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“You Realize You’ve Never Heard Anything Like This Before:" A Look at the Early Days of Dance Music

Olmeca Tequila & THUMP present Switched ON: A Journey Through Electronic Music.

Before DJs were gods and dance music was mainstream, the sounds of synthesizers played the notes of a musical and cultural revolution in the 70s. From the chart-topping disco hits of Giorgio Moroder and Donna Summer to the misguided record burning at Comiskey Park, Part One of THUMP's mini-documentary series, Switched ON, takes a look at some of the pivotal moments in dance music's early days.

Switched ON Part One features intriguing and intimate Q&A sessions with some of the industry's most influential artists, contributers, and tastemakers like Moby, Frankie Bones, Morton Subotnick, Steve Goodgold, Kerri Mason, Raymond Roker, Tim Lawrence and THUMP's Zel McCarthy.

Check out Olmeca Tequila & THUMP present Switch ON Part Two: "House Music is Disco's Revenge: A Look at the Early Days of American House"