Ableton , Alpha Pup and Dubspot. Oh my.
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My plan this summer was to take a break.

But I'm not good at that.

I just finished a free series on Youtube called 30 Days of Ableton Push. Over the course of 30 days I shared what I was learning about a new controller I bought to help me create and perform music in a way that I never have with the software I use, Ableton Live. 

Thankfully, it has been a success. I've learned a lot, not just about this new controller called Push, but creating content, teaching and interacting with an audience. On top of that, I was featured on Ableton's site on Monday regarding my series.

More teaching and music on the way.
In late spring, I started blogging for Dubspot, the premier electronic music and DJ school in the world.

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The collective I'm apart of, Space Circus, released a compilation album earlier this month. Stream it on Spotify or get it on iTunes.
This summer I started interning at Alpha Pup Records and Digital Distribution to learn first-hand how an indie label works. Alpha Pup is the label that has brought us Nosaj Thing, TeamSupreme and handles the digital distribution for Westbound Records (Funkadelic, P-Funk, All Stars, and Ohio Players), Brainfeeder (The Gaslamp Killer, Thundercat, Mono/Poly and Teebs), and Delicious Vinyl (J Dilla, The Pharcyde, Tone Loc, Young MC). I'm learning quite a bit about business and marketing.
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