If you follow either DJ Shiftee or DJ Enferno on Twitter or Instagram, you are well aware of the "fued" brewing between the two DJs. DJ Enferno was claiming that "Scratching is cool but turntable only routines are relatively easy" which led to the birth of a battle staged for 11AM EST this morning to settle the beef. In reality, the fight was all staged to build up anticipation for a collaboration project between the two DJs called E.A.S.Y. This project is tailored to bring a new perspective to change how people perceive live DJing and performance. Watch the video below and read more about the paradigm shift that E.A.S.Y. is trying to make.
Our two favorite DJ routine series have combined into one – with Enferno rocking a featured set on the latest episode of A-Trak’s Short Cuts series. While it’s not the Craziest Routine Ever, the way that Enferno performs across four difference pieces of equipment shows how combining production chops with finger drumming, mixer prowess, and […]
We’re always on the lookout for solid new routines, and DJ Enferno‘s videos have been featured before on DJ TechTools, so it’s no surprise to see him crush another routine. He’s rocking pretty much the same setup as before- a custom mapped Maschine MkII controlling Ableton Drum Racks, a Casio XWG1, a Pioneer DJM-900 and Serato […]
We’ve seen performances from Washington DC’s DJ Enferno crop up around the web over the last six months, but today’s video is one of the most tight and freshest performances we’ve seen yet. In a world where we’re continuing to see live performance and traditional DJing intersect in a happy medium (like Bass Kleph’s style), […]