The key to continued success for any DJ lies within constant evolution. What were once just two turntables and a mic became two CDs and eventually one laptop. However, Video DJ Chris Landry is now spearheading the latest movement in deejaying, combining audio and visual into one experience.
Chris Landry started spinning over a decade ago. Raised on a healthy diet of Punk and Hip-Hop, Landry first began as a multi-instrumentalist in Punk and Rock bands. His knack for percussions and strings led to the desire of combining those sounds. “To me listening to the Dead Kennedys was almost the same as listening to NWA or Boogie Down Productions,” he says, “angry and aggressive with something to say.” Deejaying became a natural extension o