HOW 2 DJ

Ok this a small tutorial on how to mix records together. I wish I had a video like this back in days..lol. Now your dreams of becoming a superstar DJ is that much more closer. You must love the music and culture first before even thinking about this!
So you want to get all the girls, make big bucks, and hang out in the VIP? or maybe you’re one of “those” who just loves the music and wants to share it :) Djsounds and Phil K teach the basics of DJ-ing in this 9 part series.
This is three parts of nine videos!
DJ Phil K

More on DJ Phil K
Phil K started DJ-ing in 1985, performing at his school’s disco. He soon started working for a disco hire company setting up sound systems at venues. In the 1990s, Phil K worked for DMC, a seller of DJ gear and records. In 1996, Phil K released his first record, “Summer Breeze” as The Free Radicals with Andy Page and Ivan Gough.

In 2000, Phil K created his first commercial mix album for Global Recordings. This album won him the “Best Dance Compilation” award at the Dance Music Awards in 2001 his Kiss 100 “Friday Tapes” garnered him the award for “Best Radio Show”.Phil K started working with fellow Australian Luke Chable and the two released “The Roots” on Boxed in 2002. After sending Sasha a demo of their next track, “Burma”, he included it on the album Involver and the track was subsequently released by GU Music as well. He also signed onto EQ/Stomp to mix the fourth entry in the Balance series. Balance 004 is a two disc release consisting of a “Breaks Mix” and a “House Mix” and won Phil K the 2003 DMA award for “Best Mix CD”.

In 2005, Distinct’ive Breaks Records released Phil K’s entry in the Y4k series and features a combination of melodic breaks, bassy techno, and glitchy electro. The mix album featured “Cloudbrake”, a “tech-edged” bass driven breakbeat track written by Phil K and Habersham. In 2006, Phil K and Chable as Lo-Step released Because We Can. The album combines emotive breakbeats and dirty, electro rhythms with strange synths and samples



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About rhenalt

Rhenalt thinks, breathes and lives music! He has been interested in electronic music since the late 80′s. Going to the nightclubs in the 90′s inspired him to start djing. Hearing the legendary DJ’s helped him find his sound. He has performed in every major club in New York City. His international gigs have taken him to venues in Europe, Latin America and Asia. Rhenalt’s style of music varies between groovy, funky house/banging electro/hard hitting tribal and the dirtiest house known to man. Rhenalt’s DJ sets are filled with energy that keeps the crowd in a frenzy. The title ambassador for Dance4life was given to him for spinning at the very first v.i.p party associated with Sensation White in New York City. Code Red signed by Stripped Digital U.K and Reach out signed by Get up records got support from John Digweed,Richie Hawtin,Luciano,Sahoshi Tomie,, Robert Owens just to name a few.. Rhenalt released an E.P on DJ PIERRE’S label AFRO ACID DIGITAL. The E.P is called “REBEL EYE.” The legendary Underground Resistance is an outfit he works closely with. Expect releases in association with the U.R camp in the near future. TODD TERRY recently signed his new single THE GODS. Expect remixes from Todd “THE GOD” Terry for this release! The uncompromising New York based Nervous Records released STREETS OF NEW YORK to add to his credits of great music labels. Rhenalt produced and remixed records for labels from around the world.His well crafted “LIMITLESS” dj mix for beatport.com charted at 20 in the top 100 djs category. He is currently starting his own production company called Rebel Eye Recordings. Rhenalt wants to put out the style of electronic music that inspired him to start djing. He’s working on his first artist album at the moment. His mission is to move crowds across the world and create classic electronic records. Look for Rhenalt at a venue near you..

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