When we think of Nightclubs, we will think of a crowded place with many people dancing to the beat of music played by the DJ. Many elements like food, drinks, and the glamour that a nightclub offers will allure people of all kinds. But one thing that makes the clubs quite interesting is the dance floor with upbeat music that can bring out the funny side even in the grumpiest friend of yours.
Have you ever wondered how can music control and uplift your emotions? Haven’t you observed how an upbeat and happy song uplifts your mood when you are sad? Music is a powerful tool that can change the mood and ambiance of any place. Depending on the genre and type of music that you are playing, your mood will change accordingly.
Undeniably music can change the ambiance of nightclubs and parties. Its volume, tempo, tone, and lyrics can affect how people respond and enjoy the party. A bar or nightclub can increase its sales based on the music that is played as it is a huge factor in influencing the experience. But what is the right music to play?
If you are wondering which genre to play in your nightclub, you may look into the article and find the right one to drive more customers to your club.
Electronic Dance Music is one such music genre that emerged in Europe after the emergence of raving, underground festivals, and club culture in the late 1980s. This music also called dance music or club music is something that is made mostly for raves and nightclubs. This is mostly created by DJs, who create a collection of tracks called DJ mix. Today, EDM producers are very popular that they are doing live concerts or festival settings.
Another genre that is quite popular in nightclubs is trap music, which is a subgenre of hip hop music that emerged in the Southern part of America during the early 20s. The name ‘trap’ points toward drug abuse or selling. As this name suggests, the lyrics of this music are mostly about drug use and violence in the urban sphere. The main focus of trap music will be on drums. By the 2010s, the trap has entered mainstream music as artists like Drake, Cardi B, and Travis Scott has made music inspired by the Trap subgenre.
Another music genre that is widely used in many nightclubs is Hip Hop. It is one such genre that emerged in the 1970s in the United States. It was developed as a part of hip-hop culture and has main four elements: MCing/rapping, DJing, break dance, and graffiti writing. It is another popular genre that has the power to give your customers an exotic feeling and give them the taste of real freedom.
Next time when you go clubbing, listen to the beats and try to understand how the music is influencing your mood and enhancing your clubbing experience.