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And sometimes we play what we're asked and nothing happens, we put in a request that is really in the sort of genre that the client doesn't like but it gets the floor filled. You feel you can't win at times lol
Of course there are also some rubbish DJs who won't try to 'read' a crowd, or play what they want and don't take on client requests, but it's not always our fault!
I've seen many advertise for < £100 a night and some for £500. Guess which has more lights, organised games and screens to show photos they took during the evening? Guess which had a couple of sad looking lights and a laptop.
One that interacts with the guests and takes requests is good.
I can remember going to an anniversary party of a work colleague a few years ago and I think we were there to just make the numbers up anyway, as the room was half empty.
All the DJ played all night was reggae music and most of it I hadn't even heard of. I think the only song I recognised was "Baby come back" by UB40 and Pato Banton.
It was the most uncomfortable evening ever and one I wouldn't want to repeat!