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Night clubs are associated with socializing and music and are usually distinguished from other forms of drinking establishment, such as a bar, pub or tavern, by the inclusion of a dance floor, although a club may also feature other forms of entertainment; possibly unsuitable for minors, such as podium dancers, a floor show or strippers. Music may be live or mixed by a DJ and is often amplified using a PA system, and can range from blues, jazz, country, disco, hip-hop, rock and metal to electronic music styles such as house, techno, trance, drum and bass and alternative electronic. Most clubs or club nights have a specific musical theme and generally cater to fans of a few particular music genres. Gatherings in clubs at night that primarily involve music mixed by a DJ involve dancing and in most cases alcohol. Illegal use of recreational drugs such as ecstasy are commonplace in many modern clubs featuring electronic dance music. Clubs are often advertised by the handing out of flyers on the street, in record shops, and at other clubs and events, these are often highly decorative and eye-catching. Night clubs often feature lighting and other effects: flashing lights of many colors, moving light beams, laser light shows and smoke machines. One common item is a disco ball: a rotating football-sized spheroid at the ceiling, covered with many small flat mirrors, with a light beam directed on it; the reflections form a multitude of moving light spots on the floor and on the people. Some night clubs will throw foam parties where the dance floor is filled with soap suds. From time to time, variations enter the market, such as non-smoking and alcohol-free night clubs. Also, restaurants or supper clubs may provide music and entertainment similar to that provided by a nightclub, the main difference being that food is the main attraction at these establishments, whereas entertainment is the main attraction at a nightclub. Comedy clubs are one type of venue which provides entertainment. Another type of club is a concert club, which specializes in hosting performances of live music. In contrast to regular night clubs, concert clubs are usually only open when a performance is scheduled. Such live music venues can be popular, however, it is more common today to find a DJ (Disc Jockey) playing a continuous mix of recorded music using vinyl, CDs and MP3s. The styles of music that are played at clubs differ all over the world. For example, in England and Toronto there are numerous drum'n'bass clubs (among many other types) owing to the popularity of the music in those areas. In continental Europe, tech-house, electroclash and techno are particularly popular. In Spain one might find not only House or Trance, but salsa and pop clubs. However, if one were to visit the island of Ibiza, they would find some of the most serious House and Trance clubs found in the world. Despite this, house music seems to enjoy universal popularity at dance clubs all over Europe. In the U.S., the largest and most intense night clubs are those found in New York, Miami, Houston, and Los Angeles. The music that fuels these non-stop parties is generally Hard House, Vocal Trance, or Hard Euro-Trance. There are several traditional types of venue that are often used as night clubs, such as underground buildings, reclaimed warehouses and cinemas, and custom-built buildings. Night clubs need to be insulated from the outside to prevent noise from escaping, and to prevent light and noise entering from outside. This allows the nightclub to have more control over the environment inside the building. It also creates an idea of timelessness which customers often prefer. This idea is also illustrated by the fact that many night clubs do not have clocks visible to the public.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Desi Hip Hop – DeathRap – DeathRap is what we run

Desi Hip Hop – DeathRap – DeathRap is what we run

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