About Me

I am a music lover. That’s the simplest way of putting it. In this blog, you will find endless information in every direction pertaining to all things DJ and how to use music to shift moods to your advantage. Many people sit and listen to the music, but DJ’s sit there processing everything that the artist is doing during a set. That’s why I am here. I will analyze, describe, and dissect all things music. From large music festivals and why they are so successful over others to figuring out why the “Top DJ’s” are actually, top DJ’s. From controversies in the music world from artists like Tiesto and him hiring artists to produce for him to the terrible DJ’s that ride other famous musicians to the top, I will find out what you want to know the second the public is aware of it.


The reason for which I am writing this blog is my addiction for producing and mixing great songs. My best memories are of me with my friends at a party, my computer, speakers, and my Pioneer controller. I simply love to see everyone jumping and forgetting about everything else and just having a great time, because of what I am doing. I like to think that I make a change, even though I press a few buttons, but with my years of experience I can enlighten you with techniques and strategies to make a set more entertaining.


In the end, my posts aim towards the already slightly knowledgeable DJ’s. However, you can still pop by and read a paragraph and learn something new. I’m not saying that you have to be a DJ to enjoy my blog, but if you do read it, you will begin to like the hobby more and more, I guarantee it.


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