Candy’s music’s all over the place. From upbeat pop, rap, and EDM, to songs tinged with bittersweet longing and tragedy… She’s a wild card. You never know quite what you’ll get, since it’s whatever feels fun to her in the moment.
Candy knows what she’s doing, and her music reflects that. Powerful women stalking their prey, and dancing without a care. She can be out of control or brazen at times, but that’s part of her charm.
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I’ve been so swamped with new stories, I’ve gotten behind on sharing playlists and such with you guys! Starting with Lia’s.
Lots of classic rock, and a handful of newer songs with an updated classic rock vibe. Lia doesn’t try to play to current tastes- she picks the stuff that makes her customers feel young. If she gets a younger DJ, it might take a little negotiation to get a fuller playlist for a busy night shift, but her songs will be a respite for older guys who’re put off by all the pop and rap stuff. And there’s money to be made in that.
Love and lapdances!
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Athena’s music… Sometimes pop-y, sometimes EDM. Very upbeat and attention getting, which is a little surprising for such a shy woman.
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With Malia live, it’s time to talk about her music! She likes it slow, a little aggressive, and if it has an orchestral hook, all the better.
Oftentimes, Malia’s music isn’t clubworthy; when it can be incorporated into a set, it’s entirely because of her capacity as a performer. Rules are meant to be broken and all that.
But it’s lyrical, often melancholy, and it suits her.
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Okay- so a dancer’s playlist is a very personal thing. Sometimes, it strikes a balance between her persona and her clients- grown men don’t want to listen to Taylor Swift, no matter how confident her music makes the dancer feel- and sometimes it’s something that says a lot about the dancer.
Cora’s music is slow, sexy, and sometimes at odds with the club’s playlist. But it’s perfect for a night at home, with low lighting.
Janelle Monae Primetime
Of course we would begin with those two, since they’re her first set ever, and such a memorable one, at that. But it goes on.
Nick Cave Cannibal’s Hymn
Tom Waits Going Out West
Miranda Sex Garden Peepshow
Doja Cat So High
Lovage Strangers On A Train
Lovage Stroker Ace
Handsome Boy Modeling School I’ve Been Thinking
Tinashe 2 On
Lissie Mother (Danzig Cover)
DJ Logik Spider Song
Massive Attack Five Man Army
Pearl Jam Pendulum
Bastille No Angels
What’s on your dream playlist?