Friends sometimes bust my balls about having a game blog, not because I don’t pull, but because, “You don’t run game!”
In a sense, my friends are right. I don’t stack negs on an HB while DHV’ing until kino escalating. Instead, I focus on finding the right niche, or what you cool kids call a scene.
If I don’t enjoy an environment, I don’t stick around. Pure “gamers” would say that I avoid situations that would lead to incongruency. I say that life is short and being places I don’t want to be in order to get laid isn’t generally worth it.
Game is a hobby, not a job, and when you find the right scene, game is a fun and rewarding hobby.
Thus, a lot of my game tips focus on finding your niche. If you find your scene, you’ll pull more women than you otherwise would.
The above mindset let me to interview DJ Kalin Tyler.
I discovered Kalin’s music on a message both we congregate at. As a guy who has partied in some amazing clubs and has friends who are successful enough at DJ’ing to earn a living doing it, I have at least somewhat of an ear for it.
I knew the kid had talent.
And when he posted an epic set of rave girl photos, I knew we had to interview him.
Although, in Kalin’s words, “House music is about love, not sex,” raves and parties like Ultra (which attracted 400,000 party goers) are a great scene for a guy who is into house music.
In fact, if you love house music but have weak game, you will likely meet more attractive woman than usual.
“I was at a show inDallas,” Kalin notes, “when I saw a guy who must’ve weighed 400 or 500 pounds. He was deep into the music and just dancing. Suddenly a girl who you’d consider way to of his league started dancing with him. They left together.”
“House music is like that.”
Kalin wasn’t surprised: “Girls who go to raves have trouble meeting people who enjoy the music. Most of their friends don’t listen to it. Most of their co-workers don’t like it. No one understands the scene. These girls are looking for a connection.”
A lot of rave girls – maybe even most, according to Kalin – don’t believe in monogamy and don’t want a relationship.
I asked Kalin what advise he’s give a guy who wanted to get into the rave scene.
Going to a rave is not a “fake it ‘til you make it” situation, as you need to be really outgoing to enjoy yourself.
Plus, the best parties are the underground, after-hours parties. These events are invite-only. To score an invite, you need to make friends.
“Talk to everyone. You never know who is promoting an event. If you’re outgoing and make a connection, you’ll be good with everyone in the scene.”
If you like Kalin’s music, follow him on Twitter:
DJs get bookings based on the number of downloads and plays their music gets. So liberally play Kalin’s stuff at Sound Cloud:
Kalin enjoys the interactive nature of the comments, so I’m sure he’d be happy to answer any questions you might have about the rave scene.