Where Are You From?


#207

besides the typical struggle of yuppie gentrification and a narrow creative job market (unless y’all are relatives), it’s just slow country living here.

I’m considering expanding on the experiences I had in ATL hosting illegal warehouse raves and stuff to get Chattanooga a little more interesting, but since I’m not in college here it’s hard to connect above the “diy house party” level. Or festival wooks.

Maybe after the holidays I’ll stumble upon something but it’s the 3rd time I’ve beem back home in a few years hah


#208

man, I hope so. i’m trying to take in everything I can while I’m there, not to mention make some great music while i’m there. any advice on trying to get involved in the scene there?


#209

The scene in Beijing? I’m not too sure haven’t lived there for a long while and things change quickly.

a good friend runs a bass music label called Unchained based in Shenzhen/HK. they are starting to make moves around China and greater asia. you can look them up on social media. also make sure to get wechat or whatever’s the latest Chinese social media too.

safe travels!


#210

Oslo, Norway here.

The scene here is small but quite good. We get a lot of great international dj’s even though it’s quite a small city, and the local scene is getting really good, and that’s always interesting. Hope to see more Norwegians here eventually. I’ll spread the word!


#211

Unchained is sick! My bud Sinistarr has a release with them, they’re putting out some very strong releases as of late.


#212

glasgow, scotland

not much of a music scene here by the looks of things…


#213

Sub Club? LuckyMe? idk man seems like Glasgow’s popping off quite a bit