Spike Heart has a love in his soul for all things music and night life. He spent his teenage years as a "Gother" spending thousands of hours listening to music to escape realities of a harsh world he never really felt a part of. When Spike walked into that first dirty warehouse and discovered dance music on August 19th, 2000, DJing and dance music became his passion. It was good times but when 2007 rolled around, Spike felt like something had changed and felt he as unable to keep up with all the amazing talent in his scene. He decided it just was not going to happen for him and called it quits. After a 7 year hiatus from DJing, he picked it back up when in 2014 and being in the right place at the right time, got him a job for a mobile DJ company. This enabled him. It also opened a few doors he so desperately needed to be open and after 5 years, Spike was ready to hit the scene again. He could read crowds, not be nervous with hundreds of people looking at him, learned leveling, and he was taught how to have an extra edge in professionalism. With DJing also going digital, he could afford an arsenal of tracks at his disposal to practice with and have ready for any situation on the dance floor. He is able to pick up any genre he chooses and create output. He was ready! Not only did he miss the music, and the vibe so much, he missed his friends as well. At this point, they were all stoked to have him back. Now was Spike's time to shine! However, circumstances proved club life would not be in the cards at this time either. Personal issues keep Spike home most night's and he is not able to make it out as much as one would need to be to pursue a DJ career. With management being extremely tied up in our personal lives and other business ventures, on top of doing a website reboot and losing all all our content, we have decided to hand the keys over to Spike, making him Talent Manager and Staff Writer to breath some life back into this station. Spike will be able to connect to the underground, the music, and nightlife, being apart of the things he loves, all while being able to stay close to home where he is needed as much as possible.