DJ DI'JITAL   UR

Di'jital is indeed the prototype for a dj. Drawing from hip hop influences and the birthright of the Detroit sound, Di'jital began his ascent of the dj ranks over a decade ago, pumping the clubs with his broad musical tastes Juan Atkins, Kraftwerk, Afrika Bambatta and rap and hip hop. Yet, from the beginning, Di'jital's declared mission was straight forward "to keep the crowd moving all night long." His furious mixes are dizzying, a weaving, blending and matching of rudimentary beats to create virtual medleys from the score of tracks he tugs from his crate. Di'jital has honed in on the skills it takes to drive the dance floor, taking command of the decks he consistently delivers his musical perspective to growing numbers of fans across the globe. But, in the beginning, he knew nothing of the international dj lifestyle, what drove him was the desire to simply be, as he says, "a dj who works all the time."


He began on a double cassette deck in his parents, house. His combination of diligent practice and talent took him far beyond his first set of turntables. He later became an intricate part of Aux 88. "Its was like a dream came true", he says. His debut release on Direct Beat, "prototype", began his journey to selfhood, into what he calls "sinister techno bass."


Di'jital's conceptions as a producer are aligned with his approach to djing. An artist who digs into the bottom of the beat, constructing a sound from the root of the bass, and adding the instrument voice, Di'jital is creating his prototype for the dance floor as a producer and as a dj.

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