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Subj: Disco was subversive
Posted: Tue Jun 21, 2016 at 12:48:38 am EDT (Viewed 207 times)
Reply Subj: What do you think of Dazzler now?
Posted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 at 10:36:48 pm EDT (Viewed 339 times)

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As a 40ish year old DJ/music producer that grew in NYC around that time... Disco was just as subversive as Punk was. She was the embodiment of that. Disco was made and listened to by gays and minorities, before even hip hop was produced. The archetype of this music was latin style percussion funky basslines and a diva-esques female singers in brightly lit glamorous night clubs like 54, Paradise Garage or Xenon, and she fit the mold. Who else but a mutant could represent that. She is a product of her time. Even the Roller Skates she used to use was indicative of the styles and trends of the time (look up the disco roller skating classic flick Roller Boogie). It's no wonder as trends changed she disappeared and Storm got a Mohawk. BUT with the resurgence of House Music, EDM, Dance Music... All music styles derived from Disco, its no wonder Dazzler has made a comeback.
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