I mean. In a manner of speaking. I made token effort at having the songs flow together a bit, but I couldn’t get the headphones to play the deck that wasn’t playing through the speakers so I couldn’t even try to beatmatch, as if I even know how. And as for, like, judging the mood of the crowd and playing what they wanted, fuch that, it’s my turn to DJ, not theirs. Not that there was much of a crowd. One or two people actually told me they liked my set, which probably works out at around twenty percent of the crowd, and that’s probably as good as I can expect.
Anyway. This is what I played (it would have involved a bit more hip-hop and a bit less indie rock, but I left my blank CDs in my girlfriend’s house and had to stick to what I had actually bought/a couple of my parents’ CDs):
At this point I was running out of things to play, so it became Me vs Holly, who brought some CDs but seemed a bit intimidated by the decks, so I was helping, and then Michael and his friend vs Holly Mediated By Me, which was probably a bit unfair and involved me a bit too much. Anyway, I also ended up playing:
I had fun, but I would make a terrible DJ.