| Discos in London
| DJs in London
Music is the main thing, and any professional Mobile Dj service
needs a huge collection of music from a verity of different genres.
For a great party, the DJs knowledge of this music is essential.
The DJ needs the experience to know which tunes will get people
heading for the dance floor and leave out the tunes that will get
people heading for the exit.
During an average party the DJ only has time for about 70 tunes
and so there's no room for error, every tune that's played has to
be a winner. If its a family party Like a Wedding, Anniversary,
or Engagement party the audience will most likely be a mix of ages,
so a selection of the most commercial chart hits and the greatest
floor filling classics of the past will probably be the best tune
selection. On the other hand if its an 18th birthday party with
nobody over the age of 25 present then music mix will probably be
less commercial, much more up to date and include club, dance or
indie music etc.
Retro Music party DJ's 70s discos 80s DJs
Retro parties are becoming more popular all the time, and are when
the DJ plays smash hit music from the past. Some of the Retro parties
we have done in the past include 50's rock and roll and music from
the swinging 60's nights. Today the most popular party themes are
70's disco or 80's pop Night parties.
70's Disco Music is always a crowd pleaser at a wedding party,
Abba will get gran on the dance floor with her teenage gran kids
and Y.M.C.A is a all time classic party dance. Other classic seventies
disco classics come from acts like Hugh's corporation, Rolls Royce,
Barry White, Edwin Star, Dan Hartman, and soul and funk from the
stylistics, Hamelton Bohanon and James Brown. This list of 70's
disco acts is almost endless but the seventies also provided us
with Glam rock and Punk rock, both great themes if you want to dress
up for your 70s theme party.
If you are organising a 80's party and need a DJ that was actually
playing these records when in the charts call us for a great 80's Disco
deal. If you or your guests ask for a request and it goes down well the DJ will know lots of other similar tracks that were in the charts at the same time. We started filling dance floors way bay in 1978 and performed at 80's parties right
through the whole decade of dance and cheesy pop tunes. The 80's
gave us loads of great music to choose from as well as some very
Dodgy 80's number ones. Its usually
best to focus on the good stuff and leave tunes like 'Shut up your
face' or the Chicken song' by Spitting image to one side. It was a huge number
one for two weeks in 1987 but the Firm's Star Trekkin can bodly go back into the record box.