Live now: Brisbane DJ challenging Smokin Joe's record

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Update: We’re still chasing confirmation, but it looks like DJ Hertz has broken the world record.

Last month, we broke the divisive news that only four months into holding the world record for the longest DJ set in history, Smokin Joe Mekhael had a challenger to his hard-won title. Brisbane’s DJ Hertz announced in April his plan to take on Smokin Joe’s title, and as of midday Saturday the record attempt has begun.

DJ Hertz is now 48 hours in and looking fairly chipper at this stage. However, 48 hours is exactly the point in the attempt Smokin Joe described as the toughest: “From about 48 hours to about 54 hours, where I had my first rest break, I was hallucinating pretty hardcore,” Joe told us last month. “I actually almost broke down at one point. I was crying; tears were streaming down my face.”

As Hertz plans to not only break Smokin Joe’s record of five and half days but make it all the way to a whopping seven and half days, he presently has over 130 sleepless hours ahead of him. Tune into the stream below (via HRMNY.TV), or if you’re in Brisbane head to The Aviary to watch it unfold, and remind Hertz of Mekhael’s helpful pointers: “Stay hydrated. Pace yourself. And realise that in the end, the human body has its limits. If you want to really break the record, it’s going to be your mind, not your body, that will get you through it. WOO!”.

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B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 7th May, 2012

I sincerely hope this douche fails.

LifeOnMTV

LifeOnMTV said on the 7th May, 2012

:lol:

Nice. He may get there without woooooooo ing at all.

katiecunningham

katiecunningham said on the 7th May, 2012

Have to say, not a whole lot of mixing going on.

Kennyk

Kennyk said on the 7th May, 2012

I tuned in, just to have a listen/watch
worst music I have ever heard.....
Pina Colada Boy - Baby Alice

thunderbot

thunderbot said on the 7th May, 2012

HE ISN'T EVEN MIXING HE'S SITTING IN A FKN CHAR!!!!

thunderbot

thunderbot said on the 7th May, 2012

ARE DEM SLUTZ ON DA COUCH!?

wally55

wally55 said on the 7th May, 2012

Money says he won't make it!!!!!

mlirosi

mlirosi said on the 7th May, 2012

i hope he realises he forgot to turn the stove off at home

i_have_ADD

i_have_ADD said on the 7th May, 2012

if he drops a mix the timer should reset back to zero

randomneurosis

randomneurosis said on the 7th May, 2012

aww. he's dropped a mix. he didn't mix out of michael jackson's thriller. I thought he's a dj? could have just turned the autocue off and the cdj will keep playing track after track..

ben otago

ben otago said on the 7th May, 2012

wtf , hes not djing at all, they should kick him off the decks

Warn-A-Brotha

Warn-A-Brotha said on the 7th May, 2012

Currently sitting in a chair, text messaging. FAIL.

Heist9000

Heist9000 said on the 7th May, 2012

Sounds like the music they play at my gym

dn-ul

dn-ul said on the 7th May, 2012

damn wish i could take back my view count

garry_todd

garry_todd said on the 7th May, 2012

SJM !!!!!!!!!!! WWOOOO!!!

lawlietskyy

lawlietskyy said on the 7th May, 2012

This guy's music choice is amazingly .. shit.

FilthyDuB

FilthyDuB said on the 7th May, 2012

Thats okay, all you guys can be keyboard warriors over the internet. Id like to see half of you do this attempt and succeed LIKE HE WILL! Your negative comments only fuel his determination to succeed. This ''Douche" has a lot of talent and has a massive support group. as for your comments about his music, I know i wouldn't want to sit there for 7 and a half days listening to the same shit. When he succeeds and has made a name for himself you'll still be stuck in your shitty 9-5 jobs getting paid shit all while he does something he loves and gets recognised for it.

Heist9000

Heist9000 said on the 7th May, 2012

Ok get defensive then

DJ Charlie P

DJ Charlie P said on the 7th May, 2012

good energy DJ congrats

LifeOnMTV

LifeOnMTV said on the 7th May, 2012

I guess you do need someone like Joe to make a 7 day set remotely interesting.

Gruso

Gruso said on the 7th May, 2012

The music really is bad. Anyway woo etc.

mlirosi

mlirosi said on the 7th May, 2012

@filthydub....my job is 9:30-5:45 and i sometimes leave at 5:30 and still get paid for it...winning!!

G-TECH

G-TECH said on the 8th May, 2012

Boring as bat shit. At least smokin Joe was in a club with an audience.

This guy looks like he is in his lounge room mixing to a couple of mates

There is definitely no wooooooo from this guy

Hypnosis

Hypnosis said on the 8th May, 2012

Seems to be a lot of stupid comments on here which is a surprise. How about a bit of encouragement and support for your fellow aussie man instead of trying to cut that person down who is trying to achieve a goal? It's a good effort and I hope he get's there.

Hypnosis

Hypnosis said on the 8th May, 2012

Boring as bat shit. At least smokin Joe was in a club with an audience.

This guy looks like he is in his lounge room mixing to a couple of mates

There is definitely no wooooooo from this guy

People have jobs? The place was packed over the weekend and I'm sure it will be this weekend too. What's with people cutting down on others who are trying to achieve something? Get a grip folks. Try and be a little more positive and encouraging in your day to day life and you might find you're happier!

(Not just aimed at you G-Tech despite my quoting of you)

zealbee

zealbee said on the 8th May, 2012

So shit. The lemon is just sitting down playing with his phone.

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 8th May, 2012

What sort of level of entitlement are he and his groupies rolling with if they think that just because he's "trying" means he deserves all the love and support of the world? SJM earned it by being somebody worthy of respect and admiration. A likeable character who also did charity work. Not only that, but he actually got involved with the community here and locally in Sydney. He earned support and he got it.

What's this douche done to deserve it exactly? Played a truckload of terrible tracks, rarely even attempted to mix anything, fluffed his pork pie hat and spit-shined his ridiculously tacky jewellery with the semen of his groupies?

You don't GET respect just because you feel some level of unjustified entitlement. You EARN it. Welcome to reality. If his fragile ego can't take it, then he can go back to being a backroom generic small club DJ, just like he is now and just like will be even if he succeeds at this record. And let's be honest, are people actually delusional enough to be convinced that even if he does break the record he'll all of a sudden be come headlining, highly sought after Ibiza-style DJ? That he'll be rising above a huge platform above ~teh haterz~, showered in golden wine and record contracts flowing forth from the briefcases of every record company in the world?

No.

He's not marketable in the eyes of any record company.

He's not talented enough to be anything more than generic.

He's not anyone more special than the next vanilla backroom DJ, with only his own inflated ego and the empty testimonies of local groupies to prop up an unjustified sense of self worth.

So go on Hertz. Go break it. Who knows - you'll possibly break this record! And what will result of it exactly? You'll get trashed with your mates/groupies (you can't tell who's who at this point in time anyway), have a huge afterparty and go around making huge claims about how you're ~teh best DJ in the world~.. and then two weeks later when you realise your life is no more different than it was two weeks ago you can at least stop your own sobbing by wistfully repeating to yourself "at least I did this... at least I did this..." into your pillow each night.

XianBabiii

XianBabiii said on the 8th May, 2012

@b_e_de you previous comment shows how seriously illiterate you are. SJM didnt even get a penned record attempt! You are clearly a Sydney resident if you seem to know so much about SJM, also explains hy you know so little in regards to this brisbane based DJ.

I WOULD LOVE TO SEE ANY OF YOU KEYBOARD WARRIORS SHOW HALF THE STAMINA, DETERMINATION AND GENEROSITY THIS GUY HAS EVEN IN THE LAST 71 HOURS.... !!

mlirosi

mlirosi said on the 8th May, 2012

when you make claims of illiteracy you want to be very sure there are no spelling mistakes...very very sure

hy u ask?? well u dont want to look like a dick

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 8th May, 2012

I've lived in Brisbane since I was 4 years old. I hold no territorial obligations to anyone.

And 5 points for the 'illiterate' call when you can't even type to save your life.

chrisroom

chrisroom said on the 8th May, 2012

wow i know this wont be easy, but i think there should be some sort of rule on the mixing technique. and yes it looks like this is in someones lounge room where a booth is set up, piss that big chair off it is not helping the look, use a small one that isn't taking up so much room. also i think its a little rough that SJM is being challenged so close to his win, but keep going who knows you could beat him and its still pretty cool bragging rights for a world record no matter what its for.

Hypnosis

Hypnosis said on the 8th May, 2012

Looks like there is just a lot of jealous people if you ask me. :)

RennyMcRenRen

RennyMcRenRen said on the 8th May, 2012

Just putting it out there SJM Actually did'nt get the world record... Oh another point Hertz actually is a resident dj at Family nightclub in Brisbane... Nice to see so many people slagging him rather than support him... I thought that all the "Aussies" would be a bit more patriotic and give him a nice big "FUCK YEAH YOU CAN DO IT" attitude but clearly not!! Hell if you think you can do better give it a go...

special ed

special ed said on the 8th May, 2012

^ but that wasn't known at the time, and it simply means this guy has to beat 150 hrs
No one is really against this guy's attempt, good on him for giving it a go, the point SJM has built a loyal following on ITM, and we all support him. we dont know this guy, and we aren't going to shift our support, its that simple

m_xt

m_xt said on the 8th May, 2012

It's true Ed.

Man, this guy is just leaning back in a chair looking bored. Not entertaining.

Nashbridges

Nashbridges said on the 8th May, 2012

When somebody can play 150 hours of decent house, ill care.

davecw

davecw said on the 8th May, 2012

gangas gunna gang go random dude .

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 8th May, 2012

"Looks like there is just a lot of jealous people if you ask me. :)"
-Hypnosis

Incredibly cliché and overdone thing to say. If anyone was jealous, they'd be wanting to live vicariously through him (for god knows why) by possibly hanging off his dick like a groupie.

Rennymcrenren, do all Aussies also wear Philadelphia Flyers hats without even knowing who their fucking leading goal scorer is? Oh, they don't? Well then I guess most Aussies don't just donate their semen to some douche *just because*... And don't play the nationality card. that's the war cry for racist bogans in this country to gather under a banner - Being Australian has NOTHING TO DO WITH IT.

If you're just gonna give props, respect and admiration to whatever no-name attention-grabbing fuckwit comes your way then your respect must be worth as much as the dirt on the back of my heel. Except that at least said dirt could mix better.

Hypnosis

Hypnosis said on the 8th May, 2012

"If you're just gonna give props, respect and admiration to whatever no-name attention-grabbing fuckwit comes your way then your respect must be worth as much as the dirt on the back of my heel. "

He's had to wade through all the planning, all the build up, plus the courage to actually take it on despite the obvious mental and physical hardship that he will face. His likely motivation being to 1. achieve something others have not 2. promoting himself as a DJ 3. promoting dance music and DJing in general. Probably in that order too. He's plays regularly throughout Brisbane and the Gold Coast's top clubs, is as good of a DJ as the next guy, has a good following and does more than most in Brisbane to promote not just himself but other DJ's in the industry events.

If that doesn't earn your "respect" you are an idiot. Well, I've actually already drawn that conclusion so I guess you would be a douche as well.

To address the people making comments like "he's just sitting there on his phone"...what do you think he's going to stand there for 7 days straight dancing away with his mind in the mix? The record is to mix for 7 days, he can do whatever the fuck he wants in between mixes. Good luck to anyone who tries to replicate this record and DOESN'T sit around in between mixes.

Get a brain will ya.

I'll also add that I don't even really know DJ Hertz so I have absoulutely nothing to gain from my comments. I just can't sit here watching idiots make idiot comments.

Funkedub

Funkedub said on the 8th May, 2012

I had a peep at the stream ... i watched a guy check his phone for a bit ... then fade some tracks ... talk to some girls walking past etc etc ... it was like watching a Big Brother special ... but with worse music.

patrickbateman

patrickbateman said on the 8th May, 2012

yeah just tuned in then. shocking. he is just sitting there in his chair talking to some guy and the music is horrible. doesn't look like anyone is even there either?

Funkedub

Funkedub said on the 8th May, 2012



To address the people making comments like "he's just sitting there on his phone"...what do you think he's going to stand there for 7 days straight dancing away with his mind in the mix? The record is to mix for 7 days, he can do whatever the fuck he wants in between mixes. Good luck to anyone who tries to replicate this record and DOESN'T sit around in between mixes.
.



What he really should be doing ... is drinking games ... like, jager bombs n all!

m_xt

m_xt said on the 8th May, 2012

I like how you put a hockey reference in your post bede.

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 8th May, 2012

"He's had to wade through all the planning, all the build up, plus the courage to actually take it on despite the obvious mental and physical hardship that he will face. His likely motivation being to 1. achieve something others have not 2. promoting himself as a DJ 3. promoting dance music and DJing in general. Probably in that order too. He's plays regularly throughout Brisbane and the Gold Coast's top clubs, is as good of a DJ as the next guy, has a good following and does more than most in Brisbane to promote not just himself but other DJ's in the industry events."

If that doesn't earn your "respect" you are an idiot. Well, I've actually already drawn that conclusion so I guess you would be a douche as well."
-Hypnosis

And who do you think was #1 in his head during all Hertz's amazing hardships of "planning" it? What was his driving force? Let you in on a little secret - it's himself and noone but himself. He's not doing this for charity, for the betterment of a cause or the industry or for any greater good except for himself. At least Smoking Joe had the balls to front and admit that he was a self promo whore - but at least he made people smile and laugh THEN went on to do charity gigs.

Courage? Determination? What the fuck is he doing exactly, giving blood to orphans whilst scaling Mt Everest to reach the pinnacle where a dying childs cat is stuck, so he can rescue it for him? No. He's organised a way, a place and the means of supporting a stunt that only profits his own unjustified ego and probably even scoring a bit more on the side from sponsorship. If that's worthy of respect then you've got a twisted and juvenile sense of the word.

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 8th May, 2012

so does he get sleep breaks???

Pancho

Pancho said on the 8th May, 2012

And who do you think was #1 in his head during all Hertz's amazing hardships of "planning" it? What was his driving force? Let you in on a little secret - it's himself and noone but himself. He's not doing this for charity, for the betterment of a cause or the industry or for any greater good except for himself. At least Smoking Joe had the balls to front and admit that he was a self promo whore - but at least he made people smile and laugh THEN went on to do charity gigs.

Courage? Determination? What the fuck is he doing exactly, giving blood to orphans whilst scaling Mt Everest to reach the pinnacle where a dying childs cat is stuck, so he can rescue it for him? No. He's organised a way, a place and the means of supporting a stunt that only profits his own unjustified ego and probably even scoring a bit more on the side from sponsorship. If that's worthy of respect then you've got a twisted and juvenile sense of the word.

who really gives a fuck what his reasons are for doing it ?

dude wants to achieve something for whatever his reasons are and does it, well then good for him. didnt realise stunts these days had to be under the charity banner.

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 8th May, 2012

can't believe the haters on here, scene has gone downhill since I was in it 20 years ago, we were like family back then.... go Hertz!

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 8th May, 2012

and I actually like the music.

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 8th May, 2012

and can he see this forum?

special ed

special ed said on the 8th May, 2012

brisbane guy tries to break world record, good on him. best of luck
brisbane guy doesn't have loyal following on itm like SJM. tough shit. deal with it

RennyMcRenRen

RennyMcRenRen said on the 8th May, 2012

B_e_de you are piss funny dude... Bless your cotton socks buddy...

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 8th May, 2012

seriously, this guy can mix. Just because he's not jumping up and down for 7 and a half days does mean he's not good. How many of you could do it fuckers?

macc4

macc4 said on the 8th May, 2012

he wont even win, jerk

RunningWithScissors

RunningWithScissors said on the 8th May, 2012

that's okay he's ~so brave~ just for trying

ben otago

ben otago said on the 8th May, 2012

this guy shows no interest in wat he is doin at all , the tracks he plays completely come to the end before he presses play on the next one, thats not djing people , wat a fuckin wanker

cheechvda

cheechvda said on the 8th May, 2012

What the fuck is everyone even talk about ??? People that hate him, dont let it worry you... People that like him ,dont let the hate worry you..... Wow,,,, perfect example of 1st world problems right here....

Dj Big Big

Dj Big Big said on the 8th May, 2012

man good luck
its going to be a long sesh
i know ill be listening most of the way

RunningWithScissors

RunningWithScissors said on the 8th May, 2012

http://i.imgur.com/9hF8n.gif

crabman

crabman said on the 8th May, 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSQ0pfkOJlI

DJ Charlie P

DJ Charlie P said on the 8th May, 2012

I started mixing with cassettes and then moved to turn tables back in the late 80's. Through time DJing has grown into larger scale platforms with USBs and computers on multi touch screens. When someone plays, its not just about pushing buttons on a laptop for preset playlists. This requires matching and synching skills combined with musical knowledge and strong mathematical aptitude. Six years ago, I thought about playing for a Guinness World record of 100 hours and learned that accomplishing an attempt to publicly spin music without sleep for multiple days requires courage. It also requires excellent health, clear state of mind, determination, good funding and sponsors to really make a successful go at breaking a record. I salute Rene Brunner (DJ DC), Smokey Joe, Hertz, and others for attempting and/or achieving their records, regardless of how Guinness or amateur spectators label each attempt.

It's easy for people to be critical and negative. I know many DJs..good ones, bad ones, and the rest. Regardless of how we measure success here, very few have the tenacity and drive to take on this challenge. We can all take a lesson from Smokey who is taking the latest GWR information like a real winner. Good luck to Hertz. Hope he achieves his attempt and much more. May we have half of the strength and focus these DJs have to achieve our own dreams.

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 8th May, 2012

who really gives a fuck what his reasons are for doing it ?

dude wants to achieve something for whatever his reasons are and does it, well then good for him. didnt realise stunts these days had to be under the charity banner.

I'm focusing solely on the reasons why people think it's worthy of respect. It's not worthy of respect if it's just a big stunt to promote his own name. That's akin to respecting a brand just because they've launched a new advertising campaign. If he was doing it for reasons outside of himself - THEN it's worthy of respect.

Anyway, he tried and failed. Now let us watch him fade into obscurity and hope we never have to hear about this worthless shitheel ever again.

Gruso

Gruso said on the 8th May, 2012

Do you know why I think people are hating? Because when it comes down to it, no one really cares about the record for the longest DJ set. It's a personal feat of endurance, a mark in a record book, but even the most rabid of clubbers has to admit that it's a hollow, pointless exercise. It doesn't bring anything to the scene. It's not a DJ set in any sense that we can relate to. No one is ever going to say "That was a great set, I danced all week."

Of all the things you could do to get into the record books and maybe help some folk along the way (run around the country, climb a mountain, dig some wells or something) here stands a guy in a skanky first world bar playing doof CDs for a week. Whoopee.

It was no different, no more meaningful when SJM did it. But Joe's insane personality got people on board and made it fun. I don't think anyone really paused to reflect on what it meant for someone to DJ for so long. They just wanted to see the crazy bastard do it.

Now DJ Hertz is having a crack at it, and while he may (by all reports) be a great guy and a capable DJ, he doesn't bring that SJM energy to the table. And without it, people are seeing this record attempt for what it is: A guy pressing buttons for several days. A self indulgent pursuit of bragging rights that feeds nothing back into the tapestry of humanity. Hertz is taking the flak, because he doesn't have the SJM bubble around him. But the real target isn't the man, it's the pursuit.

special ed

special ed said on the 9th May, 2012

Gruso wins the entire thread
shut up shop, press eject on the cdj, go to sleep

he's absolutely right. this world record attempt is the same as me saying "im going to sit in a chair and stay awake for a week"
only difference is this guy is playing music in the background occasionaly.

DJ Charlie P

DJ Charlie P said on the 9th May, 2012

I started mixing with cassettes and then moved to turn tables back in the late 80's. Through time DJing has grown into larger scale platforms with USBs and computers on multi touch screens. When someone plays, its not just about pushing buttons on a laptop for preset playlists. This requires matching and synching skills combined with musical knowledge and strong mathematical aptitude. Six years ago, I thought about playing for a Guinness World record of 100 hours and learned that accomplishing an attempt to publicly spin music without sleep for multiple days requires courage. It also requires excellent health, clear state of mind, determination, good funding and sponsors to really make a successful go at breaking a record. I salute Rene Brunner (DJ DC), Smokey Joe, Hertz, and others for attempting and/or achieving their records, regardless of how Guinness or amateur spectators label each attempt.

It's easy for people to be critical and negative. I know many DJs..good ones, bad ones, and the rest. Regardless of how we measure success here, very few have the tenacity and drive to take on this challenge. We can all take a lesson from Smokey who is taking the latest GWR information like a real winner. Good luck to Hertz. Hope he achieves his attempt and much more. May we have half of the strength and focus these DJs have to achieve our own dreams.

DJ Charlie P

DJ Charlie P said on the 9th May, 2012

I started mixing with cassettes and then moved to turn tables back in the late 80's. Through time DJing has grown into larger scale platforms with USBs and computers on multi touch screens. When someone plays, its not just about pushing buttons on a laptop for preset playlists. This requires matching and synching skills combined with musical knowledge and strong mathematical aptitude. Six years ago, I thought about playing for a Guinness World record of 100 hours and learned that accomplishing an attempt to publicly spin music without sleep for multiple days requires courage. It also requires excellent health, clear state of mind, determination, good funding and sponsors to really make a successful go at breaking a record. I salute Rene Brunner (DJ DC), Smokey Joe, Hertz, and others for attempting and/or achieving their records, regardless of how Guinness or amateur spectators label each attempt.

It's easy for people to be critical and negative. I know many DJs..good ones, bad ones, and the rest. Regardless of how we measure success here, very few have the tenacity and drive to take on this challenge. We can all take a lesson from Smokey who is taking the latest GWR information like a real winner. Good luck to Hertz. Hope he achieves his attempt and much more. May we have half of the strength and focus these DJs have to achieve our own dreams.

Funkedub

Funkedub said on the 9th May, 2012

Charlie P was born in Bogota, home of the world-renowned Rock at the Park
open-air rock music festival in Latin America. He spent his boyhood in Chile
where he was recognized as a professional champion BMX Bike Racer. His
travels with his family throughout Americas nourished his melodious ear with
music from various cultures. Being immersed in music all his life naturally made
him an aficionado at an early age.

At 15, Charlie P was promoting bands and performing as a musician. It was with
Paradise that he fell in love with the magic of mixing; turn tables, and House
Music. He delved into radio for RadioActiva Cali, returned to Bogota and
secured a spot with Super Estereo 88.9FM, a high-ranking radio station in
Colombia where he hosted student activities and mixing for the weekend party
show. He remained there as he further excelled in his musical and
entertainment career. After performing in television and radio commercials, his
exposure as an MC led him to form Purpura Mobile Deejae, his very first
enterprise that became among the most sought out mobile DJs in the country.
He was invited to consult on various projects with Polygram Colombia, now
Universal Music, and EMI Music.

By 23 Charlie P had become a successful and experienced music entrepreneur. He
was called to Sony Music’s marketing division where he worked closely with
artists like Shakira Colombian super star, and also promoted artists like
Aerosmith, Ricky Martin, Oasis, Gloria Estefan, and many more. During this
time, Charlie P had the opportunity to visit prestigious venues throughout the
world. He fulfilled one of his dreams when he moved to New York City to devote
himself to the music and radio industry. There he worked alongside legendary
DJs in prime clubs like The Tunnel, Roxy, Webster Hall, Flamingo and more. He
became a pioneer in crossover style parties touring venues like Club New York,
Monaco, Buddha Lounge, and Copa.

In his early 30’s Charlie P returned to House Music throughout the East Coast. He
has spent significant time as a guest DJ for premier venues and radio shows in
the United States and Canada. Occasionally he works with renowned radio artist
DJs and producers on special projects.

Charlie P has found ultimate meaning in music all his life. He is grateful for all
the passion and love music has brought him. In addition to working toward
becoming a world class DJ for his own realization, he is compelled to make a
difference. Charlie P is now embarking on new confidential ventures to expand
the music and radio industry. For now he will keep us all guessing, but shares
that it will benefit humanity.

(formatting as per original)

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 9th May, 2012

Gruso must be a hammer, because he's hit the nail on the head.

Kendall7790

Kendall7790 said on the 9th May, 2012

I created an account just to state how much of a halfwit B_e_de is.
Nice work mate.

phelon

phelon said on the 9th May, 2012

Anyone got a tracklisting so far? After a track played at 2:30am this morning

B_e_de

B_e_de said on the 9th May, 2012

Kendall7790, the fact you went to all the trouble of making an account just for me is nothing short of touching. Let's get tea sometime. You can impress me with tales of trying to ride coat-tails and I'll give you compliments about the shitty $80 shirt of a fake fashion magazine cover from Universal you just bought.

mlirosi

mlirosi said on the 9th May, 2012

gruso must be a nail gun coz he nailed the.....coz he hit the nail on the....coz....

.....gruso wins

Kendall7790

Kendall7790 said on the 9th May, 2012

i called you a halfwit dude, offer denied.. lol.

fapfapfap.

Hypnosis

Hypnosis said on the 9th May, 2012

B_e_de is the token troll

patrickbateman

patrickbateman said on the 9th May, 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0_8TpLi0wo

Billroyguy

Billroyguy said on the 9th May, 2012

DJ hertz MC'n along to Flo Rida and 50 cent...
Is it the Brissy uniform to have boardies past the knee, snapbacks, thongs and shitty tatts?

jamwildway

jamwildway said on the 9th May, 2012

DJ Hertz is actually alright!!!! Once he hit the 100hr mark he started mixing up his set with some Hip Hop, Nirvana and Grease Lightning. Although I wish he would stop MCing because its destorting the feed.

Gruso

Gruso said on the 9th May, 2012

He's singing Summer Nights.

http://i.imgur.com/SUCJP.gif

Ben Royal

Ben Royal said on the 9th May, 2012

Can't say I'm loving the tunes. Grease soundtrack, Vengaboys and electro-rap all within 30 minutes.

macc4

macc4 said on the 9th May, 2012



he's not even black

Flathead_21

Flathead_21 said on the 9th May, 2012

Gruso wins the internet

Dante

Dante said on the 9th May, 2012

This guy just lazily left a 4 beat loop running for a good 3 minutes while he sat there talking to his mates. He seems completely disinterested in what he's doing. Poor form.

RunningWithScissors

RunningWithScissors said on the 9th May, 2012

in The Industry that's referred to as "minimal"

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 9th May, 2012

lovin it, stay strong.

special ed

special ed said on the 9th May, 2012

so the live stream is mysteriously "unavailable" at the moment.
jus sayin

RunningWithScissors

RunningWithScissors said on the 9th May, 2012

IT WAS ALL A DREAM


dude could be using some of his accrued rest time vOv

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 10th May, 2012

so is he still going????

DjAppollo

DjAppollo said on the 10th May, 2012

It isn't really djing nowadays anyway. It's button pushing lol. I 'd like to see these record attempters use vinyl? I would like to see them fit 7 days worth of vinyl into their record cases? Dj = Disc Jockey , not mp3 , wav file button pushing. All the best with your world record attempt, in any regard. Who's paying for the drug TAB? ROFL!

annie2069

annie2069 said on the 10th May, 2012

what's up with the sound? Anyone else having problems?

mute

mute said on the 10th May, 2012



Yeah, theres been about 5 days of problems with the sound...

:-*

special ed

special ed said on the 10th May, 2012

well the dude is doing a good job of staying awake for 128 hrs so far, if nothing else

gonefishin

gonefishin said on the 11th May, 2012

it takes a pretty capable individual to fuckaround with knobs and buttons like that, respect where respect is due i say

special ed

special ed said on the 11th May, 2012

so . is this dude still goin or what?, if he is surely he's close now?

Flathead_21

Flathead_21 said on the 11th May, 2012



From all accounts, he isn't fucking around with any knobs (expect his own), and rarely pressing buttons

plan-b

plan-b said on the 11th May, 2012

I just got here. Poor cunt looks like he's been on a 10 day drug bender and is about to keel over and die.

b_bop

b_bop said on the 11th May, 2012

How underwhelming. My compliments to the shabs dealer.

Gruso

Gruso said on the 11th May, 2012

http://i.imgur.com/p5qcc.gif

special ed

special ed said on the 11th May, 2012

well, apparently he has the world record?
i cant even tell if its the same guy in the video.
underwhelming is an understatement

SANDSHREW

SANDSHREW said on the 12th May, 2012


WHERE THE FUCK IS TIMMY TRUMPET

Hypnosis

Hypnosis said on the 12th May, 2012

Destroyed the record. Good job mate!!!!!!!!!!

crabman

crabman said on the 12th May, 2012

So it's ok to take breaks and sit on your phone during these things eh? I guess real DJs do it all the time so why not.

plan-b

plan-b said on the 12th May, 2012



I do it all the time when I'm at Family

KingWicked

KingWicked said on the 12th May, 2012



Is there 150 hours of decent house?

special ed

special ed said on the 12th May, 2012

well congrats dj hertz on breaking the world record for staying awake for 150 hours whilst videoing yourself listening to music.
i haven't felt this proud since cathy freeman announced she was a lesbian

you deserve a well earned rest. nigh nigh

mlirosi

mlirosi said on the 14th May, 2012

i have been a huge dj hertz fan from day one he deserves all the glory that is to come his way

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