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 …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
February 27, 2012
I discovered raves and techno music back in 1991 when I was living in Orlando, Florida. Nightclubs like AAHZ at the Beachem Theatre and The Edge provided my introduction into the DJ scene. My love affair continued in 1992 when I moved to Virginia where the music scene thrived in close by Washington D.C. and Baltimore. Back then we were fans of all of the music and really didn’t care about classifying different styles or genres. We were very fortunate that the promoters booked very diverse DJs and Live acts, therefore giving us the exposure to many different types of music styles. I loved it all, but being from Florida and having b-boy roots made it very easy for me to gravitate toward the breaks. It was a good time for it, because so much was being produced in Florida, California, Baltimore, and even Texas. The U.K. was even killing …