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Started playing records on a Fisher-Price when I was three years old (mostly disco and Captain & Tenille 45s, and scratching up my mom's Carpenters LPs). Music stayed with me, and playing it for other people even more so. My first radio show was on WRCT-FM in Pittsburgh in 1993, when I was still a junior in high school. I stayed on there for the next seven years before moving to Brooklyn, where from 2000 through 2003 I did late nights on the venerable WFMU, and started DJing in bars, clubs, and at shows.
I dabbled in writing about music until about 2005, when I joined up with Dusted and began writing exclusively about vinyl releases for something I called Still Single. That's still going today, and a good percentage of what you'll hear on my show comes out of the pile of records I've been sent to review.
The show is called Heathen Disco. Dress to sweat.