Your opinion on the Dj's doing sets alone somewhere phenomenon

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Guetta did it on top of the 7 star hotel. What it cost to purchase he probably gets within 30 minutes.

Opulent but soulless and lacks the charm which made Tchami's rooftop set good
 

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An early heads-up for anyone wanting to catch this performance by the son of the Monopoly Man on Saturday. I'm curious to see how many people he's trying to get to jump along with him. When he bounces backwards like so, I like to imagine Jim McDonald walking down from Parliament Buildings in his army fatigues, taking the safety catch off of his loaded M60.

I actually revisit this clip daily just to get pissed off. He sucks so bad it's almost criminal, son of Monopoly man hah



Edit: I actually looked up the full set. The opening floored me when you see his audience is two adults, a child and an old person in a wheelchair, who you see fleeing the scene soon after the music starts

 
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I actually revisit this clip daily just to get pissed off. He sucks so bad it's almost criminal, son of Monopoly man hah



Edit: I actually looked up the full set. The opening floored me when you see his audience is two adults, a child and an old person in a wheelchair, who you see fleeing the scene soon after the music starts

I love how they didn't bother filming the audience in the latter half of the video. There probably was no one else.

I'm not against anyone performing in public spaces, but playing uptempo trance in the middle of the day in front of a parliament building just appears to be of poor taste. It screams attention-seeking.
 
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I love how they didn't bother filming the audience in the latter half of the video. There probably was no one else.

I'm not against anyone performing in public spaces, but playing uptempo trance in the middle of the day in front of a parliament building just appears to be of poor taste. It screams attention-seeking.
Interesting to see that trance in public is considered "in poor taste." Not sure if we would have the same reaction if they had played hip hop or trap or something else.
 

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Yeah its poor taste for sure. The majority of the public do not like Trance and thats understandable. It's so banging, loud, overly intense and often obnoxious. There's nothing palatable about it for the average person, especially when your'e just walking down the street trying to do some shopping.