Now that HSE is starting to get digital sales the new question of the day is "do we need to produce records for old school DJs?"
Well, I am an old school DJ and before the wide spread usage of such resources as Traktor and Serato we carried our crates from party to party. This task was tedious and stressful as we had to keep one eye on the crate and the other on the turntables. Some DJs would get victimize for their best wax and often would not know until the next gig.
There is still a demand for wax and still DJs that refuse to use the digital resources while others scoff at the "old ways." Still, there is the satisfaction of seeing your name on your very own record that cannot be matched digitally. The debate continues...
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Tuesday, September 07, 2010
When it comes to supporting stuff I'm usually on the fringe of the ordeal as people tend to think they know what you are all about based on what they see you do. With that said a buddy of mine from my college days has reached out from the vastness of cyberspace for support and I have seen his beacon.
His name is Juba Kalamka and he has a message he wants you to hear but he needs your assistance. The link above will tell you more as I lack the communication skills to describe it properly. G Phi F, bruh.