Friday Roundup: Headphones Used By DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJs

Joey Santos
Read time: 2 mins
Last updated 5 August, 2017

Friday Roundup
Find out what the world’s most popular DJs are using whenever they go onstage in this week’s Friday Roundup, along with other curated articles.

In this week’s Friday Roundup, we’ve got a complete rundown of headphones used by the entire DJ Mag Top 100 DJs list, what to do when your gear gets nicked, and a look at how some songs earn the status of “unplayable”. All these and more in this week’s muster of DJ news from around the web! Happy weekend, folks!

  1. What Headphones Are Used By The DJ Mag Top 100? – Find out what cans the world’s most popular DJs are using onstage. Equipboard has the full list Read more
  2. Labels Get Onboard With Stems – Having just launched its new multitrack file format, Native Instruments has hundreds of record labels signing up for Stems according to Resident Advisor Read more
  3. 10 Most Sampled Tracks In House Music – You’ve probably heard at least one of these tunes some way or other. Traxsource has the list Read more
  4. Akai’s APC40 MKII Reviewed – DJ Worx has taken to task Akai’s APC40 MKII, the update to its immensely popular APC40 Ableton Live controller Read more
  5. What To Do When Your DJ / Production Gear Gets Stolen – Follow these steps from DJ Techtools in case your kit gets nicked Read more
  6. Verify Your Social Media Profiles – You’re a DJ, of course you’ve got stuff like Facebook Pages and a Twitter / Instagram account – here’s what you can do to get verified at these social media sites. Decoded Magazine has it Read more
  7. Why Do Some Record Become Unplayable? – Using Darude’s Sandstorm as a case study, explore how a track gets to earn this state of dancefloor infamy. THUMP has it Read more
  8. Check Out A-Track’s New Scratch Routine – The founder of the #RealDJing hashtag has put on a brand new, sick routine. Check it out on inthemix Watch it
  9. Dance Politics: Revolution, Or A Simple Escape? – Equaliser London looks at the sociopolitical past of disco, and defends the modern dancefloor as a space to escape Read more

Feel free to comment on any of the articles above in the comments below, and once again, have a great weekend!

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