Paul Chin - Seratocast 72
Paul Chin drops a fresh mix for us in the latest SeratoCast episode. Check out the tracklist below.
Una Pa Celia - Kansado
Crime - s.charles
Am I Wrong ft. ScHoolboy Q (Paul Chin Remix) - Anderson .Paak
Unconditional (Sonny Fodera Remix) - Sinead Harnett
Crystal Ball ft. Claire Ridgely (VIP) - Pat Lok
Mob Life - Project Paradis
PNTHR - Athletixx
Split Coolie Boy (Remix) - Sikh Knowledge
Redemption - Zacari & Babes Wodumo
Clap Bakk (Clap For Me) - 6MAKA6
Workout, Pt. 1 ft. Frshmkrs - Shash’U
Opps - Vince Staples & Yugen Blakrok
Room for 1zone - Toro Y Moi
Chadwick Boseman - Just John
Wit Da Cup - Shigeto
Pancake Feet - Tennyson
Vista da Gávea - Sango
DEATH RATTLE - LSDXOXO
Yaku (Planet Giza Edit) - Zap Mama
Reputation - Mr. Carmack
Furnace Loop - Hudson Mohawke
Degrees Of Light - Taylor McFerrin
Neighbors - J. Cole
hide&seek ft. rvdical the kid - aywy
Cleopatra - GEOTHEORY
Tell us why you chose the songs you did for this mixtape.
I wanted to curate a selection of songs that I’ve really been feeling, but also that would take listeners on a journey. I love finding ways to blend different songs from different artists whose music might never even cross paths in most other circumstances.
How did you first hear about Serato?
I’m just old enough to remember when laptops first started appearing in DJ booths. I’m a huge tech nerd, so the name Serato became familiar to me very shortly after. The story of A-Trak demo-ing Scratch Live for the first time at NAMM, and how that news spread like wildfire – pre-social media – is one of my all time favourite historical accounts in DJ culture and tech. I’ve been DJing almost 10 years, and Serato has pretty much become ubiquitous with DJing for my peers and me.
Where did you record the mix, and what did you use?
I recorded the mix in my home studio with a Pioneer DJM-S9 and a pair of SL1200s.
What was the first mixtape by a DJ that you listened to over an over again to learn from?
DJ Neil Armstrong’s Warmfuzzy is a masterclass in DJ mixtapes, and should be placed in a museum as a treasured artefact.