DJCyberPhilosophy Week 3

Hello and welcome to another edition of DJCyberPhilosphy, where we talk about life, music , death and things of that nature. In this weeks edition: what is life going to be like after the pandemic recedes?

It’s been over a year with this pandemic and it probably won’t be going away soon. So what will life be like after this is all over. Most likely it will be similar to the flu season. Every year you’ll have to get a vaccine shot. But as people build up their immune systems they will begin to have greater strength to combat this. So life will be almost normal. But with almost two years of this kind of lifestyle, less commuting to work and having a mobile office, this will probably be the norm.

Less working at crowded offices means less chance of getting sick from other people. At you home office you’re responsible for taking care of yourself. You are more likely to be healthier.

Just before moving on. A quick word about vaccines. Are good for you? Do they have side effects? All vaccines have to potential to be effective and they also can have side effects. It all depends on individual health status. So before getting any vaccine check with you family doctor to make sure that you get the best information and which vaccine to get (if you have a choice on which vaccine). Vaccines saves lives.

Back to life after the pandemic. You now may have a lot clearer view on what is important in your life and you should focus on that. Having a focus will get you through the most difficult times. Through this pandemic my focus has been to create great music to warm the hearts of dancers around the world and that has kept me going. I have now created more tracks than the past three years combined.

So keep your mind focused and you shall survive. No not just survive but thrive.

That’s it for this week, as always stay safe stay cool. And now stay Focused.

DJCyberPhilosophy Week 2

Welcome to a second week of DJCyberPhilosphy, where we talk about life, love music and anything that can influence your decisions in life. In this week’s edition: music transcends language.

In different cultures around the world there is music that is unique to that particular culture. Like all languages it is hard for people not of that culture to “speak it”. Why? It is because the culture has its own beat, its own intricacies in melody and rhythm. And like languages it will take time to learn the vocabulary and grammar as you will. But unlike watching a foreign language film you do not need to have subtitles to understand what the musician is trying to convey.

Music therefore transcends the language barrier. Music deals in emotions and emotions are the vocabulary of all artists be musician or otherwise. Many of us forget the emotion we are trying to convey when writing music and like teaching language by teaching just grammar, communication is all but lost.

The emotion is the basis of all communications. Be it wanting to connect with others because of our loneliness, wanting to spread the joy we have in our hearts, or just extending a hand in friendship, it all extends from our emotions.

Remember to use your emotions wisely, let them be a guide for your actions not to lead you actions. Allow the emotions in music to move you into the light. That is how I write my music, this is what guides me in my quest for emotional freedom.

That is it for this week and until next time stay safe, stay cool, and bye for now.

My latest track In Anticipation out now on Apple Music, Spotify, Soundcloud, and other streaming services.

You can make your holidays completely techno with Techno Club

One of the best adaptations to this year’s adverse conditions – of course – came from the Detroit scene. Techno Club responds to everything wrong with streaming, and if you’ve got some days off and want to bring quality club music home, here’s your shot.

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This Japanese band uses instruments made from retired consumer electronics

Electronicos Fantasticos! is a Japanese band that makes and plays instruments made from "various retired consumer electronics such as Electric Fan Harp, CRT-TV Drums, Air Conditioner Harp, etc."

[Thanks, Jane!]

Crying Out

Last Monday a new release by DJCybertsai came out on It is a trance track that visualises the anguish that one has and how it is relieved by crying out.

It is a journey I have had to face as the past couple of months have been harrowing and downright miserable. I have had bouts of sadness, mood swings and came to within an inch of a full on panic attack. I have always kept this under my skin never letting it out or keeping it from getting things finished. But I have come close to giving it all away. Yet after writing this track, I have regained some of the momentum that has been with me the last couple of years.

So if you are suffering now or a little down have a listen to this track and you should be able to rid yourself of most of the demons that are haunting you.

Hope you have enjoyed this journey into the making of this track and that it inspires you to stand back up and fight to live again. So until next time, Stay Safe, Stay Cool and bye for now.

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Album Art © 2020 Photism Japan