DJ Bone digs Detroit techno, house, hip-hop & disco at SeaWolf Records in Amsterdam | Crate Diggin'
Go record shopping with DJ Bone at SeaWolf Records in Amsterdam, in the first part of our new vinyl-focused DJ Mag Originals series, Crate Diggin'
DJ Bone is the next artist to feature in our DJ Mag Originals series, Crate Diggin’, out on DJ Mag’s socials now. In the series, in which we take some of the world’s biggest DJs record shopping, we take a deep dive into the artist’s individual music tastes, through both contemporary and historical releases.
In the latest episode of Crate Diggin’, Detroit techno mainstay DJ Bone goes record shopping at SeaWolf Records in Amsterdam, listening through classic records from Detroit and Chicago, as well as hip-hop, disco and Italo.
He shares his passion for vinyl, and tells stories of the early days of Detroit, playing his first European gig at Rex Club with Laurent Garnier, and reveals his secret love for Italo disco. SeaWolf is a second-hand vinyl store, hidden on the outskirts of central Amsterdam, stocked mainly from private collections.
Previous episodes of Crate Diggin’ have featured French DJ and producer Folamour at Chez Emile Records in his hometown of Lyon, Anja Schneider at Berlin’s Melting Point Records, Kristina Records with Anastasia Kristensen, NUT Records with Andres Campo, Bikini Waxx with Sally and Bloody Mary on a trip to the iconic Spacehall Berlin record store.
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