I’m becoming quite the fan of the Boiler Room Sessions. Not just for the music, but for seeing top of the food chain DJs do their thing from multiple angles, and of course watching terribly cool people not dance, and others completely lose it and pissing off the DJ in the process. This particular set to Teeko very nicely shows the broad spectrum of gear and technique that we at DJWORX like to talk about.

It’s a proper mashup of gear from keyboards to controllers to the ultra rare Vestax Controller One. Aside from a lot of button action, there’s just enough turntablism to not become overwhelming. It’s quite the masterclass in technology meeting technique. I also love Teeko’s interaction with the crowd, something that the Boiler Room Sessions can do well.

And because I know you’ll ask, the full track listing is on Teeko’s site.


Do you like the Boiler Room Sessions?

They can be hit and miss, with poor audio and video recordings, truly awful crowds, and frankly some less than interesting sets. But what are your high and low points from the Boiler Room Sessions?


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