One of the last remaining systems built by legendary sound designer Richard Long resides in Coney Island.
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Ronald Bell recalls the recording process behind the smash hit from Kool & the Gang.
Max Cole picks out a selection of essentials from the visionary French producer.
David Keenan explains how the free jazz icon transformed the notion of time on his 1972 album, with a little help from a then-unknown Indian vocalist.
Throughout the ’70s, MFSB defined the Philadelphia disco sound. In the late ’70s, however, key members of the group defected to New York and created another set of legendary tunes for Salsoul. Nate Patrin explains why.
Jacob Arnold details how one of Chicago’s most celebrated DJs found his sound.
The unbelievable story of a disco kingpin responsible for breaking hits by Gino Soccio, A Number of Names, and Rod Stewart.
A sit-down with one of Chicago’s most tireless dance music professionals.
How the storied dance group dealt with the death of disco.
The untold story behind the unassuming New York office that birthed the remix.
Florence and the machines: how an Italian electro rebel helped shape house and techno
Fairytales from Ubiquity's Danish dynamite
The story of legendary disco DJ Bobby Viteritti and the club that made him famous.
Will Straw examines why the Canadian metropolis was such a hotbed for disco during the ’60s and ’70s.
The legendary DJ tells the tale of his famed ’70s nightspot The Gallery: witnessing the beginning of disco and beyond.
The producer behind the disco classic, as well as Lou Reed’s Coney Island Baby, talks about his long and winding career.
On the couch with the kings of the dancefloor.
The story of how a 1978 disco track became the backbone of Baltimore Club music.
New York dance music history with a man who was there every step of the way
The legendary record man and architect of the Miami sound remembers the disco boom (and bust).