"I work in an office 50 weeks a year. I work, and I gym. That's why I come to Croatia for one week and just think: fuck it!"
Of late it seems that hardly a month goes by without the release of a new DJ controller, whose raison d’être is to tempt the DJ community into parting with their hard-earned cash. Of course, more choice is always a good thing for consumers but as the market becomes ever more saturated, new products must offer something unique to escape the fate of being left on a shelf to gather dust in a lonely warehouse.
New York based skateboard and clothing brand has a message for you: 'If you strive to do what you love, you can reach your full potential in the face of any adversity.'
It's not a bad rule of thumb and when you combine that school of thinking with some proactive behavior it's likely that a zen-like feeling could be yours.
XOYO probably isn’t the most lavish club you’ve ever frequented. In fact, it’s pretty much the opposite, with a diminutive smoking area and two fairly grubby dancefloors among its more recognisable aspects. Not that it ever seems to matter; for it tends to attract a crowd that’s far more interested in partying than looking cool. And if you’ve ever paid a visit to a generic London club, chances are you’ll understand the importance of such traits.
Native Instruments have been changing the face of music production for some years now, and as one of the very first companies to produce synthesisers designed to be run on computers, it is nice to see that they have managed to keep their quality so high — and continue to innovate.
Maschine is a good example of how Native Instruments have applied their German ingenuity to produce a good quality product that gained huge support when it was released.