DO DJS LOOK TO TRY PIONEERING NEW DANCE BEATS OR TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF SONGS, IN THEIR SET LISTS, BOTH IN ORDER TO APPEAL MORE GUYS ON THE DANCE FLOOR?
We are aware that generally DJ sets are all night long, it’s an all night long party. Beat by beat, dancing stops only at the dawn. With all of those dance numbers thrown in the sets, what’s the best a DJ can try? Is trying new things out possible during the DJ sets?
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Taken for granted that people go attend the disco clubs only to have fun, every drum beat played – old and new – makes no difference: the most important exciting thing is the noise, the crowd, the drinks, the company … !!
All is in the DJ’s hands, literally, coz he decides what groove, how loud and how “usual” or “trendy” the music set should be played in.
Of course, the harder one piece music is to dance, the emptier the dance floor gets: the “thermometer” of the dance fever is the number of people standing up and dancing. In addition to this, it’s known that within the hottest dancers there usually are guys who are allowed to go on the DJ booth to compliment with the DJs.
Seen they’re hosted in other’s clubs, they might be given more stuff to spin, like demos, samples: this way they try new things out. How can people notice it? If the new groove is just “new” it means it was never heard before and the disco club “regulars” do hear it: if their “response” sounds positive DJ carries on with throwing new things in.
The positive reaction of the attendees of the local dance floors encourages DJs to more frequently play unheard drumbeats and this can appeal to other performers, who may decide to deal with the “brave” DJs to make a record together. Putting on the turntable new grooves enables a chain reaction in the music industry: the new material recorded might arrive as a new entry on top of the charts, shaking the everything.
In terms of positive reactions (economical, too, if their before-tested drum beats grow as number ones everywhere), having “brave DJs” in the disco clubs is more than a wish.
Their tentative of making their set lists longer is a good thing for the Guinness World Records Book and it directly satisfies the guys dancing in the venues and, however, they pay their entrance tickets to dance, more importantly: the new drumbeats tests happen to be just a plus, the cherry on the ice. (… but what a cherry… LOL)
So, we hope DJs would often find the chance to be encouraged to test the dance floor and to try out “live” their brand new beats, by improvising.
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