If you're a vinyl purist and want a brief insight into its history and who invented it, this post is strictly for you.
In the late 1970s at the age of 20, I was introduced to an amazing after-hours gay dance club called Stages, in Toronto Canada.
That Syncing Feeling
Yep, love it or loathe it, the controversial sync button is here to stay. If you've started to DJ in recent years, you'll no doubt be familiar with this innovative mixing aid.
Remember as a kid, having a camp or a base just for you and your motley crew? A secret place that is the centre of your underground community.
I started buying music in the late 80s, when vinyl was still a big seller. But, alas my first record was not anything related to House music, but one that was very typical of my age at the time (under 10 years old).
Hosting your own radio show is great fun. It’s all yours, you play regularly to an audience and with a station like we have at HouseheadsRadio.com you get to entertain people all over the world.
If you've ever owned a pair of Technics 1200/1210 series turntables, you'll know what a delight they are to mix with.
Back in 1995 I was 18 years old with party life in full swing. I was following local free parties and raves. Me and my mates used to party in the local woods most weekends.
That dreaded button. "Push and Play", this representation on our current realities has reached into the sound booth.