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Drop a Beat

in Filmmaking
on Jan 17, 2012

When asked in a 1970 interview about the future of music, Jim Morrison said, “I can envision one person with a lot of machines singing or speaking.” And though the disc jockey has been around for over a century (the first DJ is thought to be a college student in 1909), it’s currently in something of a golden age. The person once known for spinning records to keep partygoers entertained at functions, or dead air from occurring on the radio, is now the main attraction at sold-out stadium shows. In a stroke of genius (or pure insanity, depending how you […]

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