Newly Established Electronic Music Society Seeks to Train Aspiring DJs


A new society has started up with the hope of bringing Queen’s students into the wonderful world of electronic music. The EMS (Electronic Music Society) will cater to those of beat-centric minds and aspirations of DJing in their hearts.

Founded recently by Sonic Arts student and electronic music enthusiast, Sydney Bull, the society will look to tutor members in the art of DJing and put on organised nights in established Belfast clubs where members will have the opportunity to showcase their skills.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for fans of electronic music, like myself,” says Sydney. “We have a good group of tutors with a lot of experience and they are really excited to teach our new members and to put on some memorable nights.”

The society’s joining fee is only three pounds and, of course, everyone is welcome.

Look for QUB Electronic Music Society on Facebook.

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