I was terrible at playing guitar and needed a way to impress girls. DJing seemed to require a lot less practice and talent. My first pair of CDJs was a crappy pair of used Stantons that had weird, sticky residue all over the platters. It turned out to be a blessing, as it forced me to learn how to beat-match just by riding the pitch fader so I wouldn't have to touch it. I started throwing small parties in 2013 at a dingy little bar called Night & Day. It was at a point in my life when I was growing quite jaded of big clubs. I found the music too polished, too many collar-poppin’ douches. I grew to love the vibe at small parties; I made a bunch of new friends every time we partied. And nobody was really playing the kind of house and techno I wanted to dance to, so I figured I might as well play it myself. We had some great nights at that venue.
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