Soul Clap Take a Tour Through the 10,000 Records in Their Childhood Basement
During Thanksgiving weekend, the Brooklyn-based duo return home to Boston to chat about their sophomore album, decades-long DJ career, and friendship.
Alcazar and the Innate Pleasure of Terrible, Tacky, Knock-Off Disco
"Crying at the Discotheque" might be awful, but it introduced me to disco...and I've never looked back.
Groove Your Way Through Art and Music in These Four ‘Listening Rooms’
Group exhibition The Beat Goes On bridges the gap between music and art through its diverse ‘Listening Room’ installations.
Larry Levan and the Paradise Garage’s Legacy Honored in an Upcoming Film
British actor Kobna Holdbrook-Smith stars as Levan.
The Last Record: Bob Moses Loves "Cream of the Crop"-era Disco
The duo chose new music from Massive Attack, Phantogram and a collection of some of the best disco ever.
François K Reflects on the Everlasting Legacy of Larry Levan and the Paradise Garage
Just how did an alcohol-free members club become one of the most important spaces in dance music history?
God Bless the Paradise Garage Bot
We pile praise on the Twitter bot that pumps out Larry Levan's favourite records all day every day.
Soichi Terada Reveals the Fake Asian Stereotypes Driving His Japanese House Sound
“I’ve always liked the misunderstood image of the Orient. It actually makes me really happy.”
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NYC DJ Hero Justin Strauss Shares a Paradise Garage-Influenced Disco Mix
The city staple will play Kitsune's Disco Edition club night at Goodroom alongside Todd Edwards, Cassian, and more.
New Larry Levan Compilation 'Genius of Time' is a Perfect Introduction to the Greatest DJ Ever
Get ready for 22 tracks worth of disco, boogie, and house brilliance courtesy of the legendary Paradise Garage resident.
"I Felt Like I Was Floating" — Roger Sanchez on the Dance Record That Always Makes Him Cry
Or how an original Chicago classic changed a New Yorker's life forever.
Regulars From New York's Legendary Paradise Garage Share Their Stories
28 years after the fabled club closed, the Paradise Garage gang reunited for one more dance.
Luis Nieto Dickens and Michelle Lhooq