Formerly NYC based web radio DJ, whose monthly residency (Hour of The Lizard) aired on Stream-FM during 2007-2008. Sets have also been featured on Korruptor’s RK2 podcast via iTunes. Primarily a tech-house stylist, whose influences include progressive house, breaks, techno, electro-house and minimal-techno, plus extensive formative exposure to classical music and jazz. And, once upon a time, a regular denizen of depraved dance venues with a modest collection of 90s club tunes to show for it.

Recent Activity
submitted Luke Abbott - Wysing Forest. over 3 years ago
submitted Jacob Cooper - Silver Threads. over 3 years ago
submitted Ryan Davis - State Of Mind. over 4 years ago
submitted Applescal - Dreaming In Key. over 4 years ago
submitted Ochre - National Ignition. over 4 years ago
submitted Kollektiv Turmstrasse - Rebellion Der Träumer (Remix Collection). over 5 years ago
submitted Joris Delacroix - Room With View. over 5 years ago
submitted Apparat - Walls. over 5 years ago
submitted Nils Frahm - Screws. over 5 years ago
submitted Mark Fell - Sentielle Objectif Actualité. over 5 years ago
posted a review of Christian Löffler - A Forest. over 5 years ago
An album very much in the style of Pantha Du Prince, but with less shimmer and tinkle. There's an undercurrent of sadness here. Where Hendrik Weber sings, Christian Loeffler sighs. Mood is a major distinguishing feature between two. Also, considering ... See full review
posted a review of Christian Löffler - A Forest. over 5 years ago
An album very much in the style of Pantha Du Prince, but with less shimmer and tinkle. There's an undercurrent of sadness here. Where Hendrik Weber sings, Christian Loeffler sighs. Mood is a major distinguishing feature between two. Also, considering ... See full review
posted a review of Oliver Schories - Herzensangelegenheit. over 5 years ago
This debut album from Oliver Schories is an instantly engaging blend of the techno/minimal-techno and house vibes. Its title translates as "affair of the heart," so the "emotech" moniker seems a good fit, too. If so, it's emotech without the drippy ... See full review
posted a review of Spektre - Casting Shadows Without Light. over 6 years ago
If you've read other reviews of this album, you've come away with plenty of negatives. Tries too hard. Too many different styles. It's inconsistent. Too many "songs" and not enough true Spektre techno. And what's with that "science-speak" shtick? ... See full review
posted a review of Dave Seaman - Lithuania : GU39. over 6 years ago
Overall, it's another thoroughly competent offering for Mr. Seaman, but if that sounds like damnation by faint praise, I direct your attention to the closing four tracks on disc 1 -- one of the most beautiful and poignant conclusions to a set that I've ... See full review
posted a review of Spirit Catcher - Partners In Crime. over 7 years ago
Despite a somewhat less than enthusiastic critical reception, "Partners In Crime" is a very good sophomore artist album from Belgian duo, Spirit Catcher (Jean Vanesse and Tom Sohet). The vibe is predominantly tech-house with a heavy dose of nu-disco ... See full review
posted a review of Dusty Kid - America. over 7 years ago
Brilliant!
A-side (America): Ennio Morricone collides with Mike Oldfield in a full-on emotive stunner;
B-side (Train No. 3): Steve Reich goes THUMP!
What's not to like here?
posted a review of Chicane - Far From The Maddening Crowds. over 7 years ago
Like a sea breeze from happier times, that warm Balaeric vibe still enchants, more than a decade after this album's initial release. Jaded cynics may feel its trancier elements a bit too saccharine for the 21st century, but even they may find a few ... See full review