(image taken from http://www.djkentaro.jp/archives/2013/03/09-000414.html)
Yes, yes, y’all! And you don’t stop! Tonight at 09:30pm, Low End Theory LA brings to you one of the dopest line-ups of independent hip hop music – Blu & Exile, Dumbfoundead, DJ Kentaro and Great Dane. If there’s one way you want to celebrate the end of winter, then it’s got to be at the The Airliner. Come early because it will be packed!!!
If you don’t know what’s up, here are various links to all the artists performing at Low End Theory below:
Posted in dance, events, Music
Tagged 03/13/2013, Blu & Exile, D-Styles, Daddy Kev, Dj Kentaro, EDM, experimental, Great Dane, hip hop, Low End Theory, music, Nocando, The Airliner, underground
Here’s a video of DJ Shiftee showing us what you can do with Native Instruments’ Kontrol Z2 and Maschine when paired together. One word: Ugh!
(image taken from djworx.com)
So this past fall, Native Instruments comes out with their very own controller/mixer called the Kontrol Z2. I didn’t know what to think, but there were a few reviews and a video from DJ Craze that showed what this mixer could do (video below).
But I “still” wasn’t sold on whether is was worth checking out or not. So I saw this video from Ean Golden to see what this mixer could do (video below):
As you can see from Ean Golden’s video, this mixer has a simplistic integrated set up for your Traktor Scratch software (if you are a part of the Traktor Scratch family) and it is affordable. It sort of removes the clutter of having an X1 and Kontrol F1 right off to the side of your turntables. So this product looks like it’s worth checking out to me.
If you need any more info on this product, check out the following links below:
Check out this video from Fuse‘s youtube channel, called “Crate Diggers,” featuring DJ J. Rocc of the World Famous Beat Junkies. Dude got mad vinyl. Dope ish right here.
Posted in dance, Misc, Music, Rants
Tagged Crate Diggers, DJ JRocc, DJing, FUSE TV, hip hop, underground, Vinyl Collection, World Famous Beat Junkies
This past spring and summer, Serato and Rane worked together to bring the DJ community the SixtyOne andSixtyTwo mixer(s). And with the World Famous Beat Junkies representing their products, D-Styles did a little showcase video for them on youtube.
Posted in dance, Music, technology
Tagged DJ D-Styles, mixers, Rane, Serato, SixtyOne, SixtyTwo, The World Famous Beat Junkies, time code vinyl, turntablism, turntablist
If you haven’t seen the Beat Junkies documentary, “For The Record” on facebook or vimeo, then you can check it out here. 20 years in the game…