In times like these, in which the DJ is expected to have an extra show that he lacked a few decades ago, it is comforting to run into professionals who make their sessions much more than mere fireworks. Law DJ, unlike many posers, not only dominates like the raw material that manages: it also knows how to smell the ambient factor to adapt like a glove to the spirit that presides over each room, each night, each occasion. In those strenuous ceremonies of the dance plot, presided over by a freestyle bias that completely marries the alternative, the same can fit the most rabid and current petardazos indie dance as the classic pop and rock of a lifetime and even the winks to the electronic eighties His only rule is the implacable law of rhythm, the emotional drive that makes his audience an unconditional hostage of his good work in the cabin, from which there is always room for surprise, unsuspected remixes and permanent interaction with the track.
Euphoric cadences that deploy all their effectiveness in crescendo, achieving no
always easy mission that everyone ends up with feet well off the ground.