Fyrewolf The Dinosaur

Obligatory promo bio (which may or may not have useful information):
“Tech House and Dinosaurs: a winning combination!”

In 1982, the universe aligned and made the fractal abnormality known as Fyrewolf. Five years later, she discovered that computers had the capacity to make music. She also developed a passion for making mix tapes using an old boom box and a five dollar microphone. Her mother’s tastes ranged from smooth jazz to big hair metal to 80’s new wave. Her father loved the blues, old school country and Bjork. All of these forces combined and turned Fyrewolf into a button pushing, genre bending purveyor of funky beats. Using old techniques, new technology and duct tape, Fyrewolf will inspire movement on the dance floor. Type of movement not guaranteed.
"I am a controller jock and a threading artist. I mostly stick to tech house but I've been known to let the freak flag fly over multiple genres. I started mixing music as a youngster with a Fisher Price tape deck and haven't looked back. I can mix on cardboard and duct tape. My introduction to techno and house music was at a party I went to because the local bowling alley was closed. I mostly mix music for me as a form of therapy. The fact that other people enjoy it too is a huge bonus that makes me smile daily. I've played at fancy shindigs (Fall Into Winter Festival, One Family Gathering) and have opened up for some pretty awesome artists. I've also played in your moms basement. I love what I do but I don't take it too seriously. If you want someone who truly enjoys music to come rock your dance floor, I'm your gal."

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Obligatory promo bio (which may or may not have useful information):
“Tech House and Dinosaurs: a winning combination!”

In 1982, the universe aligned and made the fractal abnormality known as Fyrewolf. Five years later, she discovered that computers had the capacity to make music. She also developed a passion for making mix tapes using an old boom box and a five dollar microphone. Her mother’s tastes ranged from smooth jazz to big hair metal to 80’s new wave. Her father loved the blues, old school country and Bjork. All of these forces combined and turned Fyrewolf into a button pushing, genre bending purveyor of funky beats. Using old techniques, new technology and duct tape, Fyrewolf will inspire movement on the dance floor. Type of movement not guaranteed.
"I am a controller jock and a threading artist. I mostly stick to tech house but I've been known to let the freak flag fly over multiple genres. I started mixing music as a youngster with a Fisher Price tape deck and haven't looked back. I can mix on cardboard and duct tape. My introduction to techno and house music was at a party I went to because the local bowling alley was closed. I mostly mix music for me as a form of therapy. The fact that other people enjoy it too is a huge bonus that makes me smile daily. I've played at fancy shindigs (Fall Into Winter Festival, One Family Gathering) and have opened up for some pretty awesome artists. I've also played in your moms basement. I love what I do but I don't take it too seriously. If you want someone who truly enjoys music to come rock your dance floor, I'm your gal."

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