DJ Abraham Lincoln was raised to know the value of a good contradiction. He is a heckuva fast selector, but insists that postmodernism is a crutch of the undereducated. Culturally viable in its own right, DJAL's inner hand has written for Wired, the Baffler, the 5th Trouser Press Guide to Records, and Her Royal Highness' Commission on Electoral Reform (Canada, 1992).

References and discography available on request.

Wake-up Call
Nasty Habits
Number One With A Hail of Bullets