Tuesday, March 30, 2010

New Mix Released@!

Been a while? Yes, yes it has.

   The Funky Reggae Dub Jam by DJ Anderson

Hope you like it!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

March 17, St. Paddy's Day, Yacht Club, Iowa City, IA - laptop DJ set (reggae/funk/ :-)

April 20, 4:20, The Industry, Iowa City, IA - laptop DJ set (reggae/4:20 sound collage)

I'll try to release a preview mix soon, but will record both shows either way...


Monday, October 27, 2008

Well, it's been months since I've posted, been real busy not being busy :-).
I'll get the gigs list updated soon, but in general I've just been playing Friday nights at The Basement. My 1-year-anniversary there will be happening next month, and I'm currently in the planning stages for not only a party but also a mix CD to celebrate.

More news/updates soon I promise!

Sunday, July 6, 2008

DJing has been going well - 2 great parties in the past 2 weekends:
Spy Vs. Spy was fantastic, for more information go to my other blog. Also DJed a party for July 4th, Mad Cow was the theme. Lots of dancing and drinking :-).
DJing this Friday, per usual, at The Basement in PNU - hope to see you there!


Monday, June 23, 2008

Just been DJing at The Basement, past few gigs have gone quite well - had a nice drum n bass session two weeks ago. Spending most of my time promoting the Spy Vs. Spy party - should be a pretty huge party, we're hoping for well over 100 people. In addition to the raffle, we're having a date auction, an awards show, and some small games. Going to be a long, busy night, but hopefully one that raises a lot of money for charity!

Will post much more news after this weekend, when I can relax for a bit :-)


Wednesday, May 28, 2008


Still been on the weekly grind at The Basement, but I'm now finished at Neo. The Basement gigs have been going well, lots of late night fun. All the gigs you missed hearing about (haha) have been added to the gig list.
Upcoming Saturdays will be spent planning and promoting a massive upcoming party for charity, Spy Vs. Spy. Here's the press release for the party:


Fabric: Kyungsung. Saturday, June 28.

Either you attended the Busan Beer Olympics, or you simply heard about it afterwards.

The same party people bring you: Spy Vs. Spy.

Wear black. Or wear white. But definitely wear sunglasses.

To celebrate the conclusion of Busan Assassin, an awards show/party/final fundraiser event is being held at Club Fabric, near Kyungsung University.

This is the 2nd charitable party to raise money for the Sung Ae Won Home for Children.

Just like Busan Assassin, it is guaranteed to be bigger and better than the Busan Beer Olympics.

It will be another party to remember, no matter how many beers you drink.

Save the orphans. Become a spy.

Spy Vs. Spy: June 28. Fabric: Kyungsung.


What's Busan Assassin you might ask? Keep reading:


Foreigners "Kill" For Charity

At the end of June, the Busan streets will be filled with crazed foreigners, set on vengeance at all costs. Secretive assassins will roam the city, searching for their next hit without remorse. Fortunately, it won't be blood that will be spilt, but water!

To raise money for a local orphanage, the Sung Ae Won Home for Children, a unique event has been organized. "Busan Assassin" will run from June 18 to June 28, culminating in an awards show/party/final fundraiser event at Fabric, located in Kyungsung.

The object of the game is simple, kill or be killed, using water pistols as the primary weapon. Each participant will be given the name of their single target, as well as information regarding their whereabouts. They will then have to track them down, and slay them using their water pistol. Once accomplished they'll inherit their initial target's would-be victim, and the game continues until a final champion emerges. There will also be a "police force" to regulate the game rules, as well as to pursue slothful assassins. Workplaces (given that most participants will be English teachers) are off limits, and restaurants and bars will be as well, to protect the innocent!

"Busan Assassin" is the second in a series of events aimed to raise funds for the orphanage, while also involving foreigners more directly in the Korean life that all-to-often only exists around them. The first event, "Busan Beer Olympics," was held Saturday, April 5, and raised almost 900,000 won from entry fees, donations, and commemorative t-shirt sales. The second aims to be bigger and better, not only in terms of entertainment (hopefully for spectators as well as participants), but also in regards to the money collected for the orphanage.

For more information, to become a participant, or to make a donation, please contact busanassassin@hotmail.com, or Kevin Manley at 010-3590-3009.


Sunday, March 16, 2008

Something about actually posting every week is proving more difficult than one might think. At least no one's actually reading this thing on a regular basis, so it's only my own miniscule guilt that I have to struggle with.
Another good weekend, a St. Paddy's party on Friday gave things an Irish twist, and the post-Battle of the Bands gig on Saturday at Neo was exciting as well.

Gig #32: Funky Dance Music @ The Basement, PNU, Busan, ROK - 11:?? pm -> 21/03/08
I'm not Fatboy Slim, so it's not "Punk to Funk," but it is everything from hip-hop, to pop, to all types of techno: funky, drum n bass, electro...

Gig #33: Funky Dance Music @ Neo, Haeundae, Busan, ROK - 11:?? pm -> 22/03/08
Should be a fun Saturday - great sound system, dancefloor, and drink special (15,000 = all-you-can-drink)!