About

What can I say? I’ve got the bug. I think my Dad gave it to me when I was a kid. I remember coming back home from school on a Saturday, when Mum would come and pick us up, to my Dad dancing around the living room with music playing incredibly loud- or so I thought at the time. I remember him coming back from a party once when I was 9 or 10 and shouting out “You’ve GOT to listen to this!” and proceeding to blast out Prodigy’s Smack My Bitch Up, followed by my asking “is it alright for us to swear now dad?” “NO!” I remember him taking me to my first concert when I was 11/12 with two friends. We went to see Blink 182, Greenday and Saves the Day and then a couple of years later him taking me my brother and my Mum to see Faithless at Alexandra Palace. My first rave. As you can tell, ever since I was a kid, music played a strong role in my life. Unlike most parents, my dad was always trying to find something different to listen to- mainly following the advice from The Independent. This he passed on to me…not so much The Independent, more the desire to find new music. I remember at school a few friends and I listened to drum and bass and dubstep, and were mostly laughed at for our ‘shit taste in music’

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3 Responses to About

  1. Atom C says:

    hello im a nyc based dj i think you might like what i have and i would love to have it featured on your site.. heres a link thank you ahead of time for your consideration 🙂 hope you like

    http://www.djatomc.com/alchemy

  2. Rutger says:

    I’m trying to spread my track
    A remix of the Darth Vader Anthem imperial March, and I know the concept sounds cheesy but it turned out pretty cool!
    Hope you like it!

    • waagwan says:

      I’m so sorry it’s taken me so long to update you on to the blog. You are now up on there although I didn’t specifically put up the Imperial march remix as, in my opinion, some of your other stuff was better. I hope that I help you get more attention as I’m a big fan of your music and honestly believe that you can go on to do great things! Best of luck with your music and make sure you keep it up!

      Let me know how you get on!

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