December 12, 2013
Everybody already knows that the DJ does. It doesn’t take more than the iconic photo of a DJ with headphones for someone to understand what their job is. Their job is to provide music at an event, and hopefully they leave the audience feeling like they have listened to something special. This is what their job entails on a very basic level. When you think of it at a deeper level, they DJ has so much more to do. Their job is really to entertain the crowd by whatever means are necessary. I think this is where the digital argument has gotten us today – the means by which the DJ mixes is not as important as their role a DJ.
Do people come to clubs and events to be scared? No. Do they come to be left in awe? Yes. By the end of the night, the DJ will …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
March 9, 2012
Every DJ should have a secret weapon track or two that unleashes a frenzy on the dance floor. By “frenzy” I mean a track that makes them scream when you bring in the mix or the drop. For me personally, I play to all types of crowds and I have a genuine desire to keep them all on the dance floor especially at peak hour.
My philosophy is simple. Make the ladies sweat. For some reason when you have the women on the dance floor constantly moving, dancing, screaming, and singing lyrics at the top of their lungs (or equally as hot, with their eyes closed), EVERY ONE is probably going to have a good time. To be extremely clear, I am not trying to be chauvinistic, perverted or discriminating in any way whatsoever, having played Pride events also. It’s just that in my experiences those secret weapon floor fillers …
March 22, 2011
Have you ever been at an event where a DJ was mixing and you thought about making a request? Your answer will say a lot about you for sure. I know I should be more specific in asking but I want to break it down in all instances according to my own somewhat humiliating, but mostly self-entertaining experiences. There is a time and place for everything and the best thing to do first is listen to what is actually being played before you muster up the courage to ask for your song. Let’s explore some scenarios.
I KNOW THE DJ
So you go in to the club where your friend is spinning and you’re ready to have a great time because the place is always busy, everyone’s a super model and the music is fresh. You want to find your groove but you can’t until you hear your song so …