Coming of summer

Graduate from the the college of pop and leave the evil music to the evil people.

I've decided to take a shot at Tallinn and I've spent most of the last week over here. Enjoy these photos from my disposable camera that I just got developped. I haven't shot on film for around 10 years and I must say the photos are fresh and nostalgic at the same time. It's as if the nineties have come back.

Enjoying a skyscraper

I've been working on new tracks and a remix of Shirubi Ikazuchi and Daft Punk. Both will be fresh and available pretty soon. Daft Punk one reminds the Justice one, but is more relaxed.

As I'm becoming more and more devoted to music, it's time to get a part-time job. I also need to get new technical equipment and a computer so that's another experiment to conduct.

Drinks with Robin and Paul.
The weather is getting more and more summerlike and my friend has a great terrace with fake grass to suntan and drink coffee on. I hope you are enjoying the summer as well.

Windy sunny afternoon in Tartu
Today I'm getting ready to spend the midsummer's day with friends in the country. It's important enough to skip the drinking today and to do it tomorrow. More photos from the camera in the next post.

See you soon!


Models and Garage

"...tracks which includes suggestive electro pop progressions having reference points to some disco vibes and electroclash-esque convulsive hooks"

I used morse code in my new track "Speed Courrier". Have a listen, maybe you will understand the message.
Erki Moeshow's afterparty was great. The set I played was a bit early but it was short and sweet. I left out all the low tempo and mellow tracks and went for an all in attack. The people, who had made it to the basement, which is Wabandust, before midnight danced away for the half an hour, with some casualties. The first-time organizer Karin took care of everything and checked it twice. Her clothes and hair were covered with safety-pins just in case something was loose. Except for the warm backstage ciders foaming, everything was under control.

I also played another set for Garage48. It's been great working with them. Their hub is in a building that used to be a hip-hop shop and a cafe. From those times there are some funky design elements like golden stairs, graffiti on the walls and neon lights around columns. It's likely that I will be back there playing very soon.

See you soon