began DJing Psytrance in 2005. playing this genre in Pittsburgh, where there was no psytrance scene at the time, was going over nicely with the EDM crowd. by late 2008 my flavor in electronic music changed and went more toward the experimental sounds of glitch|IDM|breakcore|noise and it soon became clear that these were not exactly the sounds that crowds wanted to dance to [or they just don't know how to properly glitch-out].. i was more interested in collecting pieces of the jigsaw puzzle than putting it together. so i continued collecting more pieces of puzzle until finally something called "Neurohop" fell into my collection. this genre is a fusion of glitch-hop and neurofunk D'n'B and also gets a lot of influence from psytrance and dubstep. Neurohop became the bread to build my sonic sandwiches upon and i began to again piece together these audio collages we call DJ mixes. i like to share the music i love, but i do spend more time finding than mixing.