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Sound Off

This week we are calling it 'Of The Moon' week on Dailey Blend in honor of my good friend. What can I say about 'Of The Moon' aka Rassek. Well, let's start off by saying he taught me how to DJ, next let's move onto he taught me how to make music (I still am so/so) and well he taught me about the groove. Rather than diving into the past...

Often times I meet people while travelling the world, mostly while sitting at a bar eating dinner on a Tuesday, the delta sky club meeting, or just sitting on the plane (fear not I am not the chatty plane guy...

If you are listening to this, then welcome and thanks for joining me on this magical ride! Each episode I will be talking with friends both new and old as I travel the globe. The goal, to meet exciting people, explore what makes them tick, learn more about their interests and the projects they're involved with. I could not be more happy to kick off the podcast series than with my guest David Feldman...

That short yet simple quote best describes our own GREG GURLEY. He is currently hosting his own monthly radio show with Chicago's own Lumpen Radio as well as holding down a bi-monthly residency at Bar DeVille. While the Dailey Blend might be slightly more focused on Atlanta-based projects and events, we wanted to showcase Greg's current projects. Not only because he is a part of the Dailey Blend family, but also because his taste in music is second...

Around six of so years ago, I moved back down to Atlanta for the second time, joining a technology focused consulting firm. It was at that firm where I meet Mr. Nickerson. While John and I were on the same project, we never actually worked together, but always chopped it up in the break-room, at lunch events, and project outings. It was during those conversations, I learned John was a massive...

As many of you know, I love Chicago. While I live in Atlanta and kind of think of NYC as my where I was raised.  Chicago has easily become my favorite place to visit and it is namely because of people like Mr. Feelgood. I was Initially introduced to Greg Feelgood (Gurley) through another one of my buddies also named Greg who at the time I was in town visiting.  Mr. Feelgood recommended...

I love the internet for the simple reason that I have never meet Matt in person but probably have exchanged a couple dozen emails, FB messages, and tweets with him over the years. While I won't go into too much details as to Matt's musical background, I will say that is Human Life project is them JAM, his DJ sets are spots on, and with that said, he is about...

I met Rachel while on a proper drinking season with a few of the lads (did I sound cool and European or just lame?) one random night at my favorite watering hole in Midtown Atlanta, Cypress Street Pint & Plate three or four years ago.  From the moment I met Rachel, I was instantly taken a back by here energy and love of life. While I know this expression is easily  thrown...

As part of the new things going on at The Dailey Blend, 'Sound Off' is our new weekly feature which, highlights one friend, their musical tastes, and so on and so forth. So with that said, I present, Rachel Mills. A bit of background, I met Rachel through a friend of mind three years ago. From the moment you meet Rachel, you can hear the passion she has for music. Since meeting...

As part of the new things going on at The Dailey Blend, 'Set It Off' is our new weekly feature which, highlights one friend, this musical tastes, and so on and so forth. So with that said, I present, Steve Meyer.   A bit of background, I met Steve probably about five years ago when I moved back to Atlanta from New York. Steve is Texas boy, sports fanatic, and a die hard...