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"I lost interest in the rave scene when the DJs started to play for themselves and their mates."

Liam Howlett in Kurt B. Reighley, Looking for the perfect beat, p.132.

"Dancing was the first form of self-expression, even before words. People always dance to things that have a beat. Call it whatever you want to - disco or swing or jazz- it’s still dance music. From the Original Dixieland Jazz Band right on up to Monica, it’s the same thing. Nobody’s ever going to kill dance music. They change the name of it … but it’s nothing but disco."

Steve D’Acquisto


(by sarah nieman.)
The Roots of Techno : Detroit’s club scene 1973-1985 - @RBMA dévoile un pan de l’histoire de la musique

#NP “The fears and passing joys of the world pouring in through mouth, nose, eyes and ears. React against what we cannot stand: the co­opted postures all over the land. Here now with the contradictory mix of the blissful, the panicked the paranoid that thrives place to place. Drowning us. Veins, organs and mind are filled until we blur into these cities and skies and our reactions fade away.

A positive assertion is staked and I see that this is no longer a part of me.”

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"Every night, Mojo would do his Mothership spiel encouraging listeners to flash their headlights or bedroom lamp so that the intergalactic craft would know where to touchdown. (…) This guy would just overpower you with his imagination. You became entranced by radio."

Simon Reynolds, Energy Flash

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