Posts Tagged ‘What to look for in a DJ’

Chatty Man?

20Feb13

Hi guys, Hope you’re all well, sorry I’ve not posted for a few weeks however its been pretty busy here with the influx of enquiries for 2013/14. Today I just wanted to throw some thoughts down onto virtual paper regarding the use of the microphone while performing. When talking with clients/couples one common question is about microphone usage and their desire […]


Hi folks, Hope you are all well and good this fine afternoon. Todays blog post isn’t directly related to any recent incident but it is something that time and time again comes up usually when dealing with guests rather than clients. Before I started DJing for what I would describe as “mainstream parties” I had […]


Hi everyone, Writing this blog post today from the warmth of a coffee shop overlooking a very frosty and wintry looking Gloucester. This weeks post is in reply to a suggestion from the fabulous Kirsten Butler from “The Little Wedding Helper” http://littleweddinghelper.co.uk/ Having worked with her I can say I’ve seen her magic first hand, a very talented […]


Afternoon folks As its a popular time of year for guys to get down on one knee, pop out a ring and ask the most nerve wrecking question he will ever ask and awaiting for what will seem like a lifetime for an answer I thought I would discuss what questions you should be asking […]


Evening from a very cold and soon to be snowy Cheltenham. Todays post is all about the first dance, its one of the areas that my bride and grooms have had vastly different ideas about. This year has seen some varied choices from the classics to the obscure and of course the custom one I created […]


Well yes anyone can be a DJ. In this day and age when “pro audio equipment” is cheaper than ever more and more people are taking it up and thinking “looks dead easy I can do that”. Now I always pride myself on always being positive so rather than address that directly I will instead […]