How did you decide on your DJ name? What's your real name?
As the Rapture say, "People don't dance no more, they just stand there like this" - how often do you encounter this?
You say "as a dancer" - do you mean in clubs as a patron - or do/have you taken dance classes?
How do you feel about requests?
Do you have a story about a particular request or requester?
Why do you say that about the track "Hava Nagila?"
How often do you DJ weddings?
Do you DJ full time? / What do you do outside of DJing?
You and The Incredible Kid both work at Powell's - do you ever overdose on each other's company? How long have you both worked there? How did you originally meet?
Where can we find you?
How'd you get your current main gig?
How did E3 come to join the Atlas stable?
What's the average attendance for Atlas? Summer versus winter?
Do you feel like Portland is more about live bands than DJs?
Do you think it will change?
How long have you been spinning?
What drew you to DJing originally?
What are your thoughts on vinyl vs CDs vs laptops?
So I take it you DJ exclusively via CDs?
What songs will we find ourselves dancing to with you?
How would you describe yourself in five words or less - complete sentence or not:
How do you describe the genre you play?
Have you heard of Juke music? I interviewed Hot Chip a bit back and one had picked up some Juke records in Chicago and was comparing it to bassline garage stuff coming out of the UK.
Who are your other favorite Portland DJs?
ou can next catch DJ Anjali this coming Saturday, August 23rd for Zaytoon's third anniversary at 2236 NE Alberta from 9pm-1am.
Photo care of DJ Anjali Myspace