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Anyone have an account on Ravelry?

I find it interesting that they are discussing my DJ website on a knitting/crocheting site :) If you do, can you tell me what is going on in this thread?

http://www.ravelry.com/discuss/stitch-bitch/115811/1-25

Thanks!

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Mystery Solved! It seems that Fetish DJs also knit :) Oh and a old member of Faderhead is on that site as well *g*

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divinerose
Feb. 29th, 2008 02:03 am (UTC)
here you go...
posted 1 day ago

Hi all!

I’m completely new to this group, and I came hunting you all down because I have a couple burning questions. I’m DJing at a fetish club this weekend, and whilst I have a playlist I’m pretty happy with, I’m always open to hearing other people’s opinions on music and to learning about new bands.

So my questions to you are: what kind of music, bands or songs do you find erotic? If you were at a fetish party, what would you like to hear played? Or what would you want to shoot/hang/draw and quarter the DJ for playing?

Thanks!

posted 1 day ago
reply to post #1

personally I wish evil on the bands/DJs that play schmaltzy romantic crap. the offending music is often 80’s rock. I like stuff that has a strong beat because it puts me in touch with my racing heart if I’m groovin’ on someone.

posted about 23 hours ago
reply to post #1

A good friend of mine DJ’s at a fetish club and has some of his set lists up on his website - they might help you get ideas of what someone else has used… http://www.getdjpet.com/gigs.html , look through for “setlist link” links.

posted about 21 hours ago
reply to post #3

Thanks for the link! Looks like the DJs are a fan of the band I just recently left, Faderhead. :-)

posted about 9 hours ago
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Whatever you do, don’t play Master & Servant by Depeche Mode. I heard that way too much when I went to BDSM clubs. It gets real old real quick.

Part of it depends on the place. Some fetish clubs are more the stand and pose crowd while others are play/scene oriented. It seems to me that the stand and pose crowd want cutting edge music, the newer the better. The play/scene oriented want something with a good beat to flog to. If you don’t know which it is, I would say you want a mix of the two.
fortryll
Feb. 29th, 2008 05:05 am (UTC)
Yeah, um, that would have been me telling the chick interested in DJ'ing at a fetish club to check out your work. Ravelry has a community (this is the one) called Stitch, Bitch, which is for kinky folks. Hope you don't mind me spreading your fame!
mrpet
Feb. 29th, 2008 01:24 pm (UTC)
Not a problem, promote away! I was just interested since I got a lot of hits from that thread ;)
xrayspx
Mar. 3rd, 2008 12:45 am (UTC)
I don't knit and I'm not a DJ, and so won't be contributing directly to their thread, but the last couple of years I've been listening to unwoman. Her latest "Blossoms" is somewhat less electronic and more accessible and melodic by design, her previous CDs (Knowledge Scars & Wildness and Artifice) had some tracks that reminded me of Tweaker, "HSEN-423" and "Who Programmed My Desire" for example.

I believe pretty much everything is available as a full-track on last.fm. A lot of it pretty much fits the mold I'd associate with a good club mix though.
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