Left to right: DJ Nu-Mark, Destructo, and Cut Chemist on the “MikiDz Show” at DJcity in Los Angeles on July 23, 2018.
In three weeks, Destructo‘s inaugural All My Friends festival will take place in downtown Los Angeles. The two-day event will feature a diverse lineup of artists from across the hip-hop, R&B, and dance worlds.
Included in the lineup are legendary DJs and Jurassic 5 members, Cut Chemist and Nu-Mark. To showcase the festival’s eclectic bill, both joined Destructo on Monday for a unique episode of DJcity’s MikiDz Show live stream.
Chemist kicked off the night with an eye-popping set of turntablism, making full use of his equipment. He was followed by Destructo, who dropped a signature set of g-house, including many of his own tracks. Closing out the night was Nu-Mark, who put down an all-45 set, which included impressive juggles and other tricks. It was only the second time that a DJ performed an all-vinyl set on the show (the first was DJ Neil Armstrong).
Watch the full show below. You can also listen to or download the audio via iTunes.
From Left to right: Destructo, DJ Dainjazone, DJ Nu-Mark, MikiWAR, Cut Chemist
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DJ Nu-Mark performs at the Red Bull 3Style qualifier on Feb. 7, 2018 in Krakow, Poland. (Credit: Piotr Szapel / Red Bull)
Earlier this month, the Red Bull 3Style World Finals VIII saw some impressive routines from its 24 contestants. But they also featured a few memorable sets from a couple of special guests.
One of them was a showcase by legendary DJ and producer Nu-Mark, who also served as a judge for the competition. The Los Angeles native performed his set during the first night of qualifiers while his fellow judges deliberated the winner. The event took place on February 7 at the Forum Przestrzenie in Krakow, Poland.
Nu-Mark threw down a truly eclectic performance, blending together a mix of popular throwbacks and their funky renditions. He also sprinkled in some breakbeats, house, and modern hip-hop.
Watch his showcase set below.
DJ Nu-Mark is known for including his famous “toy set” in performances these days, in which he plays children’s music toys as instruments. The Jurassic 5 member took things to a new level on Monday’s MikiDz Show, though, when he pulled out a pair of three-inch turntables mid-way through his set. Mark proceeded to rock the spot in front of a stunned audience, weaving together new and classic material in an unforgettable performance.
Watch below and download the audio via iTunes.
Hosts Styles Davis and MikiWAR. (photo: Visual MVMT)
The audience. (photo: Visual MVMT)
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Legendary DJ and Jurassic 5 member Nu-Mark will perform on DJcity’s MikiDz Show next Monday, May 16.
A native of Los Angeles, Nu-Mark is an accomplished producer and is best known for his work on Jurassic 5’s anthem, “What’s Golden.” Mark is also renowned for his immense record collection and “toy set,” in which he plays children’s musical toys as instruments.
The live stream will begin at 7 p.m. PST and include sets by hosts MikiWAR and DJ Dainjazone.
Watch Nu-Mark perform his toy set below.
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For the latest episode of their “Rhythm Roulette” series, Mass Appeal takes DJ Nu-Mark to Record Jungle in Montebello, California to see what he can do. The series features prominent producers who are blindfolded, asked to pick three records, and then produce a beat with their selection.
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