Thursday, November 21, 2013

Fascinating London Mobile DJ simply years ahead in music

There is only one DJ in England, who won in the past two years the top two titles in a variety of London Championships DJs. His name is Andy, a London Mobile DJ. On the London music scene since 2001 as a DJ party, turntable list and session musician. He played well over a thousand events and has every intention to play many more.  

Do you feel the best London DJ if within two years earned until the top two titles in a variety of championships? In 2013, he won the London Championship IDA, and in 2013 was runner- IDA . These games are totally different than the London DJ Championship held in stigma. IDA competitions that take place every year in Manchester are designed for turntable lists - are important techniques scratch, beat juggling, sets are 2-3 minutes and use two turntables and a mixer. Championship stigma is for DJs in clubs - set is longer and count other things than the championship turntable list, and of course the hardware is different. I'm really a club dj,  but from the beginning of my playing I have always been a sucker for scratch music and other things that make up the turntables, the same mix of consecutive numbers is boring to me, I like to give something more than the  standard  dj.

Do you feel the best DJ in England? It had won the competition makes me best by the judges competing in these competitions, does not make me the best in England because certainly many very good DJ for various reasons, did not appear in the stigma.

How does it feel to be champion London DJs? Did you expect that you can win?
Winning is a very cool feeling. To declare the results all remained unknown as I tried not to have high hopes.

Do you think won the titles are the top possibilities for a DJ? What are your plans for 2013? Start Championships London DJs in the stigma is just one of the things that I wanted to do for some time. I have many plans - game-related events, production for which I never have enough time, making subsequent routines of turntable list. I try to develop in different directions and the main plan for 2013 it is developing. Important to go forward and not rest on our laurels.

You played a lot of events, which of them do you remember as the best and why? It's hard to choose the best party of over a thousand but when it comes to the last year it is best to remember playing Muswell Hill in North London, where I was warmly received and I played sensationally. There was not any problem with the hardware, or overnight shipping. Of course, at this point I greet hot organizers.

Your favorite music equipment (turntables, CD, controller, mixer)
I use mostly a fairly large amount of equipment but the standard setup is two turntables I really do appreciate Technics SL -1210 MK2  the reason is they have a history which is second to none, but I also admire gear like, Pioneer CDJ- 2000Nexus mixer depending on the music and style of playing which is planned for a given event - mostly Pioneer DJM -800 with Innofaderem , Pioneer DJM -707 or Rane TTM -57 . For the obligatory MacBook Rane Serato SL3 and MIDI controllers - Akai LPD8, Allen & Heath Xone : 1D and DJ TechTools Midi Fighter . For some time I try to play well with Ableton Live - Akai MPD32 to the Akai APC40 there are a string of other things I like to keep up with the things which come out on the market and can assist me.

What song had the biggest impression on you in the past year?

There were many such numbers, but I think that Florence + The Machine - Shake It Out (also remixed by Andy Disco ) and Spectrum. I do not know if this first issue came out in 2013 but then the first time I heard it.

Artists whose value most?

I appreciate too many artists favor to someone.
Music is for you?
Passion in lif .
The most interesting discovery in dance music?
no comment

How would you rate London club music scene ( pros and cons )?
Do not know much about it also does not make sense to speak but I like that more often in England can hear the stars from all over the world because there are several promoters and agencies who are doing a good job but I have faith in London Mobile DJ.

How did you become a DJ?
I have watched many people who know how to get a crowd moving and used some of their methods and some of my own and now I have something totally

What would you advise all young DJs who are just beginning their adventure?
In order not to give up easily because the road in this industry is not strewn with roses. Presenter does not spoil (laughs). First of all, to try to produce their own remixes, edit to play and numbers because there is nothing better than seeing the audience playing for your own production.

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