Weekend Recap – Avicii’s Sick of Levels

Dj Guzie of the mighty Rock-It! Scientists joins us to discuss Jane Bang’s diss track against Paris Hilton, Dj’s against bullying, Frank Ocean coming out, more Dj’s being kicked off the decks, violence at SHM’s Dublin show, how to best promote on facebook, Trap remixes and more Deadmau5.   We also ask if trance is the next big thing in house music, plus Avicii’s people say enough with “Levels” already!

Meet us at the Dj Expo (August 13-16)

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Links:
Jane Bang (TMZ)
Jane Bang (Youtube)
Jane Bang (Soundcloud)
Jane Bang (Podcast)
Sam Ronson Disses Paris
DJ’s Against Bullying
Frank Ocean Come’s Out
Cassius Kicked Off The Decks
Enough With Levels Already
Violence at SHM Dublin Show
Porter Robinson and Trance
Trap Music
No Talent Required in EDM
Are Traditional DJ’s a Dying Breed?
Deadmau5 Wikipedia

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16 comments

  1. I know I’m Gonna Regret commenting before the video is over…but I gotta throw this out there…I just finally started really getting into making my own remixes. This includes the basic redrums, transitions, and what have you.  Let’s just say I’ve been involved in radio and production work for nearly 2 years, remixing for nearly 2 weeks now that I have the studio put together and complete.  Once I finalize a track, I get it complete, I make sure I save it at 320kbps, organize it into my crates and send it off to the record pools. I’VE “REMIXED” or “PRODUCED” (more remixed) a TRACK…Yes, I am REMIXING…but by NO MEANS am I a REMIXER. Rock-It Scientists, Skillz, Diggz, Anthem Kingz…these guys are REMIXERS.  Now, one day, I might get the hang of this and realize, maybe I’m better than this than DJing or I would rather BE a REMIXER than a DJ…then we will see. But its new, I’m DOING THE JOB OF A REMIXER, but I’m NOT a REMIXER.

    Now I know I’ve been messin’ with Spring and tweeting #TeamJD and what not, but I really think JD hit it on the head with his comment from his friend… “IMPROVISATION” That is probably one of the greatest things I’ve heard to help describe things. I mean, knowing how to READ A CROWD, being able to improv, knowing music, (i’m kind of answering the ? of the week so I’ll cut it there) but those are traits of a REAL-FUCKING-DJ (DM5). I mean look at Mansion (I think this was the place) who pulled of Dennis Ferrer from the decks.  They did this based on the fact that he didn’t play to the crowd, but he played basically his own style of music and did HIS stuff.  He got kicked because, well in reality (to hold strong with my statement) he wasn’t being a DJ (no improv, no change in what the crowd wanted…basically the crowd when to Mansion for the VENUE, not for FERRER therefore, he needed to DJ, but he was just putting on a show)(Correct me if any of that info is false.)

    I guess bottom line is like I said before, its just what you define as a DJ. Spring you said it perfect when you said, “If someone said Shaq wasnt a basketball player” I know you may have gotten some confusion with that comment but I followed u…we’re not involved in bball like we are DJing so its just silly nonsense, of course he’s a basketball player.  Of course DM5 is a DJ right?…Well…thats where personal DEFINITION comes into play. Looking forward to the ? of the week responses.

    DEADMAU5’s Main FOCUS is on PRODUCTION, he just has to “DJ” to spread his work. If he focused on the art of DJING and just produced tracks on the side to beef up his sets, he would be a DJ.

    • Let’s go :)

      Here is where you are wrong…and most of it is in your first paragraph.  You and JD keep pointing to the painter argument to prove your point that DM5 isn’t a DJ.  In your first paragraph, you switched painter with remixer. The problem is, that this argument proves my point and not yours.  It really confuses me when you and JD bring this up.  The painter argument (originally started by Benny B) states that someone who paints their house once is obviously not a house painter.  We agree on that.  Now, what about someone who paints many houses and earns most of their income from it.  I hope we agree that they are a house painter.  Now, which is DM5 closer to — the guy who painted one house, or the guy who paints many?  By using remixer as argument, you named all the big Crooklyn guys who make many remixes and get $ for them as remixers, while you said yourself, who’s only made one, isn’t.  Well then who is DM5 closer to? He’s DJ’d on stage in front of many people many times, and makes good $.  I think if you asked the names you listed, they would say DM5 is way beyond them.  SO on a scale of “painted one house” to “money earning house painter who’s done it many times”   — or a scale of “did one remix” to “remixed many tracks for good money”, wouldn’t you say DM5 falls on my side of the argument?

      As to improvisation – that’s one sign of a good DJ.  But whether one is good doesn’t affect whether that’s what they are.  Same thing with your last sentence and how you mentioned focus.  Whether one is focused doesn’t determine whether that is what a person is either.

      Hopefully you agree with me now :)

      Spring

      • Here’s my problem, I’m way too much like you. I’ve kinda forgot why we even are having this argument anymore and I will admit when I’m wrong…I have no problem doing so, the thing is, I try to prove my innocence first. This comment you made I agree with 100% and with that there is no denying DM5 is a DJ so I think you may have me now (and yes, maybe I could be wrong…and man am I glad I’m not a close buddy of yours I’m not sure how JD deals with it or anyone deals with me half the time when it comes to arguments).

        Bottom line is exactly what you said in the recap with the sports thing.   Its all based on how you see something…its kind of like the becket book for sports cards.  Ok, I’ve got a Derrick Jeter Rookie Card…they say its worth $3000. Will I pay that for it? No, of course not I dont really care that much, but let’s say I was into sports like a mad man, yes I am a Yankees fan but being from NY you should be.  Anyway, ok so to me, yes the Rookie Card is worth $3000.  To Spring, I’m sure you would pay someone to take it away from you…why? Because he’s not a baseball player, he’s a ….. (Fill in your opinion of a Yankees player here).  I know that I kinda went random on this topic but hey you have too in some of your “Water vs. Ocean” shit hahahaha anyway…the bottom line is this, is DM5 a DJ? Yes, Spring your right. (JD and I are not WRONG…but your right…he is a DJ)(by definition).  But to MY perception and to even HIS OWN perception, he’s not a DJ.  It doesnt matter if he wants to be or not, he still DJs, but is a good one? No…he plays what HE wants, does his own set of music, preplanned, premixed, pretimed, he isnt a good DJ…therefore I’ve come to my conclusion.  I am wrong Spring…DM5 IS a DJ, he is just a horrible DJ and a Cheating DJ.  He wouldn’t make it in the nightclub or bars type gigs that most of us have each week where he has to be an actual DJ…there is no way…thats why I am saying he is NOT a DJ, but in reality, I guess Im just saying he carries no traits of a good DJ…same with if I saw someone who is just starting out like I was years ago landing a HUGE spot and DJing for the biggest radio station in DC on Thurdays…There were guys that could come listen to me and my pathetic mixing and failure to keep songs in key etc. etc….and I’m sure they were like wow they gave this kid this job…he isn’t a DJ…but I was, I am. I just wasnt a GREAT or GOOD DJ…fact of the matter is, I got better in my field of DJING…DM5 only progresses and works on his production work rather than his DJing work.

        Tough topic, reality is, noone is wrong (playing nice here)…we just are arguing two slightly different points basically or reasoning behind it. Can we get this topic over before the expo though, I don’t want to start networking with people and my opening line be…Hey how are ya, I’m Dustin…DJ Prievo from DC/Baltimore…you like to paint houses?

  2. I got some heat for posting the link to “No talent required in edm” by some fellow djs and fellow edm heads. But i do agree on some of the stuff this writer said..

  3. jonathan guzman

    Hey gang. I briefly mentioned somewhere in this lengthy discussion about DDS: a record pool that the Rock-It! Scientists heavily support. DJ Benzi & Dstar send a bevy of music your way (GIGS ON GIGS ON GIGS…Giggity!) and you just pick and choose what makes sense. This might not work for you if you already are entrenched in DJCity, Clubkillers or what have you, but if you’re like me you prefer to just handle all your music in one sitting instead of forever pecking away at it like a woodpecker on a petrified tree. If you ARE interested hit up Benzi and let him know you are interested and he can give you all the particulars.

    djbenzi [at] gmail [dot] com

    BTW- deadmau5 is an electronic music performer. My djing definition is forthcoming…Unless he’s rockin some other people’s music how can he be called a dj? Girltalk ain’t a Dj either right? I don’t want to harp too long, but the second I can perform my entire set based on all my music i guess i can be a performer or an artist, until then I’m a DJ. So let’s get PAID PEOPLE!!! YEEEE!

    -Guzie

  4. Great episode!  I’m glad you guys provide a place for DJs to talk shop.

  5. I think we can all agree Deadmau5 comes off as an asshole, but if he says he isn’t asshole then what is he? Also big ups to Jay Spring aka Jay Sandusky for shouting out Uncle Murda.

    • By the way Spring. I’m only called you Jay Sandusky because you brought him not, not cause I think you are sketch. Sorry

  6. Wow, what a recap! I just realized that the amount of time I spent watching this, just over 1 hour 30 min, I could of watched an entire movie…lol, however in all seriousness it was def worth the time to watch, and a podcast on this particular episode would not do Guzie justice, as many would of missed his “Trap” dance and impersonations, which are always more entertaining to watch :)
    Spring, the comment shout out was greatly appreciated, and I reassessed about how I felt on this topic, as only fair that I do so, to see if maybe I was missing out anything as well, and I always respect the views of others, weather I agree or disagree, and if I feel 2 sides of the situation have valid points, I will bring to light that both sides have valid points, like I previously mentioned. I’m not so sure that you may have got where I was coming from, but as I watched the episode, JD would bring up great points that made perfect sense, and then you would retaliate with some other points that had me saying, “Hmm, Spring has a point too” That’s not to say I was agreeing full on verbatim to everything both of you said, rather I was just stating that I believe you both bring valid points to the table into why he may or may not be perceived as a DJ in the public eye. I do believe I answered the question with in depth analages and examples, although on my own definition terms lol :) I do agree with you that I took both sides, but again I validated only from within certain points into which you both mentioned, that I too agreed with!No, Deadmau5 is “not a DJ in the traditional sense” of what people think of what a DJ should be(i.e DJing with the classic DJ setup 2 turtables/CDJs and a mixer), however, I do believe he possesses the DJ image by how he goes about playing his music to an audience and as described by the textbook Wikipedia definition. Sure, I’ll buy what Wikipedia is selling…TO A DEGREE, A BROAD DEGREE. My analysis of this, echoes a bit on what JD has to say about all this, but when Spring brings in the Wikipedia definiton as to what a DJ is, there are some valid points in it, to which even JD agrees to a bit, so hopefully you can see it is at these points that I had mentioned in my last post comment, that both of you have valid points on this subject!To be fair, Wikipedia does touch a bit upon classifying DJs, as they do go as far as saying upfront there are specific kinds of DJs. They use the examples of Radio DJs, Club DJs and Hip Hop DJs. Take for instance their brief explanation of the Hip Hop DJ. They state that a Hip Hop DJ might be backed up by an MC and may also include scratching techniques. Fair enough. So what “I’m” taking from the textbook definition, is that Wikipedia is claiming that there is more than one type of DJ, and within the DJ Industry, DJs have set up sub labels to classify themselves even farther than just using the generic phrase of “Hey I’m a DJ”. I mean, if that’s the case then, of course Deadmau5 is a DJ, but not just a DJ, as Wikipedia lists several sub formats a DJ can be labeled as, then just like other commenters in the past have mentioned, we need to find a new label to coin Deadmau5 and the others that work live in a similar fashion. What I would like to add as a DJ category to Wikipedia under the such labels as Hip Hop DJ, Radio DJ, Club DJ, is “Production DJ”.To end this once and for all, If Deadmau5 just came out and saw that there was a  DJ label that would categorize him and shine some light towards his Production skills, then he might not be so jadded to the term “DJ”. Such a sub label as “Production DJ”, and the definition, as I explain below, would suit him quite well IMO. With this label, it throws in the word Production, into which I think is lacking with most of his beef on the term “DJ”.  If he is coined just as a “DJ”, he feels his Production skills may go unnoticed as far as his effort and showmanship goes, so adding the extra Production would help that, and this whole topic could sort of hash itself out. By Wikipedias definition, yes, Deadmau5 is a DJ, but to what category does he fall into? We can’t just say Deadmau5 is a DJ. I mean we could, but that’s like saying Bon Jovi is just a band. In the broadest sense, yes, that is correct, they are a band, but to be more precise, they are a Rock Band. You are upfront telling the listener that what you will hear when you see a  Bon Jovi concert, is Rock music, so we call Bon Jovi a Rock Band to help identify what music they tend to play. We sub label and classify things to help narrow and organize more efficiently, much like a library does with a card catalog. A DJ plays music from one source to the next for an audience, a Library has books for the public to read. Yes, both statements are true, but broad, but when you dive deeper into a more complex definition of the two, you will probably reiterate Wikipedias’ DJ classifications, and sub labeling of DJing as saying there are many types of DJs, much in the same fashion as you can say, Yes a Library has books for you to read, but many “types” of books to read. The statements both hold true, however one is broad, and the other explains a little bit more in which allows one to know that they will be able to read many kinds of genres and types of books.These are different times in the game, and I think if we go back to the whole labeling DJs, now is a time more than ever to utilize sub labels within being a DJ.MY DJ LABELING AND DEFINITION SYSTEM WOULD LOOK LIKE THIS:1. “Traditional DJ”: One who plays, blends, mixes in and out of music for an audience via any traditional forms of DJ gear(i.e. Turntables, CD Players, Basic Mixers(non USB etc)….Since DJing started out in this fashion, why not appropriately label it as such. Traditional, because that was the original tradition in how a DJ performed.2. “Production DJ”: One who incorporates any form of Live Production in his or her DJ sets. This Live Production can be triggered via any device from live Instruments to Midi controllers, to synth/keyboards which allows manipulation and live playing of Computer VSTs and the like. This DJ can also posses a “Traditional DJ” setup, however with a Production DJ, he or she can also add any form of live gear to his or her DJ setup making this type of DJ a Hybrid act.I see Deadmau5 as #2, A “Production DJ”. Be it that these are my made up definitions of how I see it, if you really had to put Deadmau5 in one of these catagories, I believe many would agree that he would fall into being #2, if in fact at all we were labeling him as DJ to start with.TO SUM IT ALL UP!!After analyzing things a bit, I’ve come down to this conclusion…. Yes he is a DJ, but he is NOT a “Traditional DJ” by any means gear wise. Textbook definition wise, it seems to coin him as a DJ, because of the DJ motions he needs to go thru  in order to perform live, however in my view he is what I like to call a “Production DJ”, as he utilizes Producers tools to perform his music live, utilizing the DJ Textbook definition as a vehicle to play his music in front of an audience. In other words, “DJing” is the vehicle that transports his music to his audience, he uses DJing only as a form of transportation to get his Original Productions and Remixes heard while on tour. This echoes somewhat of what JD has referenced into stating that he is DJing, but is not a DJ, and also echoes a bit upon what Benny B has stated, in which if Deadmau5 had a better way of playing his music he would do so, because being compared to a DJ is the last comparison Deadmau5 wants. If Deadmau5 could play Instruments live, he would in a heartbeat, debunking all of the DJ stigma that surrounds him, however as he has stated in some Interviews I have seen, he states that he hates Rock music, and does not know how to play real instruments, and therefore relys on his comfort zone of Computers, VSTs and the likes.As the years pass by, more and more DJs in the booth and on stage are going to start to look more and more like Deadmau5(not physically lol)but gear wise. Right now many DJs already are utilizing and performing hybrid sets with gear not traditionally seen in a DJ Booth(think Enfernos LRP for example)Spring, I get your Politician analage when referring to I should pick a side and go with it, and to not agree with both of you, however if you infer to what it is I’m trying to say, I quite literally am Independently giving you an answer. As being Independent minded, I was trying to weigh in on all the facts, pick and choose which I felt were valid, and take all that information and make my own personal conclusion on this. Like in Politics, If a person feels both sides of the isle have valid points to a degree but dosent whole heartily agree fully on either sides views, one may become an Independent, allowing one to see what both sides have to offer, then either sway to that side or make an Independent observation and conclusion based on certain valid points from each side. BTW, Im not claiming in Politics that I’m an Independent in any way, I was just using the Politics game as a reference, since you mentioned it within my comment lol :)

    • A WORD OF ADVISE….Please don’t even try to read the above, as even though I originally typed it with spaces and paragraphs, when I posted it, it came out in one long paragraph which is impossible to follow and read..I reposted it with spacing below…sorry about the long posts…will try to keep it much shorter in future posts :)

  7. Wow, what a recap! I just realized that the amount of time I spent watching this, just over 1 hour 30 min, I could of watched an entire movie…lol, however in all seriousness it was def worth the time to watch, and a podcast on this particular episode would not do Guzie justice, as many would of missed his “Trap” dance and impersonations, which are always more entertaining to watch :)

    Spring, the comment shout out was greatly appreciated, and I reassessed about how I felt on this topic, as only fair that I do so, to see if maybe I was missing out anything as well, and I always respect the views of others, weather I agree or disagree, and if I feel 2 sides of the situation have valid points, I will bring to light that both sides have valid points, like I previously mentioned. I’m not so sure that you may have got where I was coming from, but as I watched the episode, JD would bring up great points that made perfect sense, and then you would retaliate with some other points that had me saying, “Hmm, Spring has a point too” That’s not to say I was agreeing full on verbatim to everything both of you said, rather I was just stating that I believe you both bring valid points to the table into why he may or may not be perceived as a DJ in the public eye. 

    I do believe I answered the question with in depth analages and examples, although on my own definition terms lol :) I do agree with you that I took both sides, but again I validated only from within certain points into which you both mentioned, that I too agreed with!

    No, Deadmau5 is “not a DJ in the traditional sense” of what people think of what a DJ should be(i.e DJing with the classic DJ setup 2 turtables/CDJs and a mixer), however, I do believe he possesses the DJ image by how he goes about playing his music to an audience and as described by the textbook Wikipedia definition. Sure, I’ll buy what Wikipedia is selling…TO A DEGREE, A BROAD DEGREE. My analysis of this, echoes a bit on what JD has to say about all this, but when Spring brings in the Wikipedia definiton as to what a DJ is, there are some valid points in it, to which even JD agrees to a bit, so hopefully you can see it is at these points that I had mentioned in my last post comment, that both of you have valid points on this subject!

    To be fair, Wikipedia does touch a bit upon classifying DJs, as they do go as far as saying upfront there are specific kinds of DJs. They use the examples of Radio DJs, Club DJs and Hip Hop DJs. Take for instance their brief explanation of the Hip Hop DJ. They state that a Hip Hop DJ might be backed up by an MC and may also include scratching techniques. Fair enough. So what “I’m” taking from the textbook definition, is that Wikipedia is claiming that there is more than one type of DJ, and within the DJ Industry, DJs have set up sub labels to classify themselves even farther than just using the generic phrase of “Hey I’m a DJ”. I mean, if that’s the case then, of course Deadmau5 is a DJ, but not just a DJ, as Wikipedia lists several sub formats a DJ can be labeled as, then just like other commenters in the past have mentioned, we need to find a new label to coin Deadmau5 and the others that work live in a similar fashion. What I would like to add as a DJ category to Wikipedia under the such labels as Hip Hop DJ, Radio DJ, Club DJ, is “Production DJ”.

    To end this once and for all, If Deadmau5 just came out and saw that there was a  DJ label that would categorize him and shine some light towards his Production skills, then he might not be so jadded to the term “DJ”. Such a sub label as “Production DJ”, and the definition, as I explain below, would suit him quite well IMO. With this label, it throws in the word Production, into which I think is lacking with most of his beef on the term “DJ”.  If he is coined just as a “DJ”, he feels his Production skills may go unnoticed as far as his effort and showmanship goes, so adding the extra Production would help that, and this whole topic could sort of hash itself out. 

    By Wikipedias definition, yes, Deadmau5 is a DJ, but to what category does he fall into? We can’t just say Deadmau5 is a DJ. I mean we could, but that’s like saying Bon Jovi is just a band. In the broadest sense, yes, that is correct, they are a band, but to be more precise, they are a Rock Band. You are upfront telling the listener that what you will hear when you see a  Bon Jovi concert, is Rock music, so we call Bon Jovi a Rock Band to help identify what music they tend to play. We sub label and classify things to help narrow and organize more efficiently, much like a library does with a card catalog. A DJ plays music from one source to the next for an audience, a Library has books for the public to read. Yes, both statements are true, but broad, but when you dive deeper into a more complex definition of the two, you will probably reiterate Wikipedias’ DJ classifications, and sub labeling of DJing as saying there are many types of DJs, much in the same fashion as you can say, Yes a Library has books for you to read, but many “types” of books to read. The statements both hold true, however one is broad, and the other explains a little bit more in which allows one to know that they will be able to read many kinds of genres and types of books.

    These are different times in the game, and I think if we go back to the whole labeling DJs, now is a time more than ever to utilize sub labels within being a DJ.

    MY DJ LABELING AND DEFINITION SYSTEM WOULD LOOK LIKE THIS:

    1. “Traditional DJ”: One who plays, blends, mixes in and out of music for an audience via any traditional forms of DJ gear(i.e. Turntables, CD Players, Basic Mixers(non USB etc)….Since DJing started out in this fashion, why not appropriately label it as such. Traditional, because that was the original tradition in how a DJ performed.

    2. “Production DJ”: One who incorporates any form of Live Production in his or her DJ sets. This Live Production can be triggered via any device from live Instruments to Midi controllers, to synth/keyboards which allows manipulation and live playing of Computer VSTs and the like. This DJ can also posses a “Traditional DJ” setup, however with a Production DJ, he or she can also add any form of live gear to his or her DJ setup making this type of DJ a Hybrid act.

    I see Deadmau5 as #2, A “Production DJ”. Be it that these are my made up definitions of how I see it, if you really had to put Deadmau5 in one of these catagories, I believe many would agree that he would fall into being #2, if in fact at all we were labeling him as DJ to start with.

    TO SUM IT ALL UP!!

    After analyzing things a bit, I’ve come down to this conclusion…. Yes he is a DJ, but he is NOT a “Traditional DJ” by any means gear wise. Textbook definition wise, it seems to coin him as a DJ, because of the DJ motions he needs to go thru  in order to perform live, however in my view he is what I like to call a “Production DJ”, as he utilizes Producers tools to perform his music live, utilizing the DJ Textbook definition as a vehicle to play his music in front of an audience. In other words, “DJing” is the vehicle that transports his music to his audience, he uses DJing only as a form of transportation to get his Original Productions and Remixes heard while on tour. This echoes somewhat of what JD has referenced into stating that he is DJing, but is not a DJ, and also echoes a bit upon what Benny B has stated, in which if Deadmau5 had a better way of playing his music he would do so, because being compared to a DJ is the last comparison Deadmau5 wants. If Deadmau5 could play Instruments live, he would in a heartbeat, debunking all of the DJ stigma that surrounds him, however as he has stated in some Interviews I have seen, he states that he hates Rock music, and does not know how to play real instruments, and therefore relys on his comfort zone of Computers, VSTs and the likes.

    As the years pass by, more and more DJs in the booth and on stage are going to start to look more and more like Deadmau5(not physically lol)but gear wise. Right now many DJs already are utilizing and performing hybrid sets with gear not traditionally seen in a DJ Booth(think Enfernos LRP for example)

    Spring, I get your Politician analage when referring to I should pick a side and go with it, and to not agree with both of you, however if you infer to what it is I’m trying to say, I quite literally am Independently giving you an answer. As being Independent minded, I was trying to weigh in on all the facts, pick and choose which I felt were valid, and take all that information and make my own personal conclusion on this. Like in Politics, If a person feels both sides of the isle have valid points to a degree but dosent whole heartily agree fully on either sides views, one may become an Independent, allowing one to see what both sides have to offer, then either sway to that side or make an Independent observation and conclusion based on certain valid points from each side. BTW, Im not claiming in Politics that I’m an Independent in any way, I was just using the Politics game as a reference, since you mentioned it within my comment lol :)

  8. Just came across this…kind of follows up what you guys were talking about. I’ve come to conclusion…and I’m still learning the facebook page, but I’ve learned that if you ARE interactive…if you take the time to find information, much like we do at the radio station or our morning show guys do…they find a lot of funny information and then send it out to the “fans”… One of the new kicks they are on now is the “Caption this photo” and they post random photos. The last one was a guy driving away in a car with a Vikings helmet on that on the rear bumper he had “JUST DIVORCED” and behind was dragging a string and cans…much like the traditional “Just Married”… Here is a cool few tips but I’m also going to include some sites that we get some good information from.

    Facebook Tips:
    http://www.digitaldjtips.com/2011/08/djs-guide-keeping-facebook-fans/

    Fun, Interesting, “Different” Info

    http://www.fark.com

    http://boingboing.net/

    http://failblog.org/tag/probably-bad-news/

    http://www.davesdaily.com/

    http://www.obscurestore.com/

    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/

    http://www.madville.com/index

    http://www.dailyrotten.com

    http://fazed.net/

    http://www.cracked.com/?rd=pointlesswasteoftime.com

    http://www.somethingawful.com/

    http://www.dailycognition.com/

  9. Forgive me, but I’m even going to attempt to read the long comments below bc I have tons of work to do, but great episode, and shouts to DJ Guzie and the RS team. I”m looking forward to catching up with you both at The DJ Expo. The guys at the Rane booth are great friends of mine, I’ll definitely introduce you guys and what not. (Can someone say Rane discounts? lol)

  10. Think about this, if Deadmau5 stops playing live but keeps on producing, his career goes on. If he stops producing but keeps playing live, his career stops.

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