What’s up Moosers,
It’s been five long years since I first started DJing and i’ve loved every second of it. I have always loved music, and DJing and producing has provided me an artistic outlet. There is no question that DJing has risen in popularity over the years. A couple decades ago, you would never see music festivals where the mainstage was dominated by DJs. Today it is common.
When I first started, I had no mentors and was left to figure things out for myself. This was both scary and exciting, but I managed to make it work and have been able to play at some of my favroite clubs such as Exchange in Los Angeles and Soundgarden Hall in Philadelphia.
I’ve learned some things that I wish I knew years ago, so I want to share some knowledge for those of you may be starting out as a DJ or think you want to. I made a guide called 10 Things You Should Do If You Want To Become A DJ, just follow the link for a free download. Based on my experience, you should do these things before booking your first gig. Let me know what you think in the comments, or shoot me an email at email@example.com.
Enjoy my friends.
AKA DJ Moose Trax
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