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catalyst: fire

on Fri, 12/01/2017 - 13:54

Recorded at a live event. Not my typical deep house; this is full-on techno.

Tracklist at Mixcloud.

catalyst: summer's end

on Mon, 09/19/2016 - 17:15

Recorded live at dogglounge.com on 18 Sept 2016.

Outside the window of my in-home studio the leaves on the trees are starting to turn yellow and fall to the ground. I love summer, but fall in New England is a glorious time. The weather is awesome, the colors of the trees become incredible, and the feeling of holidays approaching is fun. So, seasons move on, and we must live with it. (Though none of this inspired my set – just the set name & artwork ;-)

Trackless either at Mixcloud or Dogglounge.

Startup-palooza

on Wed, 04/01/2015 - 21:45

So, yeah, I like to work helping companies get going.

But I also like to DJ electronic music, and am privileged to get asked to play at various local Boston tech events.

Recently, MassChallenge had an event called Entrepalooza at Royale Boston (one of Boston's oldest & biggest night clubs). I played there.

Here's my set, in case you want to listen. Enjoy!

 

Startapalooza by Dj Shuze on Mixcloud

 
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Lunch Beat Boston #1 is right up my alley

on Wed, 03/06/2013 - 20:04

A couple of months ago, Dimitri Gunn told me about an event blooming around the globe called Lunch Beat, a daytime version of a nighttime club experience.  Dmitri wanted to start the trend in Boston. So he got some help from Hubspot's Rebecca Corliss, snagged the social space at Hack+Reduce, some sponsorship from some vendors, Hubspot, and Atlas Ventures, and held a party today.

Lunch Beat has a few of rules in its Manifesto. Among them:

  1. If it's your first lunch at Lunch Beat, you have to dance.
  2. If it's your second, third, or fourth time at Lunch Beat, you have to dance.
  3. Everybody at Lunch
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dj shuze (DJ name now deprecated): Turkey Podcast

on Mon, 11/28/2011 - 15:20

I took the opportunity of a lazy, day-after-Thanksgiving Friday morning to pull together a few tunes into a new podcast episode.  As usual, it's available on iTunes (the one dated 11/25/11). If you like it, please be sure to rate it in the iTunes store.

It was kind of a low-energy day for me, so the track selection reflects it. They're still deep & bassy, but they're mostly in a minor key, and definitely more introspective than energy-generating. I don't think it edges over into melancholy, but you'd have thought I did this on a cloudy day. (It wasn't; the day was beautiful).

Still, I'm

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