Female Turntablists Represent on DJcityTV’s ‘Cutting Room’

Cutting Room

After a successful Ladies Linkup in Los Angeles in November, seven of the region’s best turntablists threw down a scratch session for DJcityTV’s Cutting Room.

Filmed at DJcity’s headquarters in Culver City, the session featured DJs Javin, PattyClover, Nikki Duran, Young 1, Annalyze, Step1, and Shortee. The ladies got busy over an instrumental produced by Faust, Shortee, and Step1.

Related: Female DJs Connect at Ladies Linkup in Los Angeles

Unreleased Footage of DJcity Scratch Session

Scratch session

In February, DJcity hosted a scratch session at its studio in Los Angeles. The event, which was live streamed, featured turntablists like Trentino, Yonny, FlipFlop, PattyClover, Xist, Spinobi, and Styles Davis. Watch some unreleased footage of the session above.

Related: Scratch Combo of the Month: April 2017

The Women Who Have Contributed to DJcityTV

Kayper (photo source: Instagram)

Today is March 8 and people around the world are observing International Women’s Day — a day that commemorates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. It’s also a time to promote gender equality and women’s rights. To celebrate the day, here are four videos of the ladies who have contributed to DJcityTV.

Kayper, UK

DJ Javin, USA

PattyClover, USA

Emma Short-E, UK

Related: Scratch Combo of the Month: Feb. 2017

PattyClover Performs Old School Hip-Hop Routine


PattyClover​, a turntablist from Los Angeles, has delivered an old school hip-hop routine for DJcityTV’s new Studio Sessions series. The series, which is filmed at DJcity’s studio in Culver City, California, will feature both emerging and established DJs.


1. DJ Rectangle – The Original Battle Weapon
2. Kurtis Blow – America
3. J.J. Fad – Supersonic
4. Run-D.M.C. – Beats To The Rhyme & Run’s House
5. Run-D.M.C. – Jam Master Jay
6. Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock – Turn It Out
7. Mike Relm – Scratch Record
8. Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock – Keep It Going Now

Follow PattyClover on Facebook, Instagram, SoundCloud, Twitter, and YouTube.

Related: DJ K-Swizz Juggles With Bruno Mars’ ’24K Magic’