What music do you play?
We play the music that keeps the people dancing and
While we don’t have, per say, a set ‘list’ of
songs to play every night, we do have a huge list of
songs that usually works well at most functions.
It’s the combination of these selections with
requests from the floor and songs specifically
picked out, beforehand, by the Organizers or by the
Bride & Groom, which makes each party truly special
This ‘blend’ works well night after night and
gives each event a unique and personal touch and a
busy dance floor.
Do you play the unedited versions of songs that
contain profane language?
We do not play these versions of those
particular hit songs.
Our music leasing company, Multi Music
Services, supplies us with edited versions that have
cleaned up or removed those questionable lyrics.
Because we play for people of all ages, we
feel it is necessary to air songs that are
acceptable to all groups.
Will your DJ’s keep talking on the microphone over
the music all night?
DJ’s pretend they are on the radio and carry
on endlessly with their yackety-yak over the music,
our DJ’s have all had on-air experience as
announcers and know that most people want to hear
the music – not the blabbering.
For most events we will use the microphones for the
essential elements and let the music do the talking.
However, we do have fun working with the
crowd, engaging with them to break the ice and
getting involved in some popular and/or novelty
Our aim is to make your guests feel comfortable by
reading out requests, dedications and all the
announcements such as Introductions of the Wedding
Party, Throwing of the Bouquet and Garter, Cake
Cutting and anything else that is required
throughout the evening.
But we do fully understand that the music is
the most important element and what drives the
Will your DJ’s show up in tee shirts and jeans?
DJ’s dress accordingly.
At formal events, such as Weddings,
Anniversaries, Graduation Parties and Fundraising
Galas, our DJ’s wear suits and ties while, at
informal events, like Buck & Doe’s, Parties, Kids
Dances and Picnics, they dress in sport casual wear
and shirts with collars.
They are friendly and respectful to all
guests and do not use foul and racist language or
display poor humour
we still bring some of our own CD's for you to play?
you wish, you are welcome to bring any CD's of your
Our DJ's can easily mix in your special picks when
they fit in with the flow or are needed for special
time do you play the first dance?
Whenever you want us to. The average time is between
8.30pm and 9.00pm, but we will wait for your cue on
the night as Weddings rarely run perfectly to
schedule and it is hard to agree on a precise time
prior to the evening.
The first song generally begins a few minutes
or so after the Bride and Groom have finished making
their final thank-you speeches after dinner.
However, each event is never quite the same
as some dances begin before 8:00 pm or after 9:00
Do you share the names of your clients on the
avoid any lack of privacy issues, and out of total
respect for the utmost complete privacy, we do not
publish or share any personal names of our clients
on our website.
In the same respect, to ensure total privacy,
we guarantee you that we will not publish or share
any photos from functions or events that we are
What time do you normally finish?
We finish whenever you want us to. The most popular
finish time is between midnight and 1:00 am but it’s
your choice. If you wish to continue after 1:00 am
there may be a slight charge, depending on how much
longer you wish to go.
Remember to check with your venue as to what
time the bar shuts, what time the music and/or
entertainment must finish and, if applicable, what
time we need to vacate the building by.