The definition of a true musical moment is that when you’re in the thick of ONE, it really seems like it’s never going to end. I’ve combed through my collections most recent arrivals, and in this two part post, will be looking back on 2016 with music. Picking up from where we left off last week, the tracks below are my top picks from Techno of all shades, bass, among other noises. Next week’s podcast will be a two hour special and you will get a chance to hear some, if not all of these tracks in the mix.
Are you happy with the results of your Marketing and Promotional activities as a DJ? If you feel you can do better, I’ve compiled five golden nuggets in the following infographic.
The year was 1857, and a man named Leon Scott invented the phonoautograph, the first device to record sound. This invention was followed by the phonographic cylinder by Thomas Edison, which allowed the playback of recorded sounds. Little did these two men phatom the magnitude of their inventions. They didn’t invent a machine; the birthed the music industry. The term disc jockey, or DJ was not coined until 1930. And the first man to use turntables to keep music playing continuously was Jimmy Saville, who in 1943 played jazz records “back-to-back” for his guests. This infographic explores the history of the DJ.