The Vancouver native rebuilds Live Evil’s remix of Rich The Kid‘s 2014 track “Why You Mad” layer by layer, highlighting the benefits of Serato Studio along the way.
Serato Studio is the company’s first foray into music production. It launched in March and is currently in beta.
Watch above and download Live Evil’s remix on DJcity.
Related Post: Watch: Live Evil Delivers Mini Mix for Serato
DJ/production duo Live Evil have delivered a unique set for Serato’s In The Mix series. In their performance, consisting mostly of throwback hip-hop, the Vancouver natives combine DJing with live instrumentation to flip tracks on the fly.
Watch the duo’s mix above.
Vancouver duo Live Evil (Kutcorners and DJ Marvel) have made a name for themselves with their remixes and live performances. Their sets feature impressive combinations of finger drumming, sample triggering, scratching, and other techniques.
Now, Live Evil have put their skills on display in an three-minute routine for DJcityTV. The video, which was filmed at Serato‘s Los Angeles studio, shows them performing an original track called “Bang That.” Viewers can also learn how to perform the routine with six free lessons from music education app, Melodics.
Watch above and download the lessons here (use promo code BANG-THAT).
Live Evil, a DJ/production duo made up of Vancouver natives Kutcorners and DJ Marvel, have put down a 36-minute mix for the DJcity Podcast. Their set, which features hip-hop and bass music, includes one of their original tracks, and seven of their remixes.
The two mapped out their mix in Los Angeles and worked on it while Kutcorners was in Austin, Texas for SXSW, and Marvel was in the Bahamas.
1. Amine – REDMERCEDES
2. E-40 ft. Nef the Pharaoh & D.R.A.M. – Slappin
3. Jazz Cartier – Tempted
4. Mobb Deep – Got It Twisted – Live Evil Remix
5. Anderson Paak – Come Down – Kutcorners G.F Remix
6. Future – Sh#t – Live Evil Remix
7. Jazz Cartier – Lil Wayne – Live Evil Remix
8. Tek.Lun – Shush
9. Missy Elliot ft. Lamb – I’m Better
10. Schoolboy Q ft. Kanye West – That Part – Brenmar Remix
11. Rihanna – B#tch Better Have My Money – StarRo Remix
12. Kehlani – CRZY – Live Evil Remix
13. A$AP Mob ft. A$AP Rocky, A$AP Twelvyy, & Key – Crazy Brazy
14. Madeintyo – Skateboard P
15. Gucci Mane ft. Drake – Both
16. Bassbear!! x Swisha Sweet – Take Grime
17. Live Evil – Bang That
18. Busta Rhymes – Gimme Some More – Live Evil Remix
19. Rae Sremmurd – Swang – Marvel’s Research Mix
Live Evil is a live performance and remixing duo made up of The Freshest members Kutcorners and DJ Marvel. Watch above as the Vancouver natives rework two classics, Ashanti’s “Only U” and Mobb Deep’s “Got It Twisted,” using turntables, synths and drum machines. The video was shot in one take.
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