Deadmau5 and Foo Fighters?

For months, Foo Fighter fans have been anticipating the release of the bands seventh album, Wasting Light.  Prior to its release, the band documented their pathway of being one of the world top rock bands.  For this album, Foo Fighers recorded their entire album on film and in the  garage of  band member, Dave Foster’s (vocals).  In addition , the band has teamed up with Krist Novoselic, former bass player and co founder of the grunge band Nirvana and friend of fellow Nirvana band members Foster and Pat Smear (guitarist of the Foo Fighters). Among many more surprises, Foo fighters have remixed their first single Rope with House music’s hottest producer and DJ Deadmau5.

Pop and Hip Hop artist such as Britney Spears, Pharrell Williams, Will.I.AM and Akon have each collaborated with some of House musics favorite producers. Their songs are currently number one hits, and have placed electronic dance music back into the airwaves. After hearing the remix Rope, the sound of the electronic guitar with the touch of Deadmau5 synths gave me an adrenaline rush. From start to finish, the song  is wild and eclectic.  If you don’t believe me, check it out yourself!


Podcast on Hip House

This video was a podcast I did on the new subgenre of house called “Hip House.” The program I used to create this podcast was audacity. The way I used the music in this podcast was getting the instrumental version of “One” by Swedish House Mafia and later converting to the the vocal version where singer Pharell finishes the last part of the postcast. I wanted listeners to be able to hear the whole song, but also get an understanding of what “Hip House” is about, which is why I added the vocals to the song.


As I was driving today, I heard this song on Pandora and for the first time I paid attention to the lyrics and absolutely loved them. I’ve heard the song in many mixes as a dance song, but to actually sing and listen to the lyrics was my first today. After a stressful day of work or school, this song can really inspire one to want to “dance.” Continue reading

Top 5 Clubs to Visit in California for House Music

5.  Temple – San Francisco – When first entering this club, it is apparent that dancing is what the venue was designed for.  White granite floors and walls, strobe lights, an upstairs balcony with glass walls set the perfect setting for a house music environment.  This isn’t just a place for house music, the whole interior is just plain classy. Continue reading

ETD POP San Francisco

Its has been confirmed on the official website ( that general admission tickets are sold out for the prices of $40, $50, and $60. Tickets are going to be sold at the door for an admission price of $85. Continue reading

Felix Da Housecat Shakes Ruby Skye

A day after the city enjoyed a dinner of turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, yams, and pies, San Francisco househeads celebrated the holiday by attending the concert of Felix Da Housecat, at Union Squares hottest night club Ruby Skye. Continue reading

LovEvolution Video

 This video you just seen was my documentation of LovEvolution 2009, San Francisco most anticipated parade in the fall. Most of the photos and videos were taken by my Canon digital camera. The crowd view was breathtaking, I was amazed to see how many people came to show their support. By lucky chance, I had the opportunity to dance on the Spundae & Skillz and Ruby Skye float, where some of the top Djs performed. Deadmau5 was one of them, I had the opportunity to see him as he entered the float. I used two of his top tracks “I remember” and “Ghost’n’Stuff ” remix featuring Rob Swire for this video.

The programs I used to make this video was iMovie and Audacity. When I was given this project to make a movie on house, I originally wanted to interview a Dj, but I wanted to contribute this month in the memory of LovEvolutions 2009 and how the cancelation this years event disappointed the millions of fans who attened last years event. This video is proof of how many people support parade and House Music.