Friday, December 21, 2012
Friday, November 16, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with Josh McClintock on Friday, November 16, 2012.
Josh played a 100% vinyl set as always. Sorry for all the talking on this one. Those of you that know me I hate talking on the mic and it sure shows on this one. Our station was having a fund drive during the past two weeks and I had to make pitches on the show for donations. Special thanks to those of you who have donated to kuci.
Please check out www.plasticgroove.com for more info about RotPG and Josh McClintock.
Friday, October 26, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with guest DJ MIke C on Friday, October 26, 2012 on 88.9fm KUCI in Irvine California and world wide at www.plasticgroove.com
DJ Mike C. was first introduced to the L.A. underground in 1991, and quickly became a regular of the scene attending numerous raves, clubs and afterhours events. Instantly intrigued by the deejays behind the music, Mike purchased his first set of Technics 1200 turntables and a mixer. And the addiction began! Mike spent countless hours teaching himself to mix, and when he wasnât mixing he could be found record hunting all over Southern California. From Old Skool Techno to Progressive and Deep House, Mike was spending his every dime on building his vinyl collection.
Mikeâs journey grew quickly from spinning at local parties with friends out to the L.A. afterhours scene in 1993, where he at played at many one off events opening up for and along side of some of L.A.âs best house jocks. This led to him landing a spot as one of the resident deejays at The Beverly Room from 1994 to 1996, and also some guest appearances at The Arena in Hollywood, CA.
With the constant changing L.A. rave and club scene going in a different direction, Mike decided to take a break in 1996 to pursue his personal and professional life. Mike started playing more local mainstream bars and clubs, and eventually got married and started a family in 2001. It was at that point that Mike packed away his equipment and took an extended hiatus from spinning all together to focus exclusively on his family and contracting business. Late 2011 is when all of that changed. Mikeâs long time friend DJ One Love motivated him to unpack the turntables and start spinning again. With a new found excitement and an endless love for the music, Mike C. was back in action practicing and polishing his skills, and once again music hunting. Currently collecting and playing several genreâs, Mike C. will always be trying to find that certain sound; that certain sound that is him.
DJ Mike C info at www.facebook.com/mr.connell
Friday, October 12, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove on Friday, October 12, 2012 with Ron D Core and guest.
Sorry for the glitch in the show where the recording has stopped. That's the joy of always doing a LIVE show!
More info about RotPG please check out www.plasticgroove.com
More info about Ron D Core at www.DrFreeclouds.com
Spinning records since 1985, Co-Owner & Founder of Dr. Freecloudâs Mixing Lab since 1994. Owner and creator of Atomic Hardcore Recordings + Oblivion Records (Californiaâs first Hardcore record labels). Ron has recorded and been featured on many Hardcore and nonâHardcore from all over the world including: Atomic Hardcore Recordings (Costa Mesa), Industrial Strength (New York), Head Fuck (Italy), Epileptik (France), UC Music (Chicago), V-Wax (Los Angeles), Swell (Arizona) & most recently the Dr. Freecloud label. Throughout the years of Ron D Coreâs DJ career heâs thrown a lot of events (large and small), and always memorable such as Dr. Freecloudâs Psychedelic Drugstore (Halloween Rave in Santa Ana 1990) + Hot Lemonade (an Acid House event in Downtown Los Angeles 1989) + NoâDoz (a weekly afterhours in Los Angeles 1992â1993) + Funny Farm (a hardcore weekly in Orange County 1993â1994) + Plazma (a Hardcore weekly in Fullertonâs Digital Kilinik 1997) + Operation 1 & Operation 2 (Large scale events celebrating Dr. Freecloudâs BâDays) + Funky Shit Happens! (Large Rave @ Orange Show in San Bernadino) + Blitzkrieg (MegaâOutdoor Desert Festival) Hardcore vs. House party + Megablast (all Hardcore event @ The Glasshouse in Pomona) & coâPromoted with Sid P.W.L.Y. + 13 (all Hardcore event in Pomona) thrown on the 13th of any given month.
Ron has played at some of the largest and most memorable events in the world such as: Electric Daisy Carnival + Nocturnal Wonderland + Smoke Out + Circa + Together As One + Monster Massive + Bassrush + Pyrotechnodiscoworks + Audiotistic + Opium + Willie Wonka + Aliceâs House + Stranger Than Fiction (L.A.âs first Massive 1990 @ The Shrine Auditorium) + Narnia + Future World + Aphroditeâs Temple + Shivaâs Erotic Banquet + Cyberslam & too many others to mention & played for crowds up to 50,000 people. Ron has played with some of the biggest names in the business such as: Speed Freak + Lenny Dee + DJ Producer + Juan Atkins + J. Saul Kane (Depth Charge) + Rob Gee + Neophyte + DJ Paul + Babu (Beat Junkies) + DJ Dan + Doc Martin + Manu Le Malin and loads of others. Some of the articles and interviews Ron has been featured in are: Urb Magazine + Entrepeneur + OC Weekly + XLR8R + DJ Times + Daily Pilot + Yellow Rat Bastard + Thunder Magazine (Thunderdome Holland) + L.A. Weekly + Club Life + Tribe + Free Bass + Fix Magazine + Rave (Porn Magaine) + Culture and moreâ¦ Ron has been featured in a Movie Documentary about the rave scene and itâs history called âBetter living Through Circuitry,â & the book called âGeneration Exstacy,â. Ron is continuosly working hard in the Electronic Music scene Recording DJâing and Promoting the Hardcore he loveâs and supports. Keeping Dr. Freecloudâs the store and the Vinyl alive is nothing short of dedication to the scene.
DJ Dement has been in and around the LA underground scene since 1993, DJâing since 1995. From 2000 to 2010 he took a break from the scene but found himself still searching for that underground sound. A trip into Dr. Freeclouds, to buy a CD, led to starting up a vinyl collection again with a new itch to get back out into the scene. Along with his ânewâ vinyl collection he found a new love, Industrial Hardcore. Itâs a generally slower, dark and often grungy style of Gabber. While formating sets, he tends to have an idea of where to go but not have set tracks to play, with a multi subgenre of Hardcore. Hardstyle, Gabber, Industrial and Core âN Bass (also know as crossbread) Recently he has been working with Dr. Freeclouds, Audio Science, Dirty Snare and CDP with hopes to work with many more of the LA area promoters in the near future.
More info to come.
Friday, October 5, 2012
Friday, September 21, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with Guest Mean Mister Mustard on Friday, September 21, 2012.
More info at www.plasticgroove.com
Mean Mister Mustard, a resident at LA’s Funky Sole at the Echo, can be found every Saturday in the funk yard spinning 45s. Past appearances include Amoeba Records, The Hive Gallery, Ghettoblaster, Radio Harvest, The Other Door, Paradox, Future Bound Radio & Groove Riders.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove on September 14, 2012 featuring Josh McClintock live in studio.info about Josh McClintock & RotPG can be found at www.plasticgroove.com
Friday, August 17, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Grooove with guest Petro Uno on Friday, August 17, 2012.
More info at www.plasticgroove.com.
Petro Uno is a tribal house and Latin house DJ from Los Angeles, California, well known for his role as a promoter and resident DJ of the Imagination, Evolution, Bulletproof and Insomnia After Hours parties and events that defined L.A. underground house music in the 90’s and 00’s.
At age 14, Petro was already known for his passion and dedication to dance music. In 1989 he changed his name from Sergio Espinoza to Petro One, a name that had been bestowed upon him by his friends in the So-Cal rave scene, as a testament to his love for music and the family of people it brought together as one.
Petro One started to get more involved in the scene in 1993 when he threw his first rave called “Shrooms”, and he continued to stay involved by promoting for the popular club Metropolis and the legendary after-hours “Dream”. In 1996 Petro threw his own highly-respected after-hours called “IMAGINATION”. “IMAGINATION” ran bi-monthly from 1996-1998 and its success was recognized in XLR8R Magazine who named it “The most influential event/party in 1996”. Since then Petro One has been promoting his own parties and providing sound and lighting to many first-class events with his company ECOSYSTEMS.
Living in the epicenter of electronic music, Petro One was exposed to some of the best DJ’s in the world. By 1997 Petro started spinning records and his inspiration was drawn from the drums, tribal beats and DJ’s such as Eric Morillo, Danny Teneglia, Steve Lawler, Hernan Canttaneo, Wally Lopez, RJ Spinher and David Hopper. Petro quickly earned a loyal following which resulted in DJ residencies at EVOLUTION and INSOMNIA After-Hours, the longest running Saturday night underground after-hour’s party in L.A. Since then Petro has had the privilege to open for Steve Lawler, Nick Warren, Sandra Collins, Barry Jamieson, Taylor, Kazell, Mark Lewis and Frankie Bones.
In 2011, Petro One’s official DJ name was updated to Petro Uno, a name that more closely reflects his mixed Latin American identity heard in the music he plays. Petro Uno’s trade relies on a mix of groovy, seductive and scorching Latin, tribal and funky house records, which integrate southern elements in rhythms and colorful patterns in sound. Whether it is exotic vocals, organic drumming, or chunky bass lines with attitude, Petro Uno’s style of L.A. underground house music is 100% authentic and it is arranged to drive a big room sound through the deepest of underground gatherings. If you ask Petro what his music sounds like he will simply tell you, “I play music that has t
he right energy, the right attitude, a good vibe, and that is sexy and uplifting.” Focused in the live arena since 1996, Petro Uno is now looking ahead to production and playing in and out of LA.
Friday, August 10, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with Jaymystic on Friday, August 10, 2012.
More info at www.plasticgroove.com
Jaymystic is well known throughout the west coast of the U.S. and Canada for his deep, soulful and funky style of house. Jeremy got his musical start at age seven where piano lessons were a weekly occurrence that didn’t end until the age of eighteen when he joined the U.S.M.C. and was stationed in Los Angeles in 1990.It was here that he first heard electronic music and became a mainstay in the underground music scene as a dj and promoter. Jeremy’s first residency was in 1996 at the fabled Zoot Suite in Portland, Oregon, where he brought his deep and soulful sound to a city that historically preferred a darker more aggressive style. The Zoot Suite soon became the premier house and downtempo destination in Portland, and from 1996 – 1999, Jeremy hosted monthly residencies for Mushroom Jazz and OM Records, alongside the likes of Mark Farina, Doc Martin, Andy Caldwell, John Howard, Derrick Carter, Victor Simonelli, Deep Dish, Daft Punk, Stacey Kid, Juan Atkins, Jeno and Dj Garth as well as countless others. During his stay in Portland, Jeremy maintained several other residencies including a monthly at the famed Suebeez Ultra Lounge and Restaurant in Vancouver, BC, The Friends and Family parties in San Francisco and helped pioneer the supper club culture in Portland with a monthly residency at the Saucebox, which is still one of Portland’s premier destinations for a sophisticated dinning experience while enjoying the beautiful sounds of the world’s best downtempo and deep house djs. Jeremy relocated back to Los Angeles in the 1999 where he quickly made a name for himself and landed a residence at Luna Park on Friday nights in Hollywood. The Spot at Luna Park was named the hottest Friday night destination in 2000 by The L.A. Weekly. The Spot also received accolades from LA2nite.com, Clubplanet.com, XLR8TR and URB magazine and was routinely featured on KCRW as the best electronic music Friday night in Los Angeles. Luna Park was considered THE place to be seen for young Hollywood in the early 00s. Jeremy’s talent was spotted at Luna Park and he was offered a residency at the exclusive Sunset Room, now known as the Ecco Lounge. The venue opened on Halloween of 1999, and by 2000 it was the hottest place in town on Thursday and Saturday nights. Seeing-stars.com and Variety magazine named in it the best dinner and dancing club to see stars during 2000 and 2001. Jeremy djed numerous other events while at his residences including the wrap party for “Beverly Hills 90210″ in April of 2000, the 100th episode of the TV series, “Moesha,” the wrap party for “3000 miles to Graceland”, “The Carwash” and the “Party of Five” wrap party. Other notable events were the Leonardo DiCaprio hosted MVP party for Shaquille ONeal after the Lakers won their 2000 Championship, the premier party for “The Pledge” which saw Jack Nicholson, Sean Penn & Lou Adler in attendance as well as The post-premiere party for “Snatch” which brought out Madonna & Guy Ritchie, Vinnie Jones and Benicio Del Toro. Then in 2003 Jeremy relocated to Orange County, CA to attend Pepperdine University and pursue a degree in business management and marketing. Jeremy continued to pursue his dj career as well and has graced the decks at the legendary Focus house club as well as Sutra, The Detroit Bar, The Commonwealth Lounge, Memphis Soul Café, SOL Cucina in Newport Beach, Club Vegas, The Shark Club, The Standard Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, the lengendary OC restuarant Scott’s @ South Coast Plaza, The Maya Resort in Long Beach, The Montage resort in Laguna Beach and The Vintage Hollywood Hush parties. He is also a regular feature attraction at the Los Angeles, Santa Ana and Fullerton Art Walks, The Lab Anti-mall, and local radio shows on KUCI & KPFK. Jeremy’s musical maturation into the downtempo, bossanova, world music, dub, acid jazz, nu funk, electro jazz, and dnb sounds has worked well for him in recent years landing him special appearances at the now closed Chat Noir Jazz and Supper Club in Costa Mesa and Chimayo in Huntington Beach as well as corporate appearances for Hurley International, Arbonne International Cosmetics, The NAMM tradeshow, and The WSA clothing and footwear trade show for numerous local sports action apparel companies.
Jeremy has recently accepted a membership invitation from The Hush Crew in LA and is now a resident dj and regular contributor to all Hush Crew affiliated events and promotions. (for more info please see hushradio.com)
Friday, July 27, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with Omar Santana on Friday, July 27, 2012.
More info at www.plasticgroove.com
Omar Santana bio:
H2OH Recordings was launched in 1993 by Omar Santana in New York City, releasing it’s own brand of true school hardcore flava. The Label has built up a strong reputation for itself with an arsenal of artists that includes the likes of Omar Santana, 3 da Hard Way, The Thundergods, Innerchild, The Scrumbleheads, DJ Jokey & Da Predator. It was such a success that a sister label by the name of Tricked Out Recordings was brought into operation in late 1996 to concentrate and add even greater ammunition to the audio warfare in breaks – setting the agenda for the Hard Hop & Breakbeat sound in America. With artists skilled in the trade of cut-up beats and sounds such as The Dark Side of the Shroom, Hard Hop Heathen & Wizard of Oh.
H2oH and Tricked Out Albums available on iTunes!
More info about Omar Santana can be found at:
Special thanks to CLAUDIA!
Beginning in warehouses and alley clubs the music fueled a movement that went deep into our hearts, our lives, and our culture. It is important for the new generation to understand what the roots of the what was to be, our utopia. Endless Love to the Old School is a page Dedicated to the Old School scene. Join Us!
Friday, July 20, 2012
Friday, July 13, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove on Friday, July 13, 2012 with guest dj's Wally Callerio & GP.
More info at www.plasticgroove.com
Los Angeles, Calif.
Originally hailing from Boston, Wally Callerio (a.k.a. Poncho Warwick) made his way to the sandy beaches of Orange County as a young child and hasnʼt looked back since. An avid music lover as a young child, the transition to djʼing was a natural progression. “I donʼt really know why I got into djʼing” Callerio says, “I just loved music and listening to it. This was a way for me to not only listen but manipulate what I was hearing…I was interested in mixing 2 different sounds…”
Widely regarded as one of the premier producers and selectors in his genre, Callero continues to push the musical envelope. With over 40 original tracks and 15 remixes under his name in 2011 alone, itʼs no wonder that his label, Dufflebag Recordings continues at the musical vanguard even after 14 years. From itʼs humble beginnings with acclaimed tracks “Deju vu/Whispers” and “In Your Arms/Thisgo,” Dufflebag has since released music of both house heavyweights and up-and-coming talents alike including: Derek Dunbar, Corduroy Mavericks, Manjane, and Will Jax. Contrary to other labels, Callerioʼs philosophy and approach to creative disposition is simple: trust the artist and give them full discretion over their artform.
As a dj, Callerioʼs signature sound showcases a blend of improvisation, technical
wizardry, and a crate that spans nearly two decades. Drawing upon influences from Quincy Jones, Stevie Wonder, A Tribe Called Quest and Frank Sinatra, Wally knows where he wants his focus to be: the vocals. Callerio explains, “I want people to walk away whistling a melody or singing a vocal that sticks with them.” And if youʼre one of those who have had the opportunity to experience it firsthand, you can attest to his ability not only make your feet move, but your ears smile.
As a producer, Wally challenges and stretches the boundaries of musical construction. Experiments in phrasing and selection are some of the key ingredients that produce the creative dissonance that is signature of his sound. Wally explains, “I am trying more musical, crossover house while trying to keep that underground feel. I donʼt want my music to be limited to just 8-bar phrases. I like to experiment, break some rules and make the listener think about what they are hearing.” And with over 20 years under his belt, his diversification goes unmatched; his tracks have been known not only to be enjoyed on the dancefloor through massive sound, but also in listenerʼs homes while enjoying a lovely dinner.
2012 marks the iconic labelʼs 15-year anniversary. Whatʼs next? “For one, a number of new changes…” Callerio remarks, “ I donʼt try to predict the future of house, I just try to give it my imagination and push with my music. I try to inspire people into making and playing the right stuff.” Although these changes remain to be seen, if the past is any indicator of what to expect, one can only be sure that Callero will have a few tricks up his sleeve.
1200 traxx, alluv, Beatdown, Classic Music, Electric Soul, Farris Wheel Recordings, Guesthouse, Jump Music, Juiced Music, Liberate , Life, Magnetic, Maracuja, Mezzo, Minority, Motion, My Utopia, Oomph, Panhandle, Popular, Private Parts, Robsoul, Sampled, Shaboom, Shak Digital, Sweet Mother, Twisted, Wax Records.
Friday, July 6, 2012
C^stillo is a record producer and a Minimal/Deep Techno and Acid DJ. Born and raised in Pomona, California, Castillo grew up listening to early 80’s New Wave and Industrial music. He developed an eclectic taste in music around the Pomona arts colony–an enclave and breeding ground for many musicians and artists alike; creating an electrifying atmosphere in the local venues such as the renowned Glass House, the Pomona Fox Theater and the now-defunct Green House.
Castillo was first exposed to the Los Angeles-based underground dance community in 1990, identifying with the urban culture and the art of Djing. This new and exhilarating scene prompted him to form close ties with likeminded individuals. In 1994, Castillo founded the Acid Groove Family, a collective of DJs, artists and writers whose main focus was to produce events that preserved the integrity of the underground community.
Today Castillo describes his style as, “Minimal acid dark tekno with the intention to take them [the dance crowd] on a deep journey to the unknown using my beats and soundscape as their guide…” and “…Work them into a cerebral frenzy”. A perfect example of his DJ work is the recent online release of his mix simply entitled RE-CONNECT. (http://soundcloud.com/alfonso-castillo-mnd/c-stillo-re-connect)
As Castillo continues to break boundaries djing his Minimal/Deep Techno and Acid sets, his true innovation has to be the launch of his new label INNERM^TTER Recordings.. His new platform to unleash his original productions on the techno fans of Los Angeles and the world..
David Christophere’s Electronic Music Career started back in a humid warehouse in st pete Fl Dec ’91 where he and his future Rabbit in the Moon collaborator Monk threw the first underground Rave party in Florida. The rest as they say is history.
After several singles released on their Hallucination Recordings label under the name Anarch-E, his first major success as a producer came in 1993 with the release of the Rabbit in the Moon’s”Phases of an Out of Body Experience” single on Hardkiss Records. As a remixer, he has reworked songs by artists such as Depeche Mode, Garbage, BT/Tori Amos , Sarah McLachlan , Orbital, Stone Roses, Smashing Pumpkins, Goldie, Delerium, and Paul Oakanfold.
As a live performer, his music took Rabbit in the Moon on a tour around the globe. As a DJ he’s played the biggest clubs and events in the US and parts of Asia and Europe. To say he’s a pioneer is an understatement. To say he’s one of the Godfather’s of the US Rave scene, he would say nah.. That makes him sound retired… and his set, is far from over. As he celebrates 20 years in the scene. If age is just a number, and great music is timeless. David Christophere has proven to the world that he is here to stay…
Friday, June 22, 2012
It was my honor to have Moonpup in our studio!Known as DJ Moonpup, a well travelled DJ with 4-8 year stints starting in 1990 in Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Glastonbury, and New York. has played all up & down the west coast (including San Diego, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Salt Lake City, Lake Tahoe, Reno & Burning Man Festival) as well as all over Europe (including Love Parade, Germany, France, Greece, Italy, Spain, Norway & Holland) As well as the UK festival circuit.including the Big Chill festival, Glastonbury festival and many others, too many to list !!! Now resides in upstate NY (near Woodstock, NY) Always available to DJ anywhere in the world !! Loves to play combinations of Breakbeats, Techno, House, Lounge/Chillout, Funky Beats, Mashups, Covers, Triphop, Hiphop, World, Tribal & Sampled Beats.
Friday, June 15, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with guest Mojo on Friday, June 15, 2012.
More info at www.plasticgroove.com
“Mojo first made an appearance on Riders of the Plastic Groove all the way back in 1993.
With a diverse taste in music, Mojo is just as comfortable spinning deep house as he is drum & bass, breaks or downtempo. A veteran of the Los Angeles electronic music scene, Mojo got his start back in 1992, at the height of the techno explosion, spinning at the legendary What? Afterhours. Shortly thereafter, he was invited to join the Insomniac roster playing at the Friday weekly as well as some of Insomniac’s first massives including Organic ’96 and the first two Nocturnal Wonderland events.
Known for its friendly and positive vibe, F.A.M.I.L.Y. started in 1994 and Mojo was one of the original residents, serving up a blend of breaks, progressive house and the occasional trip hop set. Performances at this well-loved monthly paved the way for steady bookings throughout the 90s, in Southern California and beyond.
A self-imposed hiatus in 2000 allowed Mojo to focus on furthering his education as well as to begin exploring his life-long ambition of music production. With several remixes and original releases out on Cold Busted and Journees Music, Mojo is pursuing the production side full throttle. And while production and remixing absorbs most of his musical focus, dropping eclectic mixes is still very much on the agenda.”
Mojo’s web page:
Friday, June 8, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with guest Ron D Core on Friday, 06/08/2012.
Spinning records since 1985, Co-Owner & Founder of Dr. Freecloud’s Mixing Lab since 1994. Owner and creator of Atomic Hardcore Recordings + Oblivion Records (California’s first Hardcore record labels). Ron has recorded and been featured on many Hardcore and non—Hardcore from all over the world including: Atomic Hardcore Recordings (Costa Mesa), Industrial Strength (New York), Head Fuck (Italy), Epileptik (France), UC Music (Chicago), V-Wax (Los Angeles), Swell (Arizona) & most recently the Dr. Freecloud label. Throughout the years of Ron D Core’s DJ career he’s thrown a lot of events (large and small), and always memorable such as Dr. Freecloud’s Psychedelic Drugstore (Halloween Rave in Santa Ana 1990) + Hot Lemonade (an Acid House event in Downtown Los Angeles 1989) + No—Doz (a weekly afterhours in Los Angeles 1992—1993) + Funny Farm (a hardcore weekly in Orange County 1993—1994) + Plazma (a Hardcore weekly in Fullerton’s Digital Kilinik 1997) + Operation 1 & Operation 2 (Large scale events celebrating Dr. Freecloud’s B—Days) + Funky Shit Happens! (Large Rave @ Orange Show in San Bernadino) + Blitzkrieg (Mega—Outdoor Desert Festival) Hardcore vs. House party + Megablast (all Hardcore event @ The Glasshouse in Pomona) & co—Promoted with Sid P.W.L.Y. + 13 (all Hardcore event in Pomona) thrown on the 13th of any given month.
Ron has played at some of the largest and most memorable events in the world such as: Electric Daisy Carnival + Nocturnal Wonderland + Smoke Out + Circa + Together As One + Monster Massive + Bassrush + Pyrotechnodiscoworks + Audiotistic + Opium + Willie Wonka + Alice’s House + Stranger Than Fiction (L.A.’s first Massive 1990 @ The Shrine Auditorium) + Narnia + Future World + Aphrodite’s Temple + Shiva’s Erotic Banquet + Cyberslam & too many others to mention & played for crowds up to 50,000 people. Ron has played with some of the biggest names in the business such as: Speed Freak + Lenny Dee + DJ Producer + Juan Atkins + J. Saul Kane (Depth Charge) + Rob Gee + Neophyte + DJ Paul + Babu (Beat Junkies) + DJ Dan + Doc Martin + Manu Le Malin and loads of others. Some of the articles and interviews Ron has been featured in are: Urb Magazine + Entrepeneur + OC Weekly + XLR8R + DJ Times + Daily Pilot + Yellow Rat Bastard + Thunder Magazine (Thunderdome Holland) + L.A. Weekly + Club Life + Tribe + Free Bass + Fix Magazine + Rave (Porn Magaine) + Culture and more… Ron has been featured in a Movie Documentary about the rave scene and it’s history called “Better living Through Circuitry,” & the book called “Generation Exstacy,”. Ron is continuosly working hard in the Electronic Music scene Recording DJ’ing and Promoting the Hardcore he love’s and supports. Keeping Dr. Freecloud’s the store and the Vinyl alive is nothing short of dedication to the scene.
Friday, March 30, 2012
Riders of the Plastic Groove with Jamie Thinnes (Seasons Recordings) Friday, March 30, 2012 on 88.9fm KUCI in Irvine, CA.
info at www.plasticgroove.com
Jamie Thinnes info:http://seasonsrecordings.bigcartel.com/
Seasons, and its revered Seasons Ltd. sub-label, have stood the test of time with consistent, quality house music that’s based on an unshakeable foundation of musicality, soulful delivery and infectious grooves.BiographySeasons Recordings was born. Nearing 15 years in existence, with a heavy catalog of class act releases featuring Franck Roger, Olivier Portal, Jon Cutler, Dj Spinna, Anto Vitale, Charles Webster, Boddhi Satva and Jamie himself, to name a few, Seasons has truly evolved into one of the premier house music imprints worldwide. While countless other labels have faded away or tried to re-invent themselves with a new sound every few years, Seasons, and its revered Seasons Ltd. sub-label, have stood the test of time with consistent, quality house music that’s based on an unshakeable foundation of musicality, soulful delivery and infectious grooves.