E.A.S.Y., the DJ Shiftee and Enferno duo, took the internet by storm with their collaboration announcement and release of their first live performance. The two turntable-controllerist are at it again with the release of their latest remix of A-Trak’s single “Push”. The duo blends controllerism, turntablism, and live keyboard playing as the two cut up […]
Our own Chris Brackley (aka Mojaxx) has a Kontrol S8 right now for an upcoming review of the flagship Traktor controller. Over the last few months we've seen loads of people ask all kinds of questions about how reasonable it is to use the S8 in a real mix, how the jogwheel-free layout really works, etc - and Chris has set out to demo exactly that in this new mix.
DJ Enferno made a splash a couple months ago with DJ Shiftee when the two debuted their partnership, E.A.S.Y., and yesterday DJ Enferno dropped a new remix of Childish Gambino’s hit “3005.” Instead of uploading the track straight to Soundcloud, DJ Enferno uploaded a live version that he recorded in his studio. With two turntables, […]
Virtual DJ holds an unfair reputation as being an intro level piece of software that serves as a great starting point for many younger DJs. Virtual DJ has been around for a long time and even though their software isn’t as high-visiblity as Traktor or Serato, the Atomix Productions team has put in the resources to develop what […]
We're always excited to see a new video from live performance wizard Rheyne, who has made a name for himself on YouTube for posting regular "Live Jams" that are incredible on-the-fly production spectacles. We're spotlighting this one because he's brought the Midi Fighter Twister into the equation, using it alongside Sugar Byte's Turnado effects palette.
Shiftee and Enferno came out with a comeback to SNL about being a DJ. A-Trak is on a mission to separate the real DJs apart from the ones who just press play and throw their hands in the air. Today Craze released a new scratch routine using two Technic 1200s, a Kontrol Z2, and Maschine MK2 that […]
We're big fans of Mark Redito, better known as Spazzkid, his awesome productions and his regular live remixes that he posts up on YouTube. Today he's put out a brand new video of a unique experiment - using a variety of people, animals, food, and objects as MIDI triggers for his performance. The system behind this everyday object controllerism is called Makey Makey, which allows you to attach alligator clips to any conductive object and turns it into a MIDI trigger.
A-Trak and Milo & Otis are very prolific DJs and their track “Out the Speakers” is an instant trap banger. The song features an island rhythm with bass and catchy synth stabs but it wasn’t untouchable. San Francisco DJ, Teeko, took the track to his studio and decided to create a live remix routine around it. […]