Real DJs?


#1

I’m wondering…

Which places have real DJs? I’m asking this because I was at Twins (basement right next to ChungHsiao b[/b] DunHwa b[/b]* MRT stop) and noticed that the DJ didn’t even have a pair of headphones. On closer inspection, I found that one of the cd “turntables” wasn’t even turned on. Judging from how none of the people there seemed to mind/notice, I’m guessing this is pretty prevalent.

Any comments?

*Go ahead and flame me for my romanization…this debate has reached the point of ridiculousness.


#2

on the few occasions i’ve been there Room 18 has some real DJs. real DJs often follow the real money. of course cheeseballs also follow the real money, and i think Room 18 gets both.

they had some ugly hairy plump British DJ that played some proper booty-shaking business the other night, and he, Dom-T, was real.

i don’t know too much about this stuff though.


#3

Good suggestion if’n you like hip-hop.

Read That magazine for house and electronica.

That nega


#4

what kind of music are you into? if hiphop, you will want to check out 2F or B1,2F is the former @live and B1 is located near the Mormon church in JingShan b[/b] South Rd.


#5

I thought 2F was closed? Along with TeXound, casualties of the anti-ecstasy crusade…

You might also want to try out Deep.


#6

i made the mistake of going to carnegies by the far eastern hotelplex. they had a white guy spinning. come to think of it, they had a white guy working the door too.
how do you get a work permit to do job like that?