19 Jul '16, 12pm

Recently blessing Canvas Club with touches of techno, Yadin Moha spoke with us on the state of techno in 2016 and...

Recently blessing Canvas Club with touches of techno, Yadin Moha spoke with us on the state of techno in 2016 and...

I was terrible at playing guitar and needed a way to impress girls. DJing seemed to require a lot less practice and talent. My first pair of CDJs was a crappy pair of used Stantons that had weird, sticky residue all over the platters. It turned out to be a blessing, as it forced me to learn how to beat-match just by riding the pitch fader so I wouldn't have to touch it. I started throwing small parties in 2013 at a dingy little bar called Night & Day. It was at a point in my life when I was growing quite jaded of big clubs. I found the music too polished, too many collar-poppin’ douches. I grew to love the vibe at small parties; I made a bunch of new friends every time we partied. And nobody was really playing the kind of house and techno I wanted to dance to, so I figured I might as well play it myself. We had some great nights at that venue.

Full article: http://juice.com.sg/music/yadin-moha-is-techno-forever

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