It’s been a little while since I checked in on DJ Sneak’s mission to free his music from the evil clutches of Traxsource and their white cat stroking founders Marc Pomeroy and Brian Tappert. Infact, my last update was all the way back on August 4th.
At the time, his self-declared mission was going, well, terribly. From a high of 613 tracks in January to a low of 572 in May, the number of tracks at the last update was 596. I think it’s particularly noteworthy to state that Sneak has never referred to this mission once since the day it started.
Having now completed his ladies night successfully – although how many people had the “most erotic outcome” afterwards is not something I dare think about – he can now get back to his once-proclaimed mission. Which is just as well, because it’s still going badly.
As of this morning, DJ Sneak has 595 tracks still online on Traxsource. At this rate, Traxsource Freedom Day is sometime in the later half of 2024.
I thought house gangsters followed up on their promises, Sneak…