Friday, 31st July 2009
In Japan Entertainment News,
Japanese crowds 'are the best in the world'
The Japanese crowd is the best in the world to play to, one DJ has remarked.
In an interview with Click Liverpool, techno DJ Laurent Garnier says that Japan is his favourite place for playing as a DJ and comments that he is fond of the country itself.
Talking about the dance-music loving people he plays to, Garnier says that the crowds are "amazing and super open-minded" in Japan.
"They never complain and they're a great, faithful crowd," he enthuses.
Music is a big part of Japanese culture and this month, the well-known Fuji Rock Festival was held, featuring acts such as Oasis and Lily Allen.
In related news, a dance troupe from Japan is set to bring its unique performance to the UK this week.
The Miyagi Dance Company are dancing for the north-east crowd in Newcastle tonight, with the show based on the idea that each individual's personality is made up of a number of different aspects.
Written by Kimberley Homer.