When it comes to club dancing, the world has its own rules.
But the dance world has changed drastically since the late 90s, when the trend exploded and the world was more interested in the music industry than the dance industry.
It’s hard to say exactly how much the dance culture has changed in the intervening time.
And we’ve got a whole new generation of people coming in.
But when you talk to dancers, they all say the same thing: clubbing has become much more accessible, much more mainstream, and they feel they can do it.
So, with that said, dance music in general has definitely changed over the years.
But what about dance clubs?
The Dance Music News article says, “A new dance club trend is slowly being realized: DJs are being hired to make club nights.”
That’s not to say that dance clubs are no longer being run by DJs.
As long as DJs are paying them and making them money, it makes sense to pay them.
That’s because DJs get paid to put on shows and DJ sets, which is what they’re doing now.
It also makes sense that a DJ would want to promote the club.
But a club is still a club, so it’s worth paying DJs a fair wage, especially if you’re not a DJ yourself.
The article goes on to say, “But the trend isn’t limited to dance clubs.
Even if DJs have their own clubs, clubs can still make money by selling merchandise and merch on their own.”
That sounds like the future of dance music.
There are other options as well.
The dance industry is a bit more complicated, but the article states, “Dance clubs have a history of using dance music as a marketing tool, a way to attract people who don’t necessarily dance to it, and it can also be used as a way for promoters to build their fan bases.”
It’s true that DJs may have their individual clubs.
But if you can sell music to people who aren’t into dance music and who are looking for something different, why wouldn’t you?
And with the growth of social media and Instagram and other social media, dance clubs have become an even more viable way for a dance music fan to connect with a dance club and listen to music.
In fact, according to the article, “There are hundreds of dance clubs in the U.S. with more than 30,000 dance music shows each year, and hundreds of those clubs are actively promoting dance music.”
So the trend of DJing clubs is spreading, but there are still plenty of other options.
I think that’s good news for dance music fans.
You can still dance, but you can also have a party and have friends.