HIP-HOP’s TURN(TABLE) COATS: Boys Noize, Steve Angello, Adam F

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/ January 16, 2013

Hip-hop spin art got its start in the ‘70s with the mixing and scratching of vinyls on two turntable. Gone are the days of turntablism pioneered by Jam Master Jay and Grandmaster Flash though we;ll relish them always. We live in the time of The Jetsons where sounds created via turntables are now emulated with a laptop, Serato, Ableton and other DJ software. In this edition of the VIBE Hip Hop Turntable Coats, we feature three DJs that got their start as hip-hop turntablists before crossing over as a DJ in the EDM world. Admirably, you can still hear the influences in their overall sound today.

See the first volume of our Hip Hop Turntable Coats here and the 2nd here. Now Peep Voume 3..