What is you body language sending to your audience when you're at a gig? Are you sure that your smile is perceived as genuine? What does the speed of your movements say about you? Do you have the right amount of eye contact?
Venues are like any other business in that they have a culture associated with them and a hierarchy that you must come to respect and understand. Public venues in particular have Occupational Health and Safety concerns, security issues, public liability, liquor licencing and a whole host of rules and regulations that they must adhere to. So how does that affect the average DJ? Do Your Research Venues that have regular entertainment .
There’s nothing worse than a DJ that ignores the most fundamental requirement of being a DJ, keeping the crowd happy and entertained. Playing to the crowd seems obvious but I am sure we have all seen times when the DJ is seemingly oblivious to the down-turned, unhappy faces and patrons leaving the venue in droves. In fact there are plenty of examples of famous DJ’s being kicked off the decks because they were .