Danny Tenaglia sells hoodies. Judge Jules does personalised happy birthday messages for the curious sum of £123.67. Carl Cox wrote a book, Derrick Carter sold his old equipment and Steve Lawler took $31 a time to tell you he thought your record was crap.

DJs, it seems, are proving surprisingly adaptable when it comes to making money during the pandemic, but this is probably the most curious one I’ve seen yet. Atlanta based house producer Kai Alcé is now selling premium glasses branded with his name.

Yes, for just $260, (add $40 for tinted lenses plus delivery costs) you too can look like Mr Alcé himself. I’m not sure it gives you the musical talents he has, but I do notice that Mr Louie Vega approves…

Well, I’ve heard of people keeping an eye on what sells, but this is on another level…

By The Editor

Editor-in-chief at Amateur’s House.

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