As a DJ, your USB is maybe a very powerful factor in your possession on the membership. It comprises all of the particularly chosen and formatted tracks you might want to rock the CDJs. So when somebody takes your USB once you go away the DJ sales space to greet followers, it’s understandably upsetting. This is precisely the state of affairs that led Lee Burridge to make an extended Facebook publish on November 13th addressed to an unknown offender.

A thief at Return to Rio in Sydney, Australia not solely triggered offense to Burridge personally, but additionally can probably wreck fairly just a few issues for many individuals. Many artists, Burridge included, preserve unreleased tracks from associates and colleagues on their USBs. And because the main power of All Day I Dream, Burridge holds many pre-released tracks on his drive.

As of now, Lee has defined that he'll gladly overlook the theft “in case you return the USB and don’t add it to your iTunes”. He additionally included the “reality there was 360 diploma digicam on stage”, and you'll wager that they are going to be checking it.

You can learn Lee’s whole publish under, or on his Facebook web page. Undoubtedly a video will floor with proof. Until then we will solely hope that the one who determined taking another person’s flash drive is sweet sufficient to convey it again. And with out including it to their iTunes!


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