12 bit Blues Online Scratch Battle Results!

Kid Koala - 12 bit Blues Online Scratch Battle Results!

So the results of Kid Koala's 12 bit Blues Online Scratch Battle are in! After many hours of video watching and deliberation, Kid Koala's panel of 3 judges (Dan The Automator, RJD2 and DJ D-Styles) have selected the winner, and we are happy to announce that DJ Brace will receive a brand new SIXTY TWO mixer courtesy of RANE - congratulations!

From Koala - "There were many incredible, creative, and often hysterical entries - thank you all for participating! To all the other entrants, hit me up next time I play in your town and I'll take ya out for pizza!"

You can watch all the entries here.



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