The Two Essential DJ Books

Both written by the duo Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton, any "real" DJ that loves the art of spinning records will tell you about these two books.

For everything about learning how to DJ the right way, check out this book that will not only teach you mixing technique but how to run your night:

Every DJ should know its history. Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is the only book that I know of that covers all genres; from Northern Soul to Hip-Hop and how it has evolved until the early 2000's:

These two classics have taught me a ton about the music and art that I love. I hope you enjoy them too.

Play it Cool,

CoolHand

Luke Joachim

DJ CoolHand, New York, New York

CoolHand is a DJ/Producer like no other.  His roots are in Oakland, California, where fresh diverse sets, smooth fades, and crisp cuts are required. He is one of the few young DJs who truly started by lugging turntables, digging for vinyl, collecting old crates at radio stations, and blasting home speakers at various events. By the end of high school, he was spinning regularly at night clubs in San Francisco.

When CoolHand moved to New Orleans, he started by spinning Fridays at the “#1 college bar in the nation” (USA Today), touring with international artists, and performing at industry leading festivals like A3C and SXSW.

His sets are spontaneous and interactive because CoolHand vibes with the party and depends on the energy in the room for his selections. His mixes include multiple genres, remixes, key blending, wordplay, and creative concepts. Whether he is playing for an exclusive event or packed arena, come ready to feel the groove like you never have before.

For more information, please visit: djcoolhand.com