Playing tracks by
Digital Masters, Rustie, Major Lazer, Flux Pavilion, Rl Grime and more.
This show was 10th in the global dnb chart, 11th in the global dubstep chart and 28th in the global electronic chart.
We can always count on Craze to hold his color and stay true to his turntablist roots. He comes from an era where DJ culture was focused less on over-the-top stage antics and more on the actual act of mixing music. In his eyes, he needed to stir the dance-music pot in hopes of restoring some integrity to the endangered art form.
You’re a championed DJ with DMC titles to back it. Technology has rapidly changed the music landscape, for better or worse. Do you feel it has helped or hurt DJ culture?
Technology has most definitely helped DJ culture. I've been traveling the world DJing since the late ‘90s, and I can tell you horror stories about lugging around my vinyl, the back problems and missing record crates. Traktor has helped take my sets further now, because I'm able to pull up any tune in my collection instead of only the 20–30 records that I was carrying in the past. Also, sound quality is way better now (despite what old-school DJs may say) ...