I got into dee-jaying around 1979 after surrounding myself in the New York underground music scene.
After witnessing what would later become a cultural evolution called Hip Hop, I started spinning records at house parties. Relocating to LA I quickly immersed myself in the underground club-mixing scene. After a good hard listen I determined mixing records was not my thing, yet I did have skills as a music programmer. I decided to focus more on selecting music, opposed to trying to mix it.
After years in recording engineering schools, I began working as a live engineer doing mostly live bands in clubs & music videos. With a wide rang of musical tastes; I feel that most of the artists receiving airplay on commercial radio are unappreciative of the airplay & the awards that usually accompany heavy rotated music over the airwaves.
The focal point of my station is to attempt having a wide assortment of music heard by a large amount of people with an ear and appreciation of music, and support the underground artist as well as the true musically talented artists that do not receive airplay. 音乐时髦