Download That DJ Playlist
During the course of an evening at a night club, a DJ who isn’t just pretending to DJ should be generating new and different playlists every night. If you’re realy lucky, maybe you’ll see those large black CD’s with the grooves on them.
It seems like an easy matter to make a playlist out of the tracks of the night that someone could purchase and download the next day. The DJ might get a small percentage of the sale, as an affiliate, and the listener wouldn’t have to go digging.
The list of tracks used would be compiled in real time as the DJ was at the venue, and later she would, in this example, tweet a short link to an iTunes playlist (for purchase) or a Spotify or Grooveshark playlist for listening.
A significant portion of the music would remain the same night to night, but that’s OK because the people this is marketed to primarily are the people who were there that night.
People have to be doing this already, I would think, but all I’ve seen are DJ playlists unrelated to any specific event.