5 Reasons Why Dutch DJs Do Music Better

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5 Reasons Why Dutch DJs Do Music Better

Dance is very popular in the Netherlands; there aren’t a lot of parties that don’t include some EDM. Many consider the country the birthplace of modern electronic music, having created hundreds of outstanding DJs throughout the years, prompting many to think that Dutch DJs are the best in the world. For years, “Dutch Dance” has dominated the international dance scene as a brand, a passion, and a movement. Which begs the question, how do Dutch DJs do music better?
Many Dutch DJs have a global fan base and, before the pandemic, went all over the world to entertain one exuberant crowd after another. Many Netherlands-born virtuosos are returning to various venues, stages, and festivals with the comeback of in-person events. This means many more people will again have the opportunity to hear their music live! So while we’re at it, here are five reasons Dutch DJs do it better.

Popularity Early On

It began in the 1990s. Pioneers such as Tiesto, Armin van Buuren, and DJ Jean arrived on the scene and influenced a new generation of DJs. Radio stations like Radio 538 also played the “dance smash of the week” weekly. As a result, dance became extremely popular around the year 2000.

Dance Is A Year-Round Attraction.

In the Netherlands, bobbing to the beat is second nature, and it is so ingrained in society that it will seize you anywhere and anytime.
You’ll be raving to a beat in no time, whether you’re out shopping or watching TV. You’ll be going about your business when suddenly, some wicked sound will blast over the station’s speakers, and you’ll bust a move in public. It’s insane out here, and the bug will almost certainly catch you during a commercial break during your favorite show.

The Netherlands gives better opportunities for budding young DJs.

People start to party at a young age. There are numerous locations where aspiring can practice their DJ abilities. Because all these activities are concentrated on a relatively small area of land, everyone connects and learns from one another faster than when a large distance separates people. The Dutch industry is a welcoming environment where everyone helps one another. Even though the popular perception of Dutch people is that they can be unpleasant sometimes, this is not the case in this industry.

The parties are ecstatic and mind-altering, but more importantly, they are safe.

Something unique about their parties and festivals keeps the audience as intimate and involved as ever. Everyone appears to be there because they genuinely enjoy dance music and want to escape for the night and be a part of something as great as Dutch Dance.
Additionally, the Netherlands is the world’s largest producer and shipper of the party drugs amphetamine (speed) and MDMA (XTC/molly) and does not have an especially harsh drug policy. They understand that people would use it regardless; therefore, it’s better to assist them in testing the drug’s safety rather than have people suffer from hazardous drug adulterants. The drug industry is not why dance music became popular in the Netherlands, but it is why it remains popular.

The love and admiration for dance music culture are unparalleled.

From cozy little bars to clubs to stores and passersby on the street, it appears like everyone is embracing this culture and giving it a place to call home. This fascination with dance music is fascinating, as is how these people have grown up with this music and how it has become a part of them, their family, their friends, and their entire life.

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