10 DJ reactions to Donald Trump’s presidency
Yesterday, the unthinkable happened: Donald Trump became the 45th President of the United States. Regardless of where you stand politically, this is a shocking turn of events — one that will be analyzed, reanalyzed, and mulled over for years to come. As many struggle to wrap their heads around the repercussions of such a decision, the dance music world has responded accordingly.
Thus far, the dance world’s reaction has been a mixed bag of reflexive optimism and sheer horror. Many have responded with humor — attempting to lighten the situation — while others have opted (understandably) for unabashed anger. Skrillex, ever the pacifist, may have put it best, writing: “If you’re upset it’s probably best to stay off social media right now.”
We’ve compiled 10 reactions from prominent DJs across the dance music spectrum below:
The next four years are gonna just be a never ending loop of duck dynasty
— (@diplo) November 9, 2016
If you’re upset it’s probably just best to stay off social media right now. It’s just as easy to be stressed as it is to add to it
— SKRILLEX (@Skrillex) November 9, 2016
on a lighter note… just released my tour dates: pic.twitter.com/HFOG7K7GYf
— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) November 9, 2016
4. Feed Me
Hilary looks long at the American night sky from the bathroom window, and gently, with a tear, begins to sing Bohemian Rhapsody to herself
— Feed Me (@feedme) November 9, 2016
5. Flying Lotus
The press knew they were creating this monster. Only late in the game when shit got real were they trying to discredit him.Send in the memes
— FLYLO (@flyinglotus) November 9, 2016
It’s gonna be okay. It’s up to us to keep things positive and progressive. It’s up to the youth. Let’s stay strong and stay together.
— GRiZ (@mynameisGRiZ) November 9, 2016
7. Seth Troxler
I’ve lost my hope in America, you should be ashamed. If any of my fans have voted for trump please unfollow me. I’m not a fan of you!
— seth troxler (@sethtroxler) November 9, 2016
— Disclosure (@disclosure) November 9, 2016
Maybe America needs to bottom out for four years before it swears off of Republicans forever.
— moby XⓋX (@thelittleidiot) November 9, 2016
— Bassnectar (@bassnectar) November 9, 2016