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A World Record Was Broken For The Largest B2B DJ Mix In Sydney Last Night

Written by Sam Murphy on October 22, 2016

Sydney crew Stoney Roads have set a world record for the largest B2B DJ Mix in Sydney last night.

In order to beat the world record they had to have 134 DJs play one song each, mixing into the last 30 seconds of the song before them, and they bloody did it.

Not only did they beat the world record but they smashed it, adding another 13 DJs to the world record which now stands at 147.

It all went down in Redfern yesterday and spanned over 10 hours with more DJs filtering through the place than a day at Tomorrowland* (*cannot confirm).

Stoney Roads have now earned a place in the iconic Guinness Book of World Records which is the home of iconic records like Most Big Macs Confirmed In A Lifetime and Stretchiest Skin.

The successful world record attempt was streamed on their Facebook and you can watch some of it below.

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