DJ Rousseau

Long time DJ from the Triangle, Rousseau started DJing at WKNC-FM 88.1. He found other fellow-minded DJs at the station and together they created Afterhours, one of North Carolina's longest running electronic music program airing Monday-Thursdays 8pm-12midnight since 1994.
During this time he met many new friends and went to Raleigh places like the Fallout Shelter (since '91), the 5-0, ACC Tavern, MARZ, Gotham, and the New Bar. In addition, he and his friends threw many free outdoor parties. He also made numerous road trips to parties up and down the East Coast from Boston to WMC in Miami to Twilo in NYC, Ultraworld/Buzz/Fever in DC/Baltimore. Rousseau met up with Pickering and started the Resonance Project producing two CDs of local electronic artists. They also had a weekly internet radio program going for a while too.
Eventually this led to Resonance Project providing promotions and DJ services at a nightclub in Chapel Hill called NV. Ironically, Rousseau had trained under another WKNC radio DJ named Dave Brock who called his radio show NV. The club NV brought in many famous DJs, such as Scott Henry, Feelgood, East Coast Boogiemen, Sean Cusick, DJ Three, and Alex Whalen and Sean Ryan from Yoshitoshi/Deep Dish and many many more.
The club changed hands and Resonance Project had reached a new chapter with its members going various ways. Rousseau then DJ'd at Ringside in Durham and Cafe Cyclo in Raleigh, after which, he had a year DJ residency at a club called Kulture (www.kulture.us), before it too changed hands and closed.
If you are looking for that old-school rave/techno/trance/house sound, then he is it.
Here are some of his past mixes on Soundcloud:
http://soundcloud.com/dj-rousseau/