Learn from the pro's by studying their techniques
A couple of video's to check out for any DJ aspiring to improve their skills, these should definitely impress and inspire.
The king of UK...Read More »
Check out these great mixes from a couple of our recent graduates
Another nice minimix by an artist supported by Flemcy Music: Ashen. Flemcy Music has been started by LSA homegrown tal...Read More »
LSA graduate DJ's return to MOS for Rinse presents
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Brooklyn-born Kenny Dope is one of the most prolific arti...Read More »
Namm, one of the biggest music tradeshows has ended for 2016 and there is a lot of announcements that have really inspired us here at LSA so we have decided to bring you our top 5 announcements....
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An in depth Dub workshop with two studio legends
A live dub tutorial, showing the fundamental principles of recording and mixing, discussing the concept of versions, alternative mixes and how to c...Read More »
Pukka Up are back with Alex Mytton for a huge event at McQueen feat. Love United DJ's
DJ / Producer, Alex Mytton will mark the release of his new single ‘Letters’, with an official launch party atM...Read More »
LSA graduate, Amy Becker, tutored by LSA's head tutor Buster Bennett, has stormed her way through the past few years, displaying a unique ability to mix genres, while expressing an impeccable selection of everything from garage and grime to hip hop and footwork to UK funky and bassline. Spotted by BBC 1Xtra at the beginning of 2012, she held a fortnightly Daily Dose Mix residency on Mistajam's show for 13 months - exceeding any other resident on the show.
Since then, Amy has appeared on Boiler Room, Rinse FM and NTS, and released mixes for Fabric London, Outlook Festival and Thump. Inspired by the likes of Oneman, EZ and Benji B, her radio and gig presence has received international acclaim from some of the biggest names in the industry and propelled her to the forefront of the UK's thriving bass scene.
only 21 years old Amy Becker has stormed her way through the past few years, displaying a unique ability to mix genres, while expressing an impeccable selection of everything from garage and grime to hip hop and footwork to UK funky
Pioneer announce new CDJs and DJM Mixer for 2016 with great new additions
The CDJ-2000NSX2 deck has improved sound quality with a 96 kHz/24-bit soundcard and 32-bit D/A converter, easier us...Read More »
Interview - Erin Davies
Where are you from?I'm from the south coast of England but am now based in London.How did you get into DJing and producing?
I was in bands playing shows and writing recor...Read More »