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Watch: Stonic Performs New Turntablism Routine

Italian DJ/producer Stonic is back with another creative turntablism routine. Set in front of VHS-style backdrops, Stonic gets busy using The Funk Hunters’ remix of Big Gigantic’s “Got the Love.”

Earlier this year, Stonic delivered a routine for DJcityTV, which showed him performing in front of a neon-lit backdrop using Capital Cities‘ 2012 indie pop single, “Kangaroo Court.”

Watch his new routine above.

Related: Watch: Stonic Performs Indie-Influenced Routine

Watch: Stonic Performs Indie-Influenced Routine

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Italian DJ/producer Stonic is notorious for taking his turntablism videos to another level.

Last Spring, we shared his “Lego Scratch” routine which featured a crew of Lego turntablists in a “stop motion” animation. We also shared his 2015 visual in which he performed inside the world of Grand Theft Auto V. While his latest video is not as elaborate, it’s still pretty creative.

In a new routine for DJcityTV, Stonic performs in front of a neon-lit backdrop using Capital Cities‘ 2012 indie pop single, “Kangaroo Court.”

Watch it above.

Related: Watch Stonic’s ‘Lego Scratch’ Routine

Watch Stonic’s ‘Lego Scratch’ Routine

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Italian DJ/producer Stonic is known for his creative turntablism videos.

In 2015, we shared a routine of his in which he placed himself inside the world of Grand Theft Auto V. The Sicilian turntablist has also released a UFO-themed video.

Now, Stonic has returned with a “stop motion” animation that features a crew of Lego turntablists. (Stop motion is a technique in which an object is physically manipulated so that it appears to move on its own.)

Watch the impressive video above, which was produced by Nosheek Film.

Related: Watch Stonic’s ‘Grand Theft Auto’-Inspired DJ Routine

Watch Stonic’s ‘Grand Theft Auto’-Inspired DJ Routine

Most routine videos are filmed at homes or studios, but Italian DJ/producer Stonic has showcased his skills in an entirely different world.

Apparently a fan of video games, the Sicily-based turntablist took a scene from Grand Theft Auto V and literally placed himself inside it. It’s one of the most creative routine videos we’ve ever seen, and Stonic has the skills to back it up.

Watch the GTA-inspired visual above download the instrumental on SoundCloud.

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