The story of how a 1978 disco track became the backbone of Baltimore Club music.
Tagged as: disco
The legendary record man and architect of the Miami sound remembers the disco boom (and bust).
Peter Shapiro explains why the beloved Paradise Garage DJ is still held in such high esteem, more than two decades after his untimely passing.
New York dance music history with a man who was there every step of the way
A walk on the dark side of the Balearics with disco's greatest provocateur
On the couch with the master of sun-drenched motorik disco
Epic three-and-a-half-hours of extra-sharp guitar play and production tips from Chic's mastermind - Part 1
Spreading good times, 40 years and counting
90 minutes of quality couch time with house music's greatest enigma
The Funk Brothers' chief guitarist on bringing psychedelics to Motown
Doctor's orders: what Miami Vice has done for the career of Prescription's head honcho
Fairytales from Ubiquity's Danish dynamite
Brooklyn brass constructivism and the human need for mapping things
From the dancefloor Hustle to the music hustle with a disco completist
Breakin', Beat Street, Bambaataa: the formative years of a space disco superhero
Fingers food: a reclusive drummer puts the deep in deep house
British techno stalwart keeps the soul in the machine
Distilling the essence of NYC house, one body and soul at a time
Lessons in slickness with Loose Ends' main man
Magic and mathematics with Balihu's disco professor