With the sheer number of music streaming services available online it can be tricky to find the one that suits you best for your housemusic playlist needs.
DJing is a tricky thing to get started with, not just because of the complexities of the act itself, but the wide variety of equipment that you’ll need to get a hold of.
There are so many pages and channels we need to think of these days and engage and grow audiences on it becomes overwhelming. In this post we look at the best accounts to follow for DJs and Producers.
There is a huge dance and house culture in the UK. House came over here pretty early on in the death of disco era and it spread like a house on fire. Get it? House.
Playlist DJ’s used to be called ‘Deep House to Oldskool’ back when we first started our Facebook page in 2013. We’ve since set up across all of Social Media and have an engaged and growing audience of 40,000 to date.
We are all aware of the basic concept of a DJ, but how many of you are familiar with how it all started?
In December of 1978 famous club Studio 54 was stormed by New York police. Many believe that this is where the story of house music began.
This week seen the start of something fresh for The Playlist DJ’s.
My name is Gary and I run the Playlist DJ’s. This is a hobby project that offically started 19th December, 2013 when I opened my first housemusic Facebook page.
The Playlist DJ’s was formed in around 2011 by Gary Farmer as a hobby project and is now taking shape to be a hub for all things housemusic.