DJ Spider and Craze
DJ Spider catches up with the one-and-only Craze for this week’s 20 Podcast episode. The legendary DJ and turntablist discusses how he incorporates scratching into his club sets, how he deals with song requests, his love of drum and bass, his new party “What’s Really Good,” plus more.
Watch the interview below. An audio version of the podcast is also available on all major platforms.
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Hosted by DJ Spider, The 20 Podcast features conversations with influential DJs and music industry professionals. Spider and his guests begin each episode by going through Beatsource‘s weekly list of must-have tracks, The 20.
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Mojaxx returns with a special episode of Tips and Tricks filmed at last month’s NAMM Show in Los Angeles. Mo had the opportunity to interview Craze while the world-renowned turntablist was demoing the Rane SEVENTY mixer. In their conversation, the two discuss mixer technology, practice, and collaborating with other artists.
Watch Mo’s interview above.
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After a long hiatus from filming routines, Craze has delivered a performance showcasing the new Rane SEVENTY mixer. The world champion turntablist’s “Still Got It” routine makes fun of annoying requesters while demonstrating the capabilities of the two-channel battle mixer.
Watch the routine above and stay tuned for more info about the Rane SEVENTY.
Spyda also shared his approach to negotiating contracts for his music production, and why he prefers FL Studio over Ableton.
Watch an excerpt of this week’s interview above and the full episode here.
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Craze at Q Nightclub in Seattle. (Credit: Robee Aquino)
Two weeks ago, Reflections of a DJ a.k.a. the R.O.A.D. Podcast had A-Trak and Roctakon on the show to discuss their recent Twitter debate. This week, the show sat down with Craze, who also took part in the argument.
At one point, co-host DJ Crooked asked Craze how he goes about planning his sets. Craze revealed that he didn’t plan his sets until he started working with Zack.
Watch an excerpt below and the full episode here.
From left to right: Craze, DJ EFN, DJ Jazzy Jeff, N.O.R.E., A-Trak (Source: Instagram)
Watch the full show below. (A-Trak and Craze come on at the 52-minute mark.)
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