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DJ Soulscape has dabbled in musical production while sharpening his turntable skills and developing an impressive record collection. The vinyl junkie dropped his first project 180g Beats at just 21 years old, and it has been called one of the 100 greatest albums in modern Korean music history. The Seoul native’s recent endeavors include The Sound of Seoul and More Sound of Seoul, which pay homage to the postwar Korean music of the 60’s and 70’s.
Soulscape was recently featured in the New York Times for unearthing the lost sounds of Korea, and he’ll put that rediscovery on display tomorrow night at Turntable Lab New York. Beginning at 7:30 p.m., you’ll be treated to an hour-long session of Soulscape spinning classic Korean vinyl, and it’s all for the convenient price of on the house.
The Sound of Seoul
Wednesday, October 26
Turntable Lab New York
120 East 7th St., New York