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Preacherman

 

DJ Name: Preacherman

 

 

Bio: email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. website: www.yummyummgood.com Took on the DJ bit back in high school playing club music and top 40's, which back in that day was pretty much your standard 80's catalogue. Played my high school as well as three other local high school's with two other friends, a GEMINI Mixer, a pair of Technics, a Carver Amp and two Panasonic Ramsa speakers. I came across 'House Afire' on K-Tel records sometime in 1989 and I easily fell spell to the sounds and the rythms of Soul 2 Soul, Inner City and trax like Yo Yo Get Funky, Voodo Ray and Notice Me. Combining the diverse sounds of house with my childhood influences of latin, disco and jazz; including heavy metal and classic rock and roll, I always knew how to groove.

 

Never really becoming the bibliophile that many in this scene aspire to, I just absorbed sound through countless purchases of CD compilations; my first one being Journeys by DJ Billy Nasty Mix on the MOONSHINE label. From this purchase on I would consume no other music but Electronic in every genre just to explore the range and loose my mind in bliss. Holding the producers and the DJ's in such high regard I felt this to be totally out of range for me to ever do; then I moved to Toronto where all that quickly changed. The DJ community up here was so real that I could reach out and touch it. The year is 2005; not knowing a thing about beat matching and arranging I found myself (embarassing moment) buying Vinyl on line at a shop in the UK. It was not until that first batch of vinyl arrived that I would even think about buying equipment (DOH!).

 

While I have a tremendous amount of respect for the vinyl and its virtuoso's, I had ambitious expectations and I quickly turned in my turntables and went broke investing in a pair of 1000's MK-3. Four years later I have a website highlighting my proudest compilations www.yummyummgood.com. I am active in the DJ community arranging parties, setting up and breaking down equipment and sharing my love for this music in all its forms.

 

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