Destination Dancefloor: A Global Atlas of Dance Music and Club Culture From London to Tokyo, Chicago to (Hardcover)
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A global celebration of dance music, taking in the cities responsible for the best DJs, records, and clubs
Travel the world exploring the cities that have influenced dance music and DJ culture and discovering the cutting-edge scenes taking club culture in new directions.
Featuring incredible photography, insider recommendations, and some of the biggest names in dance music, Destination Dancefloor reveals how DJ culture swept the globe and 40 cities where you can immerse yourself in the best electronic music culture has to offer.
Whether you want to know more about the start of house music in Chicago, the club that started Berlin on the road to becoming the global epicenter of club culture, the French Touch scene in Paris that influenced the early years of Daft Punk, why Ibiza became the world’s summer party destination of choice, or are looking for new destinations to add to your own clubbing bucket list, this unique book leans on Mixmag’s position and expertise as one of the foremost names in club culture to present an overview of global dance music, making it a must-read for all clubbers, past, present, and future. See you on the dancefloor.
About the Author
Mixmag is the world’s biggest dance music and clubbing destination, and Duncan Dick is its editor. For over 35 years Mixmag’s team of expert writers have travelled the world covering the very best dance music culture has to offer, from the DJs to the dancefloors, the records to the producers.
Appointed Mixmag magazine Editor in 2015, Duncan Dick was born in the small village of Killearn just outside Glasgow and is currently based in Brixton, London. The editor of The Secret DJ: Tales From The Booth (2021) and The Secret DJ Book II (2019), he is also the author of a book on Copenhagen’s Coma Club. A very occasional DJ with a definite weakness for disco edits of Fleetwood Mac, and an evangelist for the power of club culture as a force for equality, community and creativity, he founded content studio Devil’s Ivy Creative in 2021.