As you're reading this, I am sure there has been a time where you wanted to prove to a promoter and the patrons you are the real deal at your first DJ gig. Your first DJ gig with any new promoter or event is vital to make a great first impression, and first impressions always last. It determines whether there will be a future for you with that promoter or event. This blog is all about your performance in a DJ set, and why we all need to play to our time slots.
DJ mixes are like an employee’s resume for a job interview; they show experience, your style, sound, genre and give you an insight into who you are as a DJ. They have to be great to get the attention and keep the attention of people to rack up the plays, likes, gain fans and to get DJ gigs. In this blog, I will suggest ways that can help you create great DJ mixes. This is the way I do my mixes and has worked for me over the last 9 years of DJing, so I think this will benefit you.