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.
Controllerism routines are not hard to find – and scratching routines are not as prevalent as the once were. DJ Shiftee, however, is no stranger to incorporating his controllerism and scratching when it comes to wild sound manipulation of unique, expressive samples. In this routine, watch how Shiftee blends turntablism and finger drumming in a short, energetic […]
We’ve been waiting for an expert demo video of Traktor DJ that really shows off the performance capabilities that the app offers, and it looks like Native Instruments has found the perfect man for it. DJ Shiftee, who has shown his chops in scores of Traktor and Maschine videos in the past, takes the app on the […]
It’s not often that a hardware manufacturer in the DJ industry decides to put together a band- but that’s exactly what Native Instruments did when creating Mostly Robot. Appearing at Barcelona’s Sónar Festival earlier this year, the band is full of familiar NI stars Jamie Lidell, Tim Exile, Jeremy Ellis, Mr. Jimmy, and DJ Shiftee. […]