It’s a competitive game – dance music. Millions of people are striving to break through but only a select few ever make it to the top of the pyramid.
The old adage “It’s not what you know but who you know that counts” couldn’t fit better. Sure; talent, motivation and enthusiasm are essential components in your rise to the top, but are they as important as good contacts?
Enter the DJ Blackbook – an essential guide to dance music circa 2010. DJ Blackbook is dance music’s Yellow Pages. It is the only place where you can find contacts for the leading record labels, DJs and clubs plus the essential practical people like flyer printers, specialist music lawyers, and distribution companies.
The book will be released in April packaged with DJmag and also sold through WHSmith and other leading international bookstores in addition to online at djmag.com.
Whether you are an aspiring DJ or a seasoned pro, run a record label or provide an essential industry service you need to make sure that you are listed in this definitive book.
Bookers worldwide use the DJ Blackbook as their booking reference as it is the only place to find the booking details of the Top 100 DJs – now it can include you too!
Listings start from just £150 – truly affordable for all budgets.
For an information pack or to book your space email Simon@djmag.com
To buy a copy of 2009’s book wing your way over to DJBlackbook
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