In this episode of the podcast, we reflect back on the guests we’ve had the honor of featuring on the show.
We’re seeing lots of growth lately, which is great! But, it also means that there are probably a lot of people who have missed out on some of the knowledge bombs our guests have dropped in earlier episodes.
Episode 28 is all about re-visiting these golden nuggets, in thanks for the wisdom these guests were willing to freely share with all of us.
What you’ll hear:
- Casie Lane describes the “pre-gig scan”
- DMC Champion Vekked tells us his strategies and approach to competition, and plays a killer routine
- Fortune talks about “doing it for the love”, the notion of begging for a scene’s support, and the struggles of working together.
- A hilarious and informative rant by John Chapel about competing with the establishment, and the ridiculous idea of “haters make you famous”.
- Jon Skinner tells us all about the club and rave scene in Brighton, London, and elsewhere in the UK during the 80s and 90s.
- Legendary trance icon Airwave discusses his passion for music technology, and the benefits of the digital revolution.
- Co-founder of Heroic Recordings and author of The SoundCloud Bible, Budi Voogt tells us how we find an audience in today’s modern climate.
- Tony DeSaro (before he was a co-host) came in as a guest along with Billy Dickensheets, and together they describe what they wish modern DJs would do more of.
- Long-time friends of the show, Kilma and Joe Pardo, tell us how to get serious about goals and purpose.
Thanks, and we’ll see you next week for episode 29!