Kisuna & the new Technics SL-1200 GAE
Last week on June 15th I played a special vinyl DJ set for the presentation of the brandnew and very limited Technics SL-1200 GAE turntable at Kisuna Arts & Records Pop Up Shop in Berlin-Mitte, actually also using it in my set.
For those of you who could not come there, HERE‘s a link to the video streaming of my set.
I also took the opportunity to write a feature on the new 1200 turntable for German musician’s web portal Bonedo, that you can find HERE! My 50 cent of thoughts about the new flagship model, and why it is so expensive and yet so good. Only in German language, sorry.
Wanna “see” (and hear) the other DJ sets by the likes of DJ Jauche, DJ Clé, Phaser, Jürgen von Knoblauch or DJ Valis? Music is an international language. Check em all out HERE!
And did I hear somebody shout “Playlist”?
Here it is:
Playlist Mijk van Dijk @ Kisuna Art & Records Pop Up Shop
Berlin, 15. Juni 2016
0. Hazel B – Skating On Thin Ice – Human Records
1. Hazel B – Winter – Human Records
2. Mijk’s Magic Marble Box – Tokyo Underground – Superstition
3. Josh One – Contemplation (King Britt Funke Mix) – Hedonism
4. Konstantin Sibold – Leif – Caramelo
5. Sound Of K – Silvery Sounds – F-Communication
6. Elbee Bad – New Age House (Berlin City Remix) – Gigolo
7. Mr. G – The Thin Blue Line – Cabin Fever Trax
8. Vincenzo – The Way Of Thinking – Dessous
9. Bobby Konders – Let There Be House – Nu Groove
10. Aril Birkha – Groove La Chord – Transmat
11. Round One – I’m Your Brother (Edit) – Main Street Records
12. K-Jim & Y-Bot – Summer And You (Vincenzo Remix) – Grand Casino
13. Round One – I’m Your Brother (Club Mix) – Main Street Records
14. Envoy – Move On (Full String Mix) – Soma
15. Elbee Bad – True Story Of House Music (Tech House Dub) – Gigolo
16. Marshall Jefferson presents Truth – Open Your Eyed (Spiritual Mix) – FFRR
17. Vincenzo – At Throb – Dessous
18. Unknown – A Wanderer in Schöneberg – white
19. House Syndicate – Jam The Mace – Dope Wax
20. Girls On Top – I Wanna Dance With Numbers – What Goes Around
BTW: one of the first records I played was my very own Tokyo Trax EP from 1995, not the obvious faster tracks, but the chilled-out 115 bpm jam “Tokyo Underground”. Still brings back so much memories of my first trip to Japan.
You can read more about that HERE in English and HERE in Japanese.
P.S.: Note the yummy ENTER Sake in the background on the top picture.