As promised, here’s the audio recording of my DJ set from Saturday at BURN2 “The Multiverse”. There weren’t as many people this time, compared to my previous appearance at BURN2 VRC at the end of August, but the upside was that I could actually type in chat without horrible lag! 😛Continue reading “Spiffy’s DJ Set @ BURN2 “The Multiverse””
Just a reminder that I’ll be DJ-ing today at BURN2 “The Multiverse” in Second Life, from 12pm to 2pm SLT (8pm to 10pm UK time).
Here is the link to the landing point if you’re in-world. Be advised that it could get very busy, so remove any scripted attachments, HUDs or other items that you don’t need before arrival.
If you can’t make it, you can tune in to my DJ stream here. I will also be streaming to Gorean Whip Radio, but as I’ll be squeezing in between two other shows there you might miss the start of my set. Never fear if you can’t listen live, I’ll be recording my show and posting it here tomorrow, along with tracklisting. 🙂
Apologies for the radio silence of late — I’ve not been as active in Second Life, but that is going to change over the next few weeks.Continue reading “I’m going to be at BURN2 “The Multiverse” Tomorrow!”
As promised, here is the recording of my show from BURN2 which took place yesterday at 12pm SL Time.
I was the first act on after the opening, which was pretty cool. Sadly, I only had one hour to perform this time around, as the Fashionistas were doing their show at 1pm, but I continued broadcasting on Gorean Whip Radio after my set time was up.Continue reading “Spiffy @ BURN2 VRC Week opening – 30/08/2020”
This past Saturday, following my DJ show at Coghaven the previous day, I did a performance at BURN2 in Second Life as part of their Burnstock weekend, which was raising money towards supporting the region and funding their Big Burn in October.
Like many real-world events, the annual Burning Man had to be cancelled due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. But its online arm, BURN2, has been picking up the slack with many virtual events throughout the year.
I’ve been to quite a few BURN2 events in Second Life over the past couple of years, but this was my first time performing there.
The screenshot below shows me at the front of the stage with the crowd dancing on the Playa. Behind me there were lots of stage lights and a big screen, you can make out some of the light beams above me.
The highlight of my show, however, was that I got to introduce these guys to the stage!
If you’ve never heard Goddess Oksana or her band Six Seconds To Russia performing in Second Life, you’re missing out — they’re a full rock back jamming out from a studio in New York, doing covers of rock and pop songs in their own unique style. 🙂 In the photo above, Oksana is flanked by Lars and Tomas. Behind her, Gunter is on the drums, Tatty and Mariko are on keyboards, and Svetlana is on the saxaphone. I go to their shows whenever I can. 🙂
Below is the recording of my set. I went with a mix of techno, house and assorted electronica. It’s a little bit shorter than normal, as I needed to make sure I finished on time, and you’ll hear me hop off stage early so that SSTR could set up their equipment on the stage.
Digeridoo — The Aphex Twin
Clear — Cybotron
Lowride — Autechre
Let’s Get Brutal — Nitro Deluxe
Cobolt — Jeff Mills
Tribal Confusion (Inhalation Mix) — E-Culture
Aftermath — Nightmares On Wax
Time to Find Me (Afx Fast Mix) — Seefeel
Drill — Speedy J
Phlax — Jega
From Beyond — Psyche
Technology — Carl Craig
Think City — Luke Slater
Flash Food — Infiniti
The Warning — Suburban Knight
Operation Costs — Lusine
We Are Back — LFO
You Could Feel The Sky — Boards of Canada
Blade Runner (End Titles) — Vangelis