New Jersey’s dance music scene has been dominated by the electronic dance music (EDM) scene for a while now.
And now, with the rise of the electronic music phenomenon, the dance music world is in a whole new era.
Dance clubs are becoming more mainstream, more accessible, and more welcoming to both new and returning fans.
Many dance clubs in New Jersey are owned by a local family, like the Jazzy Family in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
The Jazzys have been in the business since the 1970s and have a very successful club scene, with multiple awards for DJ performances.
In the early 2000s, dance clubs like the Stonewall in Camden and the Electric Forest in Portland, Oregon, also went digital, releasing tracks on CD-R.
These artists were able to create an instant hit and sold out shows in record time.
Now, in the early part of this decade, there is an explosion of new electronic music artists releasing tracks and albums on CD and streaming.
“With the explosion of music that is being released and the fact that people are able to buy music online, it’s going to be really interesting to see what happens,” said Michael Pach, who works as the head of digital and creative production at the New Brunswick-based music-streaming service Go Daddy.
“I can see that a lot of these artists are going to have the opportunity to make a lot more money because they can just stream it.
“We are going into this next era, and I think the old clubs will continue to die off because there will be no new dance clubs. “
“As people start to be able to access music online and stream music online in record times, you’re going the other direction of old clubs dying off.””
As people start to be able to access music online and stream music online in record times, you’re going the other direction of old clubs dying off.”