[TVR] Skratch Bastid & Chris Karns – “Long Train Runnin”

Today’s turntablist video comes from familiar faces and renowned DJs <strong>Skratch Bastid</strong> and <strong>Chris Karns</strong>. To celebrate Valentines Day, the two turntable whisperers did a nice routine using the <em>Doobie Brothers</em>’ track “Long Train Runnin”. The vocal sample goes “Without love, where would you be right now?” which would likely be their inspiration for a v-day video release. Whether you have a valentine or not this year, check out Chris Karns killing it on the finger drumming while Skratch Bastid cuts it up. This video takes place at the Beat Drop music and production school in Calgary. Enjoy!
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Today’s turntablist video comes from familiar faces and renowned DJs

Skratch Bastid

and

Chris Karns

. To celebrate Valentines Day, the two turntable whisperers did a nice routine using the

Doobie Brothers

’ track “Long Train Runnin”. The vocal sample goes “Without love, where would you be right now?” which would likely be their inspiration for a v-day video release. Whether you have a valentine or not this year, check out Chris Karns killing it on the finger drumming while Skratch Bastid cuts it up. This video takes place at the Beat Drop music and production school in Calgary. Enjoy!

-DJ T-GUT

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