Volume 2 [Prologue]
  12. Kalden Bess (aka m0h) – Death Squad – Death Squad EP [Blind Spot Music]
  13. Slam – Step Back (Adam Beyer And Jesper Dahlback Remix) – Slam Remixed Part 2 [Soma]
  14. Timothy Dalton – Modern Thrift (Ian Funk Controlled Chaos Remix) – Modern Thrift [More or Less Records]
  15. Paravoice – Break (Ian Funk Remix) – Unreleased

City

Washington D.C.

How did you get into djing?

I started djing about 13 years ago and got into after getting tired of playing guitar in bands. Producing came around the same time when it dawned on me that I could have control over every aspect of the sounds I was creating instead of just the limited scope of a guitars sound. I really started leaning into production after I got my degree in recording and finally knew my way around a studio and became more fluent in the hardware/software that I was using. Somewhere around the age of 21 I started StirSound as an outlet for both myself and other unknown artists and built a great network of friends. Been musically hibernating for a few years after moving back to the States from Europe and finally getting back into both making and playing music.

What’s you preferred method of playing?

I started out playing all vinyl, switched to Final Scratch and really felt a loss in the emotional connection between what I was playing and what I was feeling. I switched back to all vinyl again when I lived in Europe and was djing full time but now that I’m stateside, there are no record stores in DC, and the dollar sucks for buying records from overseas (especially as a poor student), I’m using a combo of both Traktor Scratch and vinyl. This mix was recorded with Traktor with 3 decks and a controller because I didn’t have access to decks. It gave me the opportunity to loop and layer more so there’s quite a bit of 3 tracks playing at a time in this one.

Present & future

I’m really excited to be working behind the scenes with the Gays Hate Techno crew at the moment. Not sure where it will go but hoping to bring some great podcasts promoting gay artists and djs. Been working on a bunch of new tracks that I can’t seem to find the time to finish. Had a remix come out on Black Montanas under the name Controlled Choas recently and another coming out on More or Less out of Baltimore in the near future.

GHT001 Dj Christian Calson

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Tracklist

  1. Siskid – Gun Stubs (Rebolledo)
  2. Alkan – Empty Faces (Erphun & Subfractals)
  3. Monoloc – Black Pot (Jan Hendez)
  4. Meat Katie & D.Ramirez – Stop the Revlution (Dubfire)
  5. Secret Cinema – Timeless Altitude (Slam Paragraph)
  6. Alex Bau – Arctica
  7. Adam Beyer – Untitled C
  8. Viny Speed Adjust – 909 Modes
  9. Erphun – A Drink With the Devil (Alan Fitzpatrick)
  10. Monoloc – Nohouse (Xhin)
  11. Erphun – Katana
  12. Erphun – The Guards of Cyrus (Monocraft)
  13. Underworld – Dark & Long (Christian Smith)
  14. Secret Cinema – Timeless Altitude (Egbert)
  15. Siskid – Wolves
  16. Underworld – Rez
  17. Matt Minimal – The Hell
  18. Chris Liebing – American Madness
  19. Chris Liebing – Anastasia
  20. Chris Liebing – String Theory (Picotto & Ferri)
  21. Emptyset – Avichi (Monoloc)
  22. Traversable Wormhole – Superluminal (Chris Liebing)
  23. Chris Liebing – Ataraxia
  24. Spektre & Subfractal – Turista (Erphun)
  25. Matt Minimal – Backyard
  26. Traversable Wormhole – When 2d Meets 3d (Chris Liebing)
  27. Julian Jeweil – Polaroid
  28. Uberzone – Moondusted
  29. Chris Liebing – C
  30. Ummet Ozcan – Reboot
  31. Michael Andrews – Manipulated Living
  32. Traversable Wormhole – Tranducer (Brian Sanhaji)
  33. Felix Krocher – Passt
  34. Monoloc – Nohouse (BCR Boys)
  35. Matt Minimal – Nightmare
  36. Pfirter – The Dub Track (Brian Sanhaji)

City

Los Angeles

How did you get into djing?

I was  born & raised in Bucharest (Romania), and got into Djing many moons ago. My first few gigs were playing fetish parties & fashion shows in the Los Angeles area. My tech heavy setup & original mixes got lots of attention when I was worked as Butcher’s Porn, bruiserbox, & the rabbit. I had a residency at the Gold Coast bar in West Hollywood, CA where I did two nights (Wednesday & Saturday) for a year before leaving to pursue working with other clubs, parties, & filmmaking. I’ve played at Akbar, the Roosevelt, Paddy’s, MJ’s, & tons of other bars & clubs

What’s you preferred method of playing?

Traktor on 4 decks connected through Albleton Live for effects & loops. The GHT mix is filled with my all time favorite techno tracks. The GHT mix was recorded live on 2x CDJ2000s & a DJM2000.

Present & future

Check out Baller Beats (DjChristianCalson.com), podcast (iTunes, Soundcloud, & Mixcloud) & keep an eye out for my new EP & mobile app.