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My Show (Main) - DJ MK - My Show (Vinyl)

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  1. Batilar says:
    Vinyl is my main platform anyway. so I have to hide behind my wallet and my false sense of pride” than insisting you have to play vinyl to be a real DJ. Don’t fall for it. It’s bullshit. Do your thing, rock your sound, make people happy, keep dancing. so I can show people my setup and how im recording my .
  2. Malazuru says:
    Listen to DJ MK | SoundCloud is an audio platform that lets you listen to what you love and share the sounds you create.. Knin. 8 Tracks. 90 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from DJ MK on your desktop or mobile device.
  3. Maujin says:
    That's My DJ is a Canadian web series created by D. W. Waterson. The series follows the lives of several people who work in the Toronto nightlife industry. It has been funded through various Indiegogo crowdfunding campaigns. The first season originally premiered online in , before being re-released in , following the release of the second season on YouTube.
  4. Mikahn says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of My DJ on Discogs. Label: GS2 - GS2 • Format: Vinyl 12 Mark With A K - My DJ (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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  6. Judal says:
    With Always and For You further cementing his reputation, the remix offers started to flood in. Artists to get the MK treatment around this time included Bobby Brown, D’Influence, The Shamen, The Bs, D:Ream, Moby, Pet Shop Boys and Bizarre Inc, to name but a few yet it was a remix for then-unknown Scottish outfit Nightcrawlers that.
  7. Vugul says:
    Created by D.W. Waterson. With Emily Piggford, Jade Hassouné, Nico Racicot, Kelly McCormack. Each season of That's My DJ follows a different character within the electronic music scene in Toronto. From heartbeat to heartbreak, chasing dreams and chasing highs, it's an unapologetic look at music, cliques and artists all trying to find their place within the new order of rave.
  8. Shakagami says:
    Mar 05,  · Sure it’s cool to talk about the new technology but there is a certain breed of people who understand the true feel of spinning vinyl. Being able to discuss the experiences that vinyl DJs share will immediately show how passionate you are about the art. Show up with 2 crates of records and a mono stick and you’ll gain their respect even more.

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