Category Archives: Respect

Nancy Noise..

1  When did you first visit Ibiza / amnesia – who with ? What music do you remember / what fashions were the Ibiza crowd wearing After visting there a couple of times before decided to spend the summer in … Continue reading

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Body and Soul

To celebrate the release of the new 15 years of Body and Soul Mix CD by the legendary residents we’ve dug back into our vaults for a collection Body and Soul memories that we run in a very early issue … Continue reading

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Andre Collins

At the end of the ‘90s, with The Sound Factory closed and Body & SOUL becoming home to as many tourists as Garage heads, Bronx raised DJ and original ‘Gallery Baby’ Andre Collins joined forces with promoters Charles Jackson and … Continue reading

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Bobby Viteritti

“More than 25 years after my first association with Bobby Viteritti, I can still hear characteristics in my performance that go straight back to what I learned from ‘the master’. A master not only of the mix, but of the … Continue reading

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Girls FM

London’s house and techno heads were fed a lean diet via their radios in the 1990s. Kiss FM was shuffling its schedules to accommodate its commercial ambitions, elbowing quality house and techno to specialist slots while the days got poppier. … Continue reading

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RIP Loleatta

Last night Loleatta Holloway sadly passed away aged 64. She embodied the disco spirit of the ’70s and her music was the soundtrack to the backdrop of sexual liberation the gay and black dancers felt as the decade exploded into … Continue reading

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Spectrum

On April 11 1988 the vast space that was (and still is) Heaven opened its doors to an ‘Acid House’ night. The problem was, apart from around 200 people who frequented Shoom and Future, nobody knew what Acid House was, … Continue reading

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Disco Curator

Daniel Goss on Dugan’s Bistro and Chicago’s First Radio Hot Mixer The history of Chicago’s gay dance scene has gone mostly undocumented, despite its undeniable influence on the development of disco, house, and pop music. In a basement full of … Continue reading

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Gay London Clubs Part One

A (brief) History Of (some of) London’s Gay Clubs 1976-2006 by Luke Howard from the early issues of Faith Strobelight Honey. Part One: 1976-1981 No More Tears The history of London’s gay scene from 1976 to the present day is … Continue reading

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Proper interview with Terry Farley

Who’d have thought it, eh? 21 years since the first summer of love gave us acid house and put rhythmic 4/4 music from Chicago onto the nation’s dancefloors (with a little bit of Ibizan europop chucked in for good measure). … Continue reading

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