Nick Holder, owner of Toronto's DNH Records and Treehouse Records, is an underground house music producer.
Holder's recording work spans house sounds through to disco loops and minimal Chicago style.
The 2 dubs at the end were not very necessary, since they are more or less the same versions as the previous mixes, with less vocals.
Live and direct with another monday live stream, this time with our very own Oberman also known as the Nous'klaer Audio head master and Fabiano.
"No More Dating DJs" is offered in two different versions, uncensored.
The ten songs (including a couple of minute long interludes) comprising Blue Period are as one might guess a sizeable progression from the Ramblers jangly jewel, the aforementioned "Trains," though "Grains of Sand" revists that Mersey terrain with retro-fitted inflections of steel guitar.
Over the course of a dozen studio albums and many live tours, Key and Ogre have been the only constant members.
Other members have included Dwayne Goettel (1986–1995), Dave "Rave" Ogilvie (long-time associate, producer, and "unofficial" fourth member until 1995), Mark Walk (2003–present), and a number of guests, including Bill Leeb (1985–1986, under the pseudonym Wilhelm Schroeder), Al Jourgensen (1989), and many others.
Over the course of several tours of North America and Europe in this period, they became known for theatrical, horror-themed live performances and videos, drawing attention to issues such as chemical warfare and animal testing.
In 1993, Skinny Puppy left Nettwerk and long-time producer Rave, signing with American Recordings and relocating to Malibu, California, where drug problems and tension between band members plagued the recording of their next album, The Process.