George Stanca aka NSCDJ

George Stanca aka NSCDJ

The 99Classics are amazing! I used them as a DJ artist, for live performances. They are build for professional mixing studios, but they are also good for DJ live sets.

NotSoCommonDJ (Electrocord / Bucharest - RO):George has correctly chosen his alter ego: NotSoCommonDJ. A character completely jumped out of print, raised and educated (musically) in the nineteenth-century Bucharest, became a fixed-program raver during the time when Breakbeat was king, traveling electronic music dictionary and full-time DJ in a musical landscape. more diversified, but strongly focused on dance. In 2006 he settled for the first time in front of a mixer, and since then he has become responsible for his own and personal style of auditory magic that combines as electronic book music extracted from the history textbooks with sound on the wave or broken from future trends and the technique of mixing with showmanship. His obsessions begin and end with The Prodigy, include Limp Bizkit, New Order, Nirvana, Chemical Brothers or James Zabiela, and among them, he has discovered the perfect mix of Ghetto Funk effervescence, Drum & Bass energy, Dubstep weight, EDM diversity, nostalgia for Breakbeat or Electro and the freshness of Glitch or Trap. He is always present at the desk and has mixed with Noisia, Orbital, Teddy Killerz, The Qemists, Ragga Twins, Plump DJs, Krafty Kuts, A-Skillz, Stanton Warriors, Funkanomics, Featurecast, JFB, Kosheen, Andy Smith, DJ Food, Ed Solo, among many others. When he doesn't have the headphones on, he takes care of his soul project, Electrocord, a concept of label whose base he put in 2009 and which, in the meantime, has transformed into a brand of event organization in full swing and an EDM community that brings together the creative energies of numerous local / international artists, producers and DJs and on radio. Electrocord promotes quality electronic music.


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