I was recently interviewed by the Gibraltar Chronicle about “Rock The Dancefloor!” going to number one in Amazon, and my plans for future books.
I just fully released my new book, “Rock The Dancefloor!”. Subtitled “The five proven steps to total DJing success”, it is a book aimed at anyone who wants to be a DJ, containing a huge amount of info divided into five simple sections: Gear, Music, Techniques, Playing Out and Promoting Yourself.
The book has been well received by both the industry and my readers, and has already achieved dozens of five star reviews. Most importantly, of course, it went to number one, going straight to the top in Music and Dance in the UK and US respectively - and has continued to sell well even since.
I recently visited Pioneer DJ Radio in London to chat with Dan Tait about a few things: My new book, Rock The Dancefloor!; a brand new DJ training tool developed by Digital DJ Tips called The DJ Test; and more generally, about my career in music in general over the past 25 years. Oh, and I also subject you to some of my favourite tunes...
My iBook How To DJ On Your iPad & iPhone went straight to number one in the iBooks store all over the world on its release, and shortly afterwards I was interviewed by the Gibraltar Chronicle, the newspaper of Gibraltar (where Digital DJ Tips is based) about the book.
I’m proud to announce my latest book, “Rock The Dancefloor! The five proven steps to total DJing success”. I’ve been working on this since January 2016, and am so pleased to be able to finally reveal it to the world.
It’s really a distillation of the best of everything I’ve taught over the past six years to some 14,000 students over at Digital DJ Tips. It offers new DJs, bedroom DJs, semi-pro DJs, DJs returning to the art, and producers who want to get into DJing a clear, concise and practical guide to getting better, fast.
We’ve just sneaked it out on Amazon, and we also soft launched it at the BPM Show in Birmingham, with the full public launch happening a little later. It’ available now though… :)
My first book, “How To DJ On Your iPad”, is currently number one across the world in the full iBooks chart. It shows anyone how to DJ using an iPad (or iPhone) and Algoriddim’s djay software, and is only available as an interactive iBook.
Faheem Moosa of Indian entrepreneur website Radical tribe asked me to record an interview with him talking about how I broke away from the 9-to-5 to set up and run Digital DJ Tips.
In Issue 3 of London’s Umbrella Magazine, I was asked to write about the enduring appeal of the Technics turntable. You can read the piece in Umbrella Magazine online via Issuu.