Routine: DJ IZOH + Kumai Goro + 50 GoPros

DJ routines are not always solo adventures. Sometimes routines can consist of multiple DJs that play back to back in a battle style to create a cohesive track. While newsfeeds have been filled with the E.A.S.Y. duo, today DJ IZOH meets Kumai Goro in this routine which blends turntablism with live finger drumming. Watch the video below as the two create a strong routine with their completely different styles of performing and read on to find out how it is done.

Two DJ Worlds Collide

The performance is anything but ordinary. DJ IZOH and Kumai Goro use both are their skills to create a new mix that wouldn’t have been possible with just one DJ. Duos are always interesting to watch because two DJs flowing with creativity come together and perform more like a band than individual performers. Their routine continues to add a voice to the real DJing debate and below you can find a recap of the weapons used to create their monstrous track.


Kumai Goro

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  • Christoff

    Looks like a akai set that up for them to help sales of the mpc ren and there controllers

  • Mutis Mayfield

    Since the DMc went digital the team side of championship has implemented other tools in addition to turntables. New to championship but used in junction by djs (from Hiphop or techno) by far.

    If you want to check another video of this “new” concept check Scratch Bandits crew and find some musicallity and futurism. I only search 3 years ago but sure you could find similar setups older…

  • here_comes_the_sheik

    Interesting concept, but overedited and musically not very appealing

  • Jack

    Cool idea! ~ not very well executed. Both were out of time a lot, not that groovy

  • CUSP

    That must have been a task to edit. Merging 50 cameras worth of video is cumbersome to say the least. I keep thinking there as to be a better way to such video, audio, lighting, and other triggerable things.

    • Chaser720

      I think the video editing was more impressive than the music.

  • noxxi

    haha! i knew there was going to be a matrix style shot in there! amazing!

  • deejae snafu

    it just occured to me that 50 go pros is like …..$20,000.00

  • dibb

    cool video, but those are 2 Akai AFX’es, not AMX’es.

  • deejae snafu

    tight , love the one handed segment…