In 2004, Anthony Obst couldn’t bring home enough mixtapes from the streets of New York. 2013 is a different story.
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Noz details how the cassette tape industry helped to spread the genre far and wide.
Paradise Garage. Studio 54. The Loft. The heady influence NYC’s clubs have exerted on global dance culture.
From rock to techno, the past few years have been devoted to exploring colors bleak to black in New York City.
Raymond Scott, Tod Dockstader and Louis and Bebe Barron helped make electronic music part of the fabric of the world.
Picture this: Blondie’s founding members recall ’70s and ’80s New York
Capturing the formula of feeling good with NYC's boogie master
An NYC legend head keeps his royal fingers in every piece of the hip-hop pie
Raekwon, Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna sit down to discuss the making of 'Only Built 4 Cuban Linx'
Queensbridge's Most Infamous On The Couch
On the couch with the kings of the dancefloor.
Crooklyn's finest sit down to discuss 'Enta Da Stage'
Beats, rhymes and life with one of hip hop’s greats
Justin Smith the First: taming rappers' egos since '99
Distilling the essence of NYC house, one body and soul at a time
Caught up (in a 90 minute talk with a boogie / disco icon)
New York dance music history with a man who was there every step of the way
How Philip Smart’s HC&F Studio became a lynchpin of New York’s reggae scene.
Reggae historian David Katz profiles the founder of Wackies, one of the most influential labels to emerge from the Bronx.
A short documentary film about the city’s thriving new electronic music scene.