I'm hearing more and more from DJ's of other genres or just promoters that they really dislike dnb dj's, and the fans in general. Do we really have an eletist overtone to us. Even if our music is better than everything else, do we exude self proclaimed musical superiority? Are we really THAT lame? I do know one particularly successful promoter from the area who seemingly only has bad things to say about dnb dj's and generally doesn't want to book them ever except for the fact that his fans usually want to see some dnb, so he sticks them in a side room far away from everyone else. One story of his particularly goes. "Well, I book these DJ's and we both have an understanding before the gig. "This is what you'll be getting paid and this is what time you'll go on". Then he goes on to say, on the day of, or several hours before, they'll want a primtimespot (aka 12ish) and they want more money, or they try to change one or the other at the last minute." Maybe i'm crazy but when I do actually start playing music out on a regular basis, I don't think i'll care when I play, what I get (unless i'm promised something beforehand) and who's there listening. Do DJ's get so comfortable with their talent that they just become demanding douche bags the further their career goes. Is it so easy to lose sight of the fact that DnB owns to the 5millionth power and that if nothing else, just play out for the sheer enjoyment of it, or maybe i'm just in it for the wrong reasons. If i'm making lame points, and have a different belief from everyone else in the scene, let me know because I don't want to come off as someone who's just trying to mix it up. I'm just curious as to why most of the other "ravers" or club heads like to bash junglists, it's carazy. I don't even want to share my disagreements with the politics behind when and how music is released, not that I forsee that changing ever, or at least for a long time.