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Drink party with Kon & Amir yesterday at the Superfly Records store




Our friends Soulist and Freeworker from the What The Funk crew called us on monday and offered to bring Kon & Amir and some selected friends to the store for a drink (thanks to them!). We only announced the 'event' at the end of the afternoon on Paris DJs and on our facebook page and a few hours later the shop was packed with clients, fans, DJs, and of course the legendary beat-diggers from brooklyn Kon & Amir. Both guys are 100% cool and friendly and we were very glad to have them visiting us!!

Here are a few pictures taken by yours truly - I'm no real photographer so don't be harsh... and see you soon at the store!


Kon & Amir with a big smile. Maybe due to all the fantastic records they had dug at the store?

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A blurry photo.... some of you might recognize Jean St Jean, Grant Phabao, Amir, Aurélio from Starwax...

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Kon diggin' in the Superfly Records crates!

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L'Aroye and Frank RPM listening to some rare latin grooves

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Nick V checking the disco racks...

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From left to right : Kon, Freeworker, Soulist, Amir, Julien Lebrun

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Superb smile from Aurélio (Starwax Magazine)

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The funky French president DJ Soulist during one of his favorite activites: checking some records!

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Soulist, Freeworker and Amir discussing the glory of vinyl records...
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