I started promoting and DJing g/i in 1995 when I founded Razor Productions, and ran an all ages club night called the Razor-- at a time in Indy when there was nothing else like it going on. I made sure to host a live act at least once a month. Bands that played the Razor include Assemblage 23 (their first ever live show), Eva O, Sunshine Blind, Acumen, Virus 23, Deep Eynde, 29 Died, Sphere Laza, Manhole Vortex, and more. In 1997, I joined with long time Indy dance club promoter, Coppertop, and started new nights around town, both all ages and in bars-- with the Asylum at the Melody Inn being our anchor. Bands we booked under the B.O.G. Productions moniker includes Razed In Black, Cruxshadows, Hate Department, Attrition, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, the Last Dance, Rachaels' Surrender, Inertia, Project X, My Scarlet Life, The Electric Hellfire Club, Razor Skyline, Apocalypse Theater, Bella Morte, and many more. In 2000 I went back to school, and upon graduation focused more of my entergies in a career as a progressive political activist, using my skills gained as a promoter to try to make my community a better place. I still DJ a couple times a year, and enjoy hitting the club nights and concerts as often as I can.
progressive politics, big cities, linux, literature, theater, traveling, philosophy, humanistic and Jungian psychology, fencing, medieval reenactment, and dancing.
right wingnuts, closed minded people.
goth, industrial, ebm, elektro, powernoise, noise-beat, darkwave, coldwave, new wave, new romantic futurepop, synthpop, post-punk, death-punk, indie, electro-clash/pop, apocalyptic folk, ethereal, world, trip-hop, downtempo, hard house, progressive trance