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    Default crazy performance routines What genre?

    My friend Just sent me this:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPVGq...eature=mh_lolz

    Never seen that before! What genre is this?
    And do you guys know of any other performance type sets like this?

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    cant really say i was feeling that at all
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    That was pretty sick

    all of the related videos on this are the same style.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msdFDCcdwaA

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayo View Post
    cant really say i was feeling that at all
    I agree. I just wasn't there either.
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    Sounds like a lot of breaks stuff.
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    I liked the funky beat and there was some good stuff in the routine. What kept me from loving it was the routine didnt build up to the finish and he would do some things ( like alot of scratch routines) that were not in time with the beat ( like the beat juggling). It was nice to see some one who obviously is/was a turntablist using an S4 for a performance though.

    It did have an old school funky breaks feel to it.

    Here's a good one.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9OQUOJ2C_Q
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    Quote Originally Posted by VanGogo View Post
    I liked the funky beat and there was some good stuff in the routine. What kept me from loving it was the routine didnt build up to the finish and he would do some things ( like alot of scratch routines) that were not in time with the beat ( like the beat juggling). It was nice to see some one who obviously is/was a turntablist using an S4 for a performance though.

    It did have an old school funky breaks feel to it.

    Search YouTube for this routine ( on my phone or would embed it)
    DJ ANGELO - Reloop Jockey 3 routine (Turntablism vs Controllerism + Beatboxing!)
    I agree totally. i prefer the RJ3 routine. I accept it's not performed live/ could have been trying all weekend to "nail it". However again it wasn't flawless. I also think he should have used both decks C and D when using the sampled synth tones. simply as i believe he was missing 1 or 2 notes in the synth routine. But i facebooked it so it's goto be good enough
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