What sort of music do you play?
Pretty much anything you want us to play, we have vast selection of music. While our job is to read the crowd and get people dancing, we always give the opportunity for you to give us a playlist which we can then build around.
Will you take song requests from guests on the night?
As long as you are happy for us to, then yes we will.
Do you have Public Liability Insurance and a valid PAT certificate?
Yes we do. Being members of NADJ (The National Association of Disc Jockeys) we are provided with PLI cover up to £10 million. And all of our equipment is also tested annually (P.A.T.).
We can supply you or your venue with copies of these certificates if requested.
How much do you charge?
Cost depends on a few different factors, so please get in touch so we can give you an idea of typically charges.
Because we feel we do things a bit differently to our competitors, what we offer cannot be compared to others on price alone.
We highly recommend meeting with us so we can explain how we set ourselves apart from other wedding DJs.
Do you require a deposit?
Yes, we ask for a booking fee of 20% of the agreed total. The balance can then be paid anytime up until the date of the event.
What happens if you are sick on the day?
As there are normally two of us at every function, in the unlikely event one of us is sick we can still carry on with the function. However we would usually get help from one of a number of our close DJ friends that we can call upon.
On the very small off chance that we both happen to be sick (and thankfully this has never happened!) we will do everything we can to find you a suitable replacement DJ service. There are a number of local companies that we know well who we can contact. We are also members of NADJ (The National Association of Disc Jockeys) so there are many other DJs we can also get in touch with.
What will you wear at our wedding?
Our dress code is always smart-modern, so trousers, waistcoat, shirt and tie. We can however change what we wear if you have a preference or to fit in with a theme.
How long does it take you to set up your equipment?
It depends on which package you go for and if you have any extras such as fairy lights or uplighting. For weddings we don’t like to rush setting up, we would rather take a bit more time and test everything fully, but generally no more than a couple of hours.
Our aim always is to cause as little disruption as possible when setting up, and we will fully discuss the timings of your day with you to ensure this.
My friend is a singer, can they perform at our wedding?
They can, but if only if everything is discussed and planned with us well in advance.