POLLS: Getting to know you and your turntable habits

turntable habits

In the wake of the shutdown to Technics, it seems that the rest of the market have come out of the shadows and are experiencing a resurgence. But these are different times and there’s a diverse user base with using turntables in different ways. And we’d love for you to tell us how you use them by checking some boxes in polls.

POLL: Future turntables – basic or with bells on?

technics future turntables

Turntables are back, but do they do what you want? Do you want the basics or do you want every bell and whistles in the world? Tell us.

Turntables were most definitely hurt making this video

turntable-abuse

If you’re one of those people who treats their turntables like they’re valuable artefacts, do not watch this video. What the hell did I just watch?

FRIDAY FUN: Super Scratch World!

Reloop DJ Angelo Fong Fong Super Scratch World

It’s time for some Friday fun, courtesy of DJ Angelo and Fong Fong, who fall in the dressing up box and end up in Super Scratch World!

DJ gear: Another revolution or will evolution do?

seratophone

Things are slowing down, and revolutionary DJ gear is simply evolving. Can you handle it, or must you have wow moment stuff all the time?

Reloop Concorde Carts — in shops now

Reloop Concorde carts

If you’re in the market for those cool new Reloop turntables, why not match them up with Ortofon based Reloop cartridges too. They’re in shops now.

SHOWCASE: DJ Angelo on the Reloop RP-8000 turntables

DJ Angelo Reloop rp-8000 turntable demo

There wasn’t a demo before, but there is now. Reloop’s poster boy DJ Angelo stole my demo RP-8000 turntables just so he could record this video.

SHOWCASE: C2C at the BBC

c2c turntablist team at BBC down the road

For C2C, the step from battle performance to single is very short. And this week they stopped by BBC Radio1 to perform “Down The Road” live.

Turntables – dead or due for a reboot?

Decks - dead or due for a reboot?

Turntables have a lot of love from DJs, but sadly seem to be losing the will to live. But given the amount of gadgetry being shoehorned into controllers, is it time for a turntable rethink and reexamine the platform for the digital age?