Different occasions and different groups require different tunes to pump them up. Here is our comprehensive list of how to get yourself psyched for a night out on the town whatever your situation is.
It’s that time of year again, where we all have our work and private Christmas parties in bar function rooms and let their hair down. But if you really want to make it a memorable Christmas, then you will have to dress up in a very special outfit. Yep, that’s right, you should don Santa Claus’s red and white gear for your party.
If you have ever gone out dancing, you know music is what draws you in and makes you stay. Finding the perfect venue can be a mission, we’ve all been there, loving the music one second and abandoning ship the next to find if your fav tunes went somewhere else. The solution? Silent Disco! You may be thinking wait, how is that not a juxtaposition?
I know this isn’t the most optimistic article, but after what I have been through in the last couple of weeks, I felt it was necessary to share these tips with you all… Just in case any of you were to make the same mistakes I did.
I’m sure that most of us know one or two people who don’t like to drink and/or dance at nightclubs. I mean, yes there are certain times when we all have to restrain ourselves from drinking because either we’re the designated driver for the night or we’re having an early one at work the next morning and don’t want to stumble there with a killer hangover.
Clubbing is one of the great joys of life, loud music, bad dancing and drinking with friends its many people’s idea of a great time. However, it can be hard to have a good time out if you don’t know the secrets to making it happen. Here are our top tips on how to ensure you’ll have a great night out clubbing.
There are some jobs were gender does make a difference, and being a bouncer is one of them. Now I’m not saying that females cannot be bouncers or that they don’t do a good job, just that their gender makes a difference in the job.
If days of the week were animals, then we all know Wednesday would be a camel. And according to a leading Australian liquor store, camels are thirsty! So it’s only fitting that on the day of the hump, Melburnians are too and throughout summer there’s a place in town that will be more than happy to quench your thirst.
For centuries, men have used music to express their love and seduce women who prefer a cultured gentlemen not afraid to show off his talents. Writing music and learning to play instruments can be time consuming and expensive. Thankfully there is a cure for this affliction, the karaoke machine, which can give you the rock star feeling any night of the week.