This guide about how to be a Disk Jockey, or more commonly known as a DJ, covers everything from beginner to expert. You might not use disks, but I’m sure you’ll still have to spin records. Everything is covered from what style to pick, to how to get gigs, and where to play to make yourself the best known DJ as possible.
The Pioneer replacement for Technics 1200s are a bold claim, but make no mistake it isn’t without reason, this turntable will suit any vinyl connoisseur.
Scratching vinyl is a DJ technique that has been around since the early 1980s when the method became popular in the New York hip hop scene. Today, vinyl scratching is found in many music genres from pop to alternative rock, on records and in clubs. DJs that scratch vinyl are sometimes also called turntablists. What […]