Nothing beats the superior sound of vinyl (as long as there’s a sound system to support it).
The club standard. If you’ve played out or been up close to the booth, chances are you’ve seen one of these in action.
The disco ball is the reason we all show up in the first place, right? Reach up and touch it for good luck.
Another beer? Why not. The lighter the better—keep those feet moving on the dance floor.
Not everyone understands house music. It's a spiritual thing, a body thing, a soul thing.
Hope you’re headed out to listen to some of that sweet sweet vinyl pumping from a pair of Technics tonight.
Thank you for inventing this, Detroit (Derrick May, Jaun Atkins & Kevin Saunderson).
Grab hold and crank one of these suckers—just enough to keep the sound out of the red.
Pick comb to the rescue—keep that 'fro out of your face when you’re busting a groove.
It’s all about the blend & levels.
BRO CAN YOU NOT. The guy in stunna shades (in a dark nightclub) continues to pump his fist into everyone’s groove zone. He takes small breaks only to swig his vodka redbull while recording the experience on his phone (in portrait orientation).
One of the greatest sound systems out there. If you’ve been to Output in Brooklyn, you’ve heard how one of these sounds.
Kick back and tweak your mix.
1 Salt your hand. 2 Lick it off. 3 Down the shot. 4 Suck a lime slice. 5 Back on the dance floor in one minute flat.
I’m not talking about surfing. These little guys travel through the air to your ears and make you wanna dance.
When the sound drips down. Minimalist production aesthetic combined house music's ubiquitous programmed 4/4 beat with the electronic ‘squelch' sound produced by the Roland TB-303.
This thing can produce just about any sound out there. From drums to synths - you can probably create it with a Push.
This sub-genre of reggae is the perfect thing to chill with (not to be confused with dubstep).
A less complex, more versatile tool using flexibility not as a feature, but a foundation.
Put on those platform shoes because we're going to the disco.
Just grab one phone—that’ll be enough to beat-match and bring the next track into the mix.
You'll be hosting a silent disco if you forget these.
Music visually broken down to it’s most basic format.
A relic and necessity if you’re playing on CDJs without USB.
Can’t see? Doesn’t really matter. All you need to do is listen to the music and dance.
PEW PEW PEW PEW PEW PEWWWWWWWW. REEEEMMMIIIXXXXXX! (Ugh, please no).
True & Real @ 100.
Might want to turn that gain knob down a little bit sparky.
“Turn that shit down!” yelled the neighbors next to the party that didn’t have this stuff on the walls.
Kandy Kids, it’s all about Peace, Love, Unity, and Respect, right? PLUR.
How long have you been out? Aren’t you getting tired? Does it even matter anymore?
Emcees unite! Grab one of these guys and support your DJ.
Another club standard with 4 channels of auditory goodness. The sliver version because that’s how we roll.
Don’t do them kids.
One of the first programmable drum machines—the sounds are still used today. Still fresh.
Mystical barriers that only people with money and good looks can get through.
Look at this little guy, playing music just for you.
Puff puff - take a little break from the dance floor and go mingle with the smokey folks outside.
Also referred to as a UV-A light, Wood's light, or simply ultraviolet light.
Good morning. Dancing a little hard last night, were we? I’ve got just the thing.
Make sure to drink plenty of these if you’re moving at 110% on the dance floor.
Chain game strong—think Mr. T, but disco.
Bisous bisous—some people like to lay this on thick before dancing the night away.
Take a look at the photographs of your fabulous selves the next morning from the club resident photographer.
Ugh, huge line for the restroom. Looks like you’ll be in around 45 minutes if you’re lucky. At least you can still hear the music...
Although Techno was created in Detroit, we know where the best is coming from these days.
You, some tropical house music, and a glass of sangria.
Keep those tracks rolling at 128 beats per minute and keep that crowd dancing steady.
Hey there fancy feet—I like the dance moves you’re busting out with those things on.
Don’t underestimate this little guy due to it’s cuteness—legend has it, if you stare directly at one of these, you’ll immediately go blind.
Hey this song is actually pretty good OH MY GOD THE CLUB IS ON FIRE GET THE HELL OUT OF HERE!
Trying to get up the nerve to go speak to that cutie across the dance floor? Here, have some “punch” (we spiked it).
Not talking DDR—100% light up dance floor, all tiles blinking to the beat.
Smooth deep house created in the depths of the ocean. Visit my soundcloud page to listen to the mix - soundcloud.com/twahlin
It’s not a dance party without some quality confetti, right? It’s ok to start small with one of these poppers, but eventually hope for a pile falling out of a contraption on the ceiling.
Models & bottles—all the fancy people grab a table while scoping out the dance floor for attractive people.
Yo man, can’t we all just get along & dance? Peace.
It’s been a long night of dancing and you need some fuel. Head to the nearest diner and grab a cup of joe and a few pancakes for a good old fashioned recharge. Make sure to use your favorite mug—mine’s Product Hunt branded.
An electronic musical instrument that generates electric signals converted to sound through loudspeakers or headphones.
What are you on a curfew or something? Quit checking that thing so much - 2AM is when the best tunes begin.
The Bunker NY crew brings some of the best tunes to Brooklyn, including Tin Man, Mike Servito, Eric Cloutier, Bryan Kasenic, and Derek Plaslaiko
The club is over the max occupancy limit. Busted.
Let’s go dance over there. Wait, over there. Wait, let’s go outside. Hey, are you my friend? I like turtles. Are twinkies healthy? Awww now I’m sleepy.
It’s 4AM. You’re tired. Your willpower is low and that hot dog cart smells sooo amazing. Go ahead, take a bite - you’ve burned enough calories on the dance floor anyways.
Jerry, we’ve gotta talk about the credit card. How on earth did you manage to spend $4,710.00 on disco in one night?
Blend those tracks together into the mix.
As Sander Kleinenberg would say it - “This, is not, Miami. This, is, Ibiza.” Yep, must be Ibiza with the copious amounts of foam everywhere.
I made this especially for you. Check out track 9 - it has our inside joke woven into the lyrics.
Ah - the modern DJ's record crate - saving space since and strained backs since 1999.
Wait, you bought an advanced ticket, right? This dance party is sold out!
Glug glug glug - the good thing about having one of these big boys is that you don’t have to walk up to the bar for another drink too often.
Light me up, Johnny.
The 7-inch 45 rpm record was introduced in 1949 by RCA as a smaller, more durable and higher-fidelity replacement for the 78 rpm shellac discs.
Put in that effort! The only way you’re going to find those gem records is by digging through these crates.
Who are you, mysterious person behind the mask?
Overheated dancers working it on the floor? Wheel one of these big buddies in and cool everyone off.
Use this lil button to skip over the song intro straight to the chorus and get those groovers moving from 0-60 in a matter of seconds.
The form of magnetic tape audio recording in which the recording medium is held on a reel, rather than being securely contained within a cassette.
This lil pin will catch some light from the disco ball & reflect it back onto the dance floor.
Two times the thickness means two times the sound, right?
Can’t get to the club? Just pull one of these bad boys out and get those feet movin'
Who are you trying to fool? Discotown USA doesn’t even exist. Go directly to jail. Do not pass go. Do not collect $200.
WOW, LOOK AT THESE GRAPHICS! What are all those nerdy kids doing huddled around that contraption in the back of this groovy club?
How do you think I’m going to fit four turntables, one rotary mixer, and 87 records into this little guy?
Goodnight moon. Goodnight mush. Good morning disco dancers going out into the evening moonlight.
Red and white for the left and right, yellow for the video jockey kicking it low-tech at a house party.
One of the grooviest, most patriotic vests money can buy. Dance style points will instantly increase tenfold if you’re wearing this.
Route that sound around. Cheers to all the audio technicians keeping the show on the road behind the scenes.
Don’t be fooled by this lil guy - the sound coming out of this party boat is like no other.
Playing the latest groovy hit near you - just pop a couple quarters in for some smooth jams.
Time for a little hoop, twirl, throw, and roll.
Everyone knows we need more of it.
Whoa whoa whoa, did you just hear that? Flip the track back about 12 seconds - that was amazing.
Every modern DJ’s best friend. It’s amazing what you can do with one device.
Grab a few pieces from the candy bowl next to the restrooms - be sure to tip the restroom attendant.
Here's your key to move about the dance club freely.
Thanks for grooving with me! Let’s cap it off with this groovy retro disco sign.