The NYC scenester talks about the early days of punk and hip hop.
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Jalil Hutchins recounts the luck and skill that went into creating a hip hop classic.
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How the storied dance group dealt with the death of disco.
The Plastics, Melon, and Major Force man on his multi-faceted career.
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The producer behind the disco classic, as well as Lou Reed’s Coney Island Baby, talks about his long and winding career.
Phillip Mlynar tells the story behind the re-release of the soundtrack to the most iconic hip hop movie in history.
On the couch with the kings of the dancefloor.
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