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Video: DJ Enferno’s “Clique” Live Remix Routine

We’ve seen performances from Washington DC’s DJ Enferno crop up around the web over the last six months, but today’s video is one of the most tight and freshest performances we’ve seen yet. In a world where we’re continuing to see live performance and traditional DJing intersect in a happy medium (like Bass Kleph’s style), Enferno’s performance is a solid juxtaposition of Serato, Massive, and Ableton into a routine that hits pretty hard.

Trap music aficionados will also enjoy this one Рwatch the full video below:


From the YouTube description:

For the tech heads out there, I’ve got: NI Massive on the keys, and Ableton Drum Rack and Serato Cue Points on the NI Maschine controller. I also added a camera for a 3rd closeup view. Watch the whole thing for some epic dance moves at the end.

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  • MICHAEL ANGELO

    YOU GUYS HAVE GOT TO CHECK OUT HIS YOUTUBE CHANNELS! HE’S MY NEW IDOL! THE USE OF BOTH THEY KEYBOARD (I’M A KEYBOARDIST) AND THE MASCHINE!!

  • Ryan

    More ego bullshit.

    LAME

  • Coldfuzion

    That was awesome!

  • Anonymous

    Can’t view the video in Germany because of the stupid GEMA.

    scamo

  • Very fun to watch. Crazy skillz

  • AWESOME! This is what I’m trying to do (with a lot less scratching) with my gear. It’s nice to see someone actually doing what I want to do… new Hero: Enferno

  • Shlomo

    LOL @ the ending

  • That was super tight… good mixture of beat-juggling, scratching, scratch-tricks, live-production/remixing and instrumentality. Def something both DJs and non-DJs can truly enjoy… had two tweet it…

  • djcwah

    This is one way the turntable will survive.

  • Reinout

    Congrats man; I’d like to know how u come up with stuff like this. Is this a routine you learned to do by discovering cool sounds on the seperate instruments and then practising like a mad f*ck to get it all perfectly in sync together or is this more an improv where u sort of ‘glue’ pieces that sounded cool in the past together and where u can basically take it whereever u want? Suave robot too, senor.

  • Very tight. Love seeing these performances. Would like to see him perform a whole set.

  • Chopper

    That was a pretty mean robot.

  • Joshua Spaz

    bitchin