When I learned two weeks ago that John Digweed was coming to Taiwan, I knew that I would go see him. Sasha and Digweed were some of my favorite DJs back in the day, before I started spinning some hard techno myself. Still, even if Digweed doesn’t rock my boat anymore, since it was on the weekend and it was progressive house, and I knew that it would densely packed with girls, I took a co-worker and we jumped onto the Bedrock bandwagon. The event was scheduled to start at 9PM, so we took our time and wandered around in Xinyi. We had some drinks and food before making our way to the club. I couldn’t find out much information about Club Myst, but from what I did, it was on the top floor of some building. I knew it would be a less underground event than last week at The Wall.
Photo by Chriscom.
I used to be a part-time journalist for radio and print media. I started back in 1998 and quickly got interested in the night life scene. At the time, I was also starting to be a DJ so the two interests coincided.
I had pretty much made friends with all of the production companies of events in Quebec. Towards the end of this period in my life, I was working for them, ferrying around international DJs from the Montreal airport and such.