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Watch: Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm (Documentary)

This documentary touches on issues such as the highs and lows of a DJ career, touring and much more.

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A lot of people who are fans of DJs do not realise the stress, the pressure, the potential problems and all of the other issues which go on behind the scenes for a DJ. It may not be that glamorous all the time. It’s a tough lifestyle and it’s a life which comes with many commitments. This new documentary, ‘Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm‘, touches on many of these issues and the commitments DJs undertake to fulfil this as a career.

Some high profile names features within the documentary which was produced by DJsounds. And a number of issues has been highlighted by many of these. Erick Morillo, an artist who has been openly honest about his problems in the past, opens up about his drug addictions, how the “boom” in dance music took over his life and how he found he could not cope with the pressures and the party lifestyle. Ben Pearce, another artist who has talked about his struggle with the lifestyle, opens up about depression and how he struggled with anxiety and not wanting to travel to gigs or leave the house.

Other artists to feature include the legendary Carl Cox, who talks about the life choices he has made to become a full time DJ. B.Traits talks about the loneliness of travelling, how when moving from Canada meant she had little to no friends in London, with a lack of a support system. Seth Troxler also opens up about how he performed a show after breaking up with his fiancee at the time. It’s things you may not think about, that a DJ has a life outside of the DJ booth. Luciano also features heavily, as does many industry figures. ‘Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm’ is a documentary everyone should watch, to see the other side and perspective of DJs.

You can watch the ‘Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm’ documentary here.

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Luciano - Slaves To The Rhythm

Slaves To The Rhythm.

A lot of people who are fans of DJs do not realise the stress, the pressure, the potential problems and all of the other issues which go on behind the scenes for a DJ. It may not be that glamorous all the time. It’s a tough lifestyle and it’s a life which comes with many commitments. This new documentary, ‘Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm‘, touches on many of these issues and the commitments DJs undertake to fulfil this as a career.

Some high profile names features within the documentary which was produced by DJsounds. And a number of issues has been highlighted by many of these. Erick Morillo, an artist who has been openly honest about his problems in the past, opens up about his drug addictions, how the “boom” in dance music took over his life and how he found he could not cope with the pressures and the party lifestyle. Ben Pearce, another artist who has talked about his struggle with the lifestyle, opens up about depression and how he struggled with anxiety and not wanting to travel to gigs or leave the house.

Slaves To The Rhythm.

Other artists to feature include the legendary Carl Cox, who talks about the life choices he has made to become a full time DJ. B.Traits talks about the loneliness of travelling, how when moving from Canada meant she had little to no friends in London, with a lack of a support system. Seth Troxler also opens up about how he performed a show after breaking up with his fiancee at the time. It’s things you may not think about, that a DJ has a life outside of the DJ booth. Luciano also features heavily, as does many industry figures. ‘Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm’ is a documentary everyone should watch, to see the other side and perspective of DJs.

You can watch the ‘Why We DJ – Slaves To The Rhythm’ documentary here.

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