The Miss Sayé Show - Electric Violinist & DJ Dave Kim
The Miss Sayé Show
The talented Dave Kim Music joins Miss Saye Yabandeh to talk about his career as an international electric violinist and DJ. Dave has played on stages and in venues around the world, but his life took a scary turn a few years ago when he suffered a stroke. DAVE KIM is an international electric violinist and DJ. He started studying classical piano and violin since the age of 4 and has been playing for 42 years. He was the concert master of his high school orchestra and competed in state solo competitions in Nevada. He moved to the San Francisco Bay Area from Reno/Tahoe during the dot com boom and started collaborating with singer/song writer Chris Clouse at a sushi joint in the Marina District called MasSake. He joined Clouse’s band with Whitesnake bassist Uriah Duffy, drummer Brandon Davis and guitarist Jesse Brewster. They frequented local Bay Area bars such as the Red Devil Lounge, Slims, Bimbos, Tongue and Groove, Sweetwater, American Music Hall, The Viper Room in Los Angeles and the Bitter End in New York. Their first big break was opening for Hootie and The Blowfish at the State Theater in Modesto where they released the album Trace Elements. They also shared the stage with Dishwalla, Marcy Playground, Everclear and Third Eye Blind. They began to collaborate with Bay Area legend DJ Solomon, Dave’s DJ mentor, and took their live act into all of the biggest dance clubs from San Francisco to Las Vegas which landed a them a gig with DJ AM & Travis Barker of Blink 182 at Mezzanine. Dave began his solo career collaborating with Bay Area DJ’s such as Donovan, Hector Garza, Ean Golden, David Carvalho, Zhaldee, E-Rock, Trevor Simpson, and Whitenoize. He has also shared the stage with international DJ’s such as Kaskade, Mark Farina, DJ Dan, Diplo, Double Touch (All Day I Dream), and Steve Aoki.Dave shares his story of healing through music, and even shares some of his talents with us by playing some of his music! Join us for a special musical episode. Follow The Miss Sayé Show Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/themisssayeshowInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/themisssaye...Twitter: https://twitter.com/themisssayeshowLearn more about Dave Kimhttps://www.davekim.com/Visit our website and shop special products this holiday season https://themisssayeshow.com/shop
Bag Manufacturing in Vietnam Design Exchange Podcast Episode 3 is our first episode with two guests while drinking Korean soju. Dave Kim has been working at Korean owned bag factories in Vietnam for more than 15 years. Marc Mendoza is a product designer from Silicon Valley who relocated to Vietnam to start Post Carry, a brand catering to cyclists. Marc's Links: https://postcarry.co/ Instagram: @postcarryco Thomas's Links: https://sefu.jp/ Instagram: @sefustyle This episode is also available on Youtube: https://youtu.be/iUoHJVbqolw Table of Contents: 00:38 - Intro Banter 02:46 - Marc made over 100 bags for friends, why he moved to Vietnam 06:17 - 15 years ago Saigon street coffee was better and people were friendlier 09:58 - Taking taxis vs driving in Saigon 11:14 - Korean Noodles 12:25 - Dave's job: bring design to reality, and bag production at a factory. 19:30 - Tech Packs and Design Documentation - How detailed does it need to be? 25:41 - Advice for New Product Designers 31:06 - Dave's Dream for 1 Million Dollars 33:08 - Feeling Good through Customer Feedback 36:20 - Climbing in Vietnam 38:55 - Vietnam is a "Woman Country" 40:31 - One of the benefits of being a foreigner is anonymity 42:33 - Cheap Smoothies and a Growing Economy drew Thomas to Vietnam 47:51 - The Number One Thing Thomas Doesn't Like About Vietnam. 51:39 - Driving a Motorbike in Vietnam 57:23 - Marc rode his bicycle 80km to the factory. 01:00:40 - Marc Wants to be in Vietnam 01:01:39 - Thomas lost meaning after separation from his son and seeks calmness and connection with his son in Japan. 01:04:08 - Columbus Ohio is becoming more attractive to Thomas. 01:06:49 - Silicon Valley vs Vietnam according to Marc Mendoza 01:08:09 - Our Favorite Viet Foods Hashtags: #bag #design #manufacturing #madeinvietnam #vietnam #saigon #podcast #designexchange #dxp #postcarry #sefu Sponsors: This episode is brought to you by Séfu, creators of The Switch Bag, the bag that lets you bring your Nintendo Switch with you, everywhere you go! Use code DXP for free shipping and a 15% discount! This episode is also made possible by Pinecast. After weeks of evaluating podcast hosts, we decided to go with Pinecast because you can get unlimited episodes, storage, and bandwidth for only $5 per month. That's a great value and if you use coupon code r-4b5077 you'll get 40% off for 4 months!
It's Monday, August 5th, 2013, welcome to the INSERT Podcast. I'm happy to bring you part 2 of a special 2 part INSERT Podcast. For part 1 of this episode we have a returning guest, Mr. Dave Kim, in the mix. Dave has put together a great deep house set for you all this episode. He's been quite busy on the DJ front playing recent events for SOUP NYC as well as pushing his own monthly mix series Cheap Thrills. Check him out on soundcloud and resident advisor for his latest mixes and upcoming gigs. Please Enjoy!Tracklist:1. Vayly - Fawn2. Ejeca - Rosario3. Pirupa - The Base (Nice7 Remix)4. Anja Schneider - Diagonal5. Betoko, Fritz Helder, Louie Fresco - Late At Night6. John Barber - Days Without Freedom7. Louie Fresco - My Ghost8. Buraq - Emergence9. Art Department - Robot Heart (Jon Charnis, Lovecraft, Prab K Remix)10. Mind Against - Atlant
Welcome to the INSERT Podcast, it's Monday November 7th. It's my pleasure to have fellow born and bred New Yorkers Dave Kim and Danny Stroh for you in the mix. Dave and Danny whipped up a deep house sizzler. It's a great mix, and a great ride, so enjoy. Dave and Danny will also be the special guests of the 2nd edition of Comfortably Lost this Thursday November 10th. For more info visit www.insertdrg.com and www.residentadvisor.net.Track List:1. Tanner Ross and Soul Clap - Miami Shores2. MANIK - Alwayz3. Danial Dexter and Nhan Solo - Our Thang4. Maceo Plex - Can't Leave You (Tale of Us Remix)5. Solomun - See You Everyday Alone6. Steve Bug - Do It Right7. Hot Since 82 - Let it Ride8. Miguel Campbell - Something Special9. Argenis Brito - Space Ballad (Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs 'Sings' Remix)10. Simon Baker - Grey Area (Steve Bug Remix)11. Combo - So Real (Huxley Remix)12. Maya Jane Coles - Get Away (Subb-an Deeper Remix)13. PillowTalk - Soft (Life and Death Remix)