Tags: innervisions, live electronic music, technology
Are they actually DJing though?
Q: How many DJs does it take to play a tune?
but then ya not supposed to watch djs, ya suupposed to dance
Watching a group of DJs, who also happen to produce music which I like, performing live with laptops is not boring didn’t have quite the same ring to it.
Is watching Henrik Schwarz play his own tribute set off a laptop in a similar order to how he played those same tunes the set before considered epic?
Would it be considered boring if he weren’t German?
Does Henrik get bored listening to his own sets?
Food for thought.
Dee Vils Ädvocät
“Laptop Djs… the ladies like the 12”
“I’m Playing records”
Quote taken from a Smartbar Chicago set (download via Faith)
i’m with Scandal, he’s been playing the same songs for years now….
i for 1 just don’t care anymore, hell even his productions have a certain, `haven’t i heard this before?’ twang to them
All valid points (except the german one).
I’m still pretty keen to see/hear henrik at some point in the near future, but yeah – if I was seeing him regularly playing the same set then it may be a different story.
word. dude barely plays out.
Their set the other night made it look as though the others, well Dix, was doing the leg work.. Bill Withers mix is still boss
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