Friday Roundup: 10 Tips For Throwing An Illegal Warehouse Party

Phil Morse | Read time: 2 mins
Last updated 7 November, 2017

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Thump has advice on how to throw your very own illegal warehouse party, not that we’d ever advise anyone breaking the law you understand, but it’s good to see how the other half operates, right? This and more stories in our Friday Roundup today…

Loads of interesting stuff for you from around the web this week… from DJs being hit for refusing requests to advice on how to throw illegal parties to a compendium of distinctly weird raves, the Friday Round up has a certain edgy feel to it! Hope you enjoy our selection, and please be good this weekend… and if you can’t be good, don’t get caught! 😉

  1. 10 Tips For Throwing An Illegal Warehouse Party – It’s never a career move, or even advisable, but throwing underground parties is something many club DJs will tell you they’ve been involved with at some point in their careers… Read more
  2. DJ Dan Attacked For Not Playing Request – Take heart if you feel you’re constantly being pestered to play inappropriate music – it happens at all levels of DJing. DJ City has the story Read more
  3. 18 Headphone Brands Ranked From Worst To First – It’s for consumers rather than DJs, but this is a fun and well produced article from Time, with a few surprises… Read more
  4. Best Mash-up Mix Ever Gets A Video – If you don’t know As Heard On Radio Soulwax Pt 2 from 2ManyDJs, you’re in for a treat. And if you do… it now has a video! Watch it
  5. Felix Da Housecat On Digital DJing – Great video interview from DJ Tech Tools with a modern legend Read more
  6. Six Clubbing Experiences Just As Weird As Lunchtime Raves – Over the years, rave culture had, ahem, reached out from its weekend nighttime roots, as this In the Mix piece identifies… Read more
  7. Why It’s Better To Know Your Music Than Plan A DJ Set – Good advice from the always-reliable Traktor Tips Read more

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