Four Questions with Deeflash

Deeflash is a music producer/DJ from Poughkeepsie, NY. In 2004, he took his top passions and fused them together – knowing the results would be something New York had never heard before. He is regionally known for DJing at youth groups, concerts, cafes and clubs, and DJing alongside internationally-known artists (Greg “Stryke” Chin, Tim Richards, Joel Armstrong) at Cornerstone Festival in Illinois. In the studio, he produces tech and progressive house.

How long have you been a member of Tastyfresh?

I have been a member of Tastyfresh since 2004.

What first intrigued you about it?

I was searching for Christian Dance music, and was surprised to find that there was a whole community dedicated to finding, producing, and supporting dance music and the stuff coming out from the members was very good quality.  What was most interesting to me was the diversity of the members, in one community there were ravers, DJs, producers, promoters, pastors, worship leaders, and people who just liked dance music.

What have you learned from the site?

When I first found Tastyfresh, my only involvement with music was playing keyboards at my church.  With the support of the members of Tastyfresh, I learned to DJ, produce my own music, release on multiple labels, and then start a label with Dave Richards and Kevin Oneel.

Where do you see the site going in the next few years?

I see it staying the best site for those looking to learn how to get involved in the electronic music culture and a key place to network and learn from people who have been involved in the industry for many years.  Tastyfresh is a community full of people who are at all different levels of expertise and experience and looking to help each other.

Dave Richards has been producing a mixture of tribal, tech and progressive music for about ten years now. He has had releases on Next Dimension Music, PWM Records, Deeplife Records and more. In 2002, he became the owner of Tastyfresh.com and since then has developed the site’s name and favorable reputation across both the Christian and secular scenes. Currently, Dave works as the label manager with his partner in crime Kevin Oneel at MK837. World domination through “Jelly Doughnut” diplomacy is sure to follow.

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