Alex Rosner’s love for records and hi-fi technology led him to become one of New York City's most famous sound engineers and he soundtracked most of the city's iconic disco clubs during the 1970s.
The ‘60s were a turbulent time in New York City, leading to a revolutionary moment for young Puerto Rican and African Americans. Eddie Palmieri captured that angst and anger in Harlem River Drive.
The Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) movement of the 60s and 70s revolutionised art and engineering. Collaborations between Bell Labs researchers and artists impacted the entire world.
In the peak of the 'Disco Sucks' phase of 1970s America, rock DJ Steve Dahl blew up disco records at a Chicago White Sox game. It wound up being the first shot in a dance music revolution.
At the birth of hip-hop and electro in Los Angeles, USA, Uncle Jamm’s Army began playing school parties in the mid-70s and went on to become LA’s most popular dance promoters for more than a decade.
Follow the story of Xavier Lamar Dotson aka Zaytoven, a German-born American DJ, music producer and piano player who won a Grammy Award in 2011 for his collaborations with hip-hop artists.
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