It’s Saturday, that means soul music. Spinning back to the 60s with the sound of Motown
Hi, I’ve added some photos from a house party last year, to give an idea of the kind of flexibility that can be achieved with simple room uplighting, either for the dance floor area (which is included in the standard package), or provided as the only option for more subtle lighting for your event (again, included in the standard package), or as can be added as required.
The lighting can be set as either set as a fixed colour wash, programmed for stand-alone gradual or rapid change, programmed for music change, or programmed for show change. This allows much more flexibility for the client in deciding the mood of the event.
Going back to around the time of the Millennium, no not that crappy Robbie Williams song, but the time when glosticks and Bolly where the only way to party, with some classics trance for Thumping Thursday.
Wild Wednesday can’t get much wilder than the 70s/80s UK punk scene. Watch out for the razor blades…
Just a little something to keep it cool today 🙂
Sunday is about those tunes that don’t usually get played or listened to often, as they’re not mainstream genres like R&B, rock, EDM and so on. In Hong Kong Beat mobile disco’s household, Sunday music has always been about these – classical, opera, Worldbeat, 40s swing…
The first Sunday Selection brings some tunes from Africa, from the jungles, the savannahs, the islands, and the deserts. It doesn’t matter if you don’t know what they’re singing about or not, the voices are as musical as the tunes themselves.
Despite some seriously wet weather and impressive lighting streaks here, Hong Kong Beat mobile disco brings you a smooth set of 90s R&B to raise the spirits for Soulful Saturday.