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What To Include In Your Press Kit (EPK)

Updated: Sep 13

As a DJ, having a professional press kit can be a valuable tool for promoting yourself and your music to potential clients, partners, and media outlets. In this blog post, we'll outline the basic components of a DJ press kit and provide some tips for creating an effective press kit.

A press kit typically includes several key components:

  1. Bio: A brief summary of your background as a DJ, including your experience, style, and notable achievements.

  2. Photos: High-quality images of you performing, as well as any promotional or personal photos that showcase your style and personality.

  3. Music: Samples of your music, including both recorded tracks and live mixes. You should also include information about your music releases, such as album titles and release dates.

  4. Press materials: Any relevant press materials, such as press releases, media coverage, or industry accolades.

  5. Contact information: Your contact details, including your email address, phone number, and social media accounts.

To create an effective DJ press kit, you should follow a few key tips:

  1. Keep it concise and organized: A press kit should be easy to read and navigate, with clear headings and formatting.

  2. Use high-quality materials: Make sure all of the materials in your press kit are of the highest quality, including your photos, music, and written materials.

  3. Customize your press kit: Tailor your press kit to the specific needs of your target audience. For example, if you're targeting music festivals, you might include information about your live show and touring experience.

  4. Keep it up-to-date: Make sure all of the information in your press kit is current and accurate. You should also regularly update your press kit with new music and press materials as they become available.

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