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Discos and Disc Jockeys

Discos and Disc Jockeys

Audio Events – Visit the website here

Location: 33 Oakdale Glen HG1 2JY – Phone: 01423 525 600
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Blue Duck Events – Visit the website here

Location: Harrogate, Ripon, Knaresborough – Phone: 07734 189070
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Club Class Entertainment – Visit the website here

Location: Unit 6, Moor Farm Buildings, Moor Ln, York YO19 5XD – Phone: 01904 378370
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Dj Mike Robson – Visit the website here

Location: Market Pl, Masham, Ripon HG4 4EF – Phone: 07863 169948
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Jonny Ross Music – Visit the website here

Location: 22 Bower Rd, Harrogate HG1 5BW – Phone: 0800 689 1547
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Knaresborough mobile discos and roadshows – Visit the website here

Location: 48 Woodfield drive, Knaresborough HG1 4LS – Phone: 07779176720
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Nidderdale DJ Services – Visit the website here

Location: Ashfield Ct Rd, Pateley Bridge, Harrogate HG3 5JN – Phone: 01423 712418
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YORKSHIRE DJ BEATS – Yorkshires Best Wedding DJs – Visit the website here

Location: Kingsley Cl, Harrogate HG1 4RA – Phone: 07711 990034
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Discos and Disc Jockeys

Disco is a genre of dance music and a subculture that emerged in the 1970s from the United States’ urban nightlife scene. Its sound is typified by four-on-the-floor beats, syncopated basslines, string sections, horns, electric piano, synthesizers, and electric rhythm guitars.

A disc jockey, more commonly abbreviated as DJ, is a person who plays recorded music for an audience. Types of DJs include radio DJs who host programs on music radio stations, club DJs who work at a nightclub or music festival, mobile DJs who are hired to work at public and private events such as weddings, parties, or festivals, and turntablists who use record players, usually turntables, to manipulate sounds on phonograph records. Originally, the “disc” in “disc jockey” referred to shellac and later vinyl records, but nowadays DJ is used as an all-encompassing term to also describe persons who mix music from other recording media such as cassettes, CDs or digital audio files on a CDJ, controller, or even a laptop. DJs may adopt the title “DJ” in front of their real names, adopted pseudonyms, or stage names.

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