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From The Digital Sweatshop
The Music, Art and Travels of Alan D. Oldham a.k.a. DJ T-1000.

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Saturday, October 07, 2006

I had a really creative couple of weeks. Just locked myself in the studio. Four pages into the new Johnny Gambit comic (five if you count the cover), and did another new track for the trip-hop project. Funky as hell. I'm really into the slow stuff now. It's pure sex. You can do so much more with it than techno (although I still like to play techno out to the right crowds). Wait 'till you hear it, it's gonna blow your mind.

Haven't watched too much TV or seen any good DVDs lately as I've been locked in the studio making my own entertainment.

It's that time of year again. Getting ready for the European DJ tour, dates to your left. Really looking forward to destroying some shit in Deutschland. God, I love it there. You just don't know. Berlin saves my life.

Bought some great new records at Groove Distribution's moving sale last week. Imports were $3.00 a piece, can't beat that.

And Markantonio from Analytic Trail sent some new promos to my Berlin address. I love his shit, that funky, clubby Naples sound. Always kills a dancefloor. I can't wait to play the shit out. I haven't heard too much from him since minimal took over.

"Slices," the DVD magazine of electronic music, is doing a feature on me. I'm really excited about it. We're filming in Berlin later this month. My artwork will be featured heavily as well! I can't wait. I'm ready for my close-up.

And my next art show/opening will be in December here in Chicago at No Friction Cafe in Bucktown. Details TBA.

Thanks to everyone who bought a copy of "The Art of Transformation!" It's not even really in stores yet so it's good to see it selling. I appreciate the worldwide support! Listen and buy below.

Lastly, for those of you wanting a set from me, a full four-hour set I played in Detroit back in July is now up HERE. It was a real fun evening, got to play a whole bunch of different stuff. Listen and enjoy.

-AO :: 3:26 PM ::

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