DJS Spinning Live To Entertain The Masses
DJS from around the world have been taking to the ‘netwaves’ to show off their skills and entertain a world on lock down.
Whether it’s professional working DJS/Producers or bedroom DJs, today’s technology allows anyone to ‘go live’ with all kinds of effects (from the most expensive to the free) that make for some really entertaining broadcasts.
From the big names to small, well-known to little-known, DJS from around the world are vying for eyeballs. Many do it for fun, many who are in the business use these broadcasts to keep their ‘brand’ in people’s minds so that when we can all get out of our ‘virtual’ clubs, we’ll want to go see them at a real one. Some do it just because, well, like the rest of us, they’re bored out of their minds if they don’t have another gig.
Viewers translate into possible gigs for the savvy DJ, adding more followers gives the DJ more ammo to get more money for a gig, after all, they are increasing their visibility and that visibility means more people would be willing to see that DJ at an event. DJS can use these broadcasts down the line to help solidify or convince a promoter their value or, add more to it.
These broadcasts also help the festivals stay as relevant as they can now that many of them are canceled. As you’ll see below, some ‘festivals’ are going ‘virtual’. Great festivals like Ultra, Coachella and more are cancelled or hopefully, postponed to a ‘safer’ date.
Whether it’s a bedroom DJ who does it for fun and the love of it or a DJ who does it for a living, there’s a tremendous amount of styles and varieties out there on any given night.
The production values range from major multi-camera broadcasts to one camera on the DJ doin’ their thing.
Fans of DnB, you have tons of choices; house heads, no shortage of DJS; EDM, trap, dubstep, progressive house, trance…. there’s your big names and no names side by side. There’s also open format, classc R&B, disco, old school, new school, rock n’ roll, hip-hop DJs… look if you’re into ukulele music played by a midget upside down left-handed… there’s something for everyone.
So, if those 2,000 channels on cable or satellite just aren’t cutting it for you, there’s at least another 10,000 channels [both] amateur and professionally produced of DJS to watch live or on demand.
There’s DJS spinning vinyl, 45’s, digital, talking, hosting and keeping people entertained throughout these times.
While we have our resident DJS mixes archived on demand with their tracklists in our app and HERE on our website, we thought it’d be cool to feature some of the others from around the world.
With streams a plenty, check out some of the best we featured on our socials this past weekend below.