If you were watching Martin Lewis on ITV’s show This Morning today, you’ll know about this fantastic scheme backed by the Government to help you save and earn great bonuses!
Most DJs dream of packing up their controller, headphones and record collection (okay, hard drive) and heading off to the sunny paradise of Ibiza and beyond to play to eager partygoers. Paul Hutchinson did just that and continues to enjoy an adventurous life as a DJ and Producer after over 3 decades behind the decks. […]
With the announcement from the Prime Minister to ease the lockdown measures the NADJ Executive Committee have been looking at what this means for our industry.
We could start this article by talking about the hardships of this year and how the events industry is on its knees, but we’re sure that you’re fed up of hearing it by now — and know about it all too well. It’s time to grab this crazy situation by the horns and make the most of the ‘downtime’ to learn, network, streamline and grow as DJs… together.
If you’ve just about cleaned all of the equipment you can, organised your music collection ten times over and managed to find more home DIY than ever before, you’re probably looking for something a little more exciting to do.
Last night, the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak outlined the Governments plan to help the self-employed community. Here’s what we know so far…
Last night, Boris Johnson announced tough new sanctions to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 Coronavirus. The Prime Minister has declared a national emergency and has ordered everyone to stay at home and follow strict rules.
Let’s try and take some positives out of all the spare time we have available to us right now. Other than cleaning your disco equipment, making repairs to speaker cabinets or just checking all your wires, there are plenty of other projects you can invest your time into.
With the continuing challenges ahead with Coronavirus and the distancing measures put in place, the current Government decision to halt group based gatherings across the UK in all pubs, clubs, bars, event spaces and venues, excludes the DJ and entertainment industry from working.
Following Friday’s announcement to avoid large and small gatherings in public spaces, it is clear that the current planning of future branch sessions is inappropriate and in disregard of the current and ongoing government guidelines.