Archive for October 2015

A Look Inside Latin Music

Being a diverse DJ at Sound in Motion, I’ve had events that require some epic Latin songs to keep the party going. The biggest request I have working in the Bay Area have been for Banda and Cumbia. Although they are completely different from each other. Banda (more regional Mexico origin) consisting of a 16…

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The Sounds Of Variety At Your Event

Here at Sound In Motion, our training program covers A LOT of ground! One of the most fun, and interestingly, most challenging parts for our trainees is our Music History section. Within those units, our trainees are exposed to so much – from Baroque and BeBop to Trap and Twerk! One of the simple principles…

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What You Can Do For Cocktail & Dinner Music

Back in the ‘80s and early ‘90s days of mobile DJing, you’d always go to parties and hear the same thing for cocktail (and/or, God forbid…) dinner hour: elevator music. Whether it was the odious but necessary Kenny G and David Sanborn pap or the wildly popular at the time “New Age” music (noodling) of…

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Your Music At The Right Times Of The Event

Throughout the year we work with many different clients and of course music is top of mind for them. Some people love to give us a basic idea of what they like and let us run loose. Others give us a handful of favorites for dancing and then ask us to encourage requests from the…

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