Watch Ukraine's Nastia DJ at her daughter's Bring Your Parents To Class Day
So f'in cute.
This December 3 and 4 a new techno event is launching in Melbourne and Sydney called Tell No Tales, hosting some legends of the game like Ricardo Villalobos, Pan-Pot, Audion, Agents Of Time and the Nastia (more info HERE). Ukraine-based DJ/producer Nastia is experiencing a rapid rise through the ranks in recent times, thanks to a relentless touring schedule and also her own vinyl label, Propaganda, which has been championed by the likes of Richie Hawtin, Sven Vath, Marcel Dettmann and more.
Last week she posted the below super cute video of when she visited her daughter's school for Bring Your Parents To School day, offering a little instructional for the students on how to DJ with vinyl. You probably can't understand what she's saying, but she posted the video to Facebook with the following message:
"Last friday before autumn school holidays have started in Ukraine the teacher of the 3rd class (where my daughter Uli is studiying) has offered to the parents to make last day of lessons about their professions, so she asked me to be one of five teachers. I was not lazy to bring a part of my home studio to the school and talk about DJing. I have explained to the children what is DJing about, who is a DJ, how equipment works and what is the meaning in playing electronic music from vinyls. It was cool to introduce them to the esthetics of wax and give them a try to touch and control my setup. That was so much happy time, emotional and inspiring moments. I will never ever forget this experience and I am very much grateful for our teacher Neonila for an opportunity to talk to the young listeners and maybe dance music lovers or even professional musicians/dj's in the future. Later on I'll share another video where you'll see happy interested kids playing with it as much as they could."
Not only is it gosh darn adorable, a few of us could probably take a thing or two from actually making the effort to try DJing with vinyl where you can: