What an honor and pleasure it was to rock with @therealdjapollo @111minnagallery SF last night. Here’s the backstory: When I first started DJing in around ‘95, I lived in Western Mass. There were very few DJs around there that I knew, but some of the only DJs that I DID know came back from NYC with a VHS tape of this movie “Battle Sounds”. It was the first documentary about scratch and battle DJs, and a precursor to the movie “Scratch”. When I watched it, one of the things that most stood out was this guy Apollo describing how the Invisible Skratch Piklz came to be. He was describing @mixmastermike and @djqbert scratching, and going back and forth. “Q-Bert was all fr-fresh fresh, fa fa fa fa fa fa fresh, and then Mixmaster Mike was all Fresh fresh fresh fa fa fa fresh fresh fresh”. The way he described this musical meeting of the minds just always stuck with me. Later on, I met and became friends with John Carluccio (the director of the movie) and @brolicarm (Rob Swift) who was in the film. Then last night, I got to share the turntables with Apollo, and that is how things in my life often come full circle. These are my blessings. Big huge large ups to @franboogie and @randallrufino for making this happen, and to @roycerufino and @djmeilwun for assisting in the rock-shocking of things.