Looking for a DJ for hire?
Do you need a Wedding DJ, a corporate DJ, a 1hr set of funky deep house or a 20 minute DMC-worthy Hip Hop routine? Knowing the difference between what you want and what you need is a struggle we live with on a daily basis. I am reminded of last night in the confectionary isle. The struggle is real. DJs in Melbourne and DJs in Sydney, heck DJs everywhere should know what they’re about and what they’re suited to. Almost all the time the not-so-professional types will agree to anything, and everything they shouldn’t.
You’ll inevitably get yesses from DJs who should have said no, if you don’t know what you need. These DJs for hire just want your money, they don’t care about much else. They’ll fake it, they’ll bring low quality ripped MP3s and poor equipment (or none at all!). They will turn up late or be embarrassingly drunk or obnoxious. They’ll also probably be terrible at DJing all together.
Of all the DJs in Sydney, finding the right solution can be like finding a stylus in a haystack. I literally just high fived myself for that pun. I should write about how to find a DJ for weddings or something.
The question remains, who is the best DJ Sydney based, for your event? How do you know what you want? Start thinking like this; It’s two weeks after your event. Your memories of watching Glenn from accounts smashing the Harlem Shake on the dancefloor have earned him a trophy from the CEO. Receptionist Marlene’s endless requests for the Macarena had everyone in stitches (but your DJ only tastefully played it once, success!). Gareth from IT is a metal head through and through but walked out with a smile as wide as his anime collection. Not because he heard any Dimmu Borgir (it’s not likely we would ever subject you to that) but because he had a good time. Why did all of this happen? Was it the h’or d’oeuvres? Nope. Was it the security? Most likely not. Was it the awards presentations or the speeches? Yours was particularly amazing of course, but no.
The music for was the key underlying element in the vibe of the evening. Gareth didn’t even dance, he sat and talked and laughed with new people he hadn’t met before. Why? Everyone else was having a good time. The music contributed to the vibe and the atmosphere. That’s a good party DJ.
Good music can be like the pyramids, impressive, breathtaking, emotionally captivating. However, a good hire DJ for an event can be a lot like good makeup. If it’s done well, sometimes people won’t even notice. They will carry about their night having a good time, because everyone else is. This is why we’re experts. Don’t waste your time with amateur DJs for hire, ask us what to do before you hire a DJ, drop us a line now and see how we can turn your event into a complete success.