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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?

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

Kon diggin' in the Superfly Records crates!

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

Nick V checking the disco racks...

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

Superb smile from Aurélio (Starwax Magazine)

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

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


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