These Aussie DJs Have Officially Set A New Guinness World Record
Written by Zanda Wilson on 7th September, 2017
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In October last year a group of DJs in Redfern embarked on a sacred quest to bust the Guiness World Record for the longest b2b relay set, and now finally the group have been officially certified as world record holders.
The group of 147 Sydney-based DJs included the likes of Swindail, Kinder and Polographia, and was organised by Stoney Roads in cooperation with V Energy MoVement.
The set went for eight hours at 107 Projects in Redfern on October 21st 2016, and to break the record DJs were required to each play one track as well as mixing into their track from the previous one.
The previous record was held by a group of DJs from Singapore and included the participation of 133 DJs.
Confirmation from the Guinness World Records offices came through this week, allowing the DJs to finally celebrate the accomplishment almost a year on.
Check out some of the clips from the successful world record-breaking attempt, below.
Image: Twitter / Stoney Roads