“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa talks with DJ Max Vangeli about moving to the San Francisco Bay Area from Moldova at age 12, learning English, the secrets of how to succeed as an economics major at UCSB, stories of the old-school UCSB econ professor Crouch, the beauty of living in the US, how Max got started DJing, a quick history of EDM, working with Steve Angello from Swedish House Mafia and Size Records, DJing around the world, the difference between producing and DJing in today’s music world, being a resident DJ at the Wynn in Vegas, the deal with celebrity DJs, the makings of a good electronic music track, mosh pit experiences and rules, rock influence, stories of traveling businessmen, traveling for 4 months straight with flights every day, how taking finals and getting good grades prepare you for real life, the importance of a good work ethic, partying really hard in college while getting amazing grades, living large on a college student budget, how to think about yourself and your career when you’re first starting out and people tell you that you suck, and what comes after DJing.
Song from this episode:
“Last Night Changed It All” by Max Vangeli. Buy it now on iTunes!
Check out Max’s YouTube channel to learn more about him and his music.
The 20-Something Life airs on Tuesdays from noon-1pm in Winter 2014 on 91.9 FM KCSB in Santa Barbara and kcsb.org. This is the LAST show of Season 2, but listen to past episodes on 20somethingliferadio.com. Thanks for listening!!!
I’m going on vacation for two weeks BUT “The 20-Something Life” will still have new episodes! Tune in to www.kcsb.org LIVE on Tuesdays from 9-10am California time to listen in! Listening live is cool for a lot of reasons but especially because you get to hear the music that I play during the breaks, which is specially selected to be linked with the guests and the content of the show. If you can’t tune in, I’ll have the episodes ready for you to stream RIGHT HERE on 20somethingliferadio.com when I return!
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“The 20-Something Life” is the radio show that gives stories and advice for twenty-first century twenty-somethings. This week, host Colenn Berracasa talks with army veteran Drew Railsback about why he went into the military, how he chose his job as a military police officer, new and old school views on the military, being pro-peace, rumors about the military, why people join the military these days, passion and drive, having religious and political views outside of the norm for the military, how world views change when living in other countries, serving at Yongsan in Korea, the unique difficulties and challenges of being in a combat versus peace zone, the day-to-day life of a military police officer, suicide in the military, serving in Iraq, tearing an ACL and not realizing it for months, the National Guard, life as a veteran, Facebook, Google, the importance of people knowing about the bad sides of war too, the therapeutic aspects of MMA training, odd jobs, working in the psych ward of a hospital, and a plea to the people of the world.
The 20-Something Life airs on Tuesdays from 9-10am during Summer 2013 on 91.9 FM KCSB in Santa Barbara and kcsb.org. Listen to past episodes on 20somethingliferadio.com.