The typical response to soca among Caribbean revellers is to start wining, a tightly-controlled, circular gyration of the waistline. Wining, which is sometimes inaccurately mislabeled as twerking, can be done individually, by both men and women, or together in pairs. For a thorough rundown of carnival dancing etiquette, read LargeUp’s Do’s and Don’ts of Wining. Of course, if you’re playing in one of the masquerade bands at Carnival, forward motion along the parade route is essential. For this, there’s “chipping,” a shuffle done expressly for this purpose.