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  • Interview With DJ and Producer Doc Delay | Piecelock 70 Records |

    These days the concept of "paid dues" in the DJ world is a fading dream. The DJ forefathers' guides and knowledge were never written down, leaving the new and old generations with a jumbled mess, and a lack of mutual understanding. None of this is particularly important in an age where soon you will be able to tune into a packed club in Ibiza from your living room, and sampling from YouTube videos is practically the norm. It is worth noting that at one point not long ago there were rules surrounding this art and hidden knowledge was paramount to...

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  • 10 Things Turntable DJs Should Pack For Every Gig

    There is nothing worse than showing up to a DJ gig unprepared. Bringing the right cables, backups, and equipment with you is vital to a proper performance and important for piece of mind. Full disclosure here, this isn't a list for mobile DJ gigs ( the ones where you are required to bring a full speaker set up and mobile rig). This list isn't designed for strictly vinyl sets, although a lot of the content crosses over. As a matter of fact this isn't designed to be the end all be all of lists! It is designed to extend beyond...

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  • Record Label Spotlight: The Paris DJs

    Long long ago in a distant land, record labels looking to release music would sign a group or solo artist to a development deal, groom them, and expect the eventual pay off. The music industry was never an easy nut to crack, and in 2014 it is harder that ever for indie artists to even make a dent. Sure, the tools are all there. Artists can list on Bandcamp, iTunes, Soundcloud, YouTube, but the road map has long since been thrown away. You've got to make your own way in this world, maybe you'll find enough fans who support what...

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  • Tucker & Bloom Interview with Native Magazine

    We we're recently interviewed by Nashville based Native Magazine about the founding of our company, the development of it, and the difficulty the interviewer, Jon, had finding our facility. 

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  • Interview with DJ and Producer House Shoes

    When a great unsung artist passes the world feels that loss in stages. The first to feel the shock are those closest to the center, they are the family, friends, and colleagues. They understand the work and are left picking up the pieces, putting together a history that will later be presented. Those works are then sifted through and weighed out for consumption by the business world. They are box set-ed, remastered, and limited edition-ed for the public with the hope that over time the artist will get their due public praise (and someone somewhere will make a buck). This is the case with...

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