In these excerpts from his lively and meticulous new book, The Underground Is Massive: How Electronic Dance Music Conquered America, longtime Reader contributor Michaelangelo Matos chronicles the three-decade ascent of EDM.
by Michaelangelo Matos | Apr 29, 2015
Chicago house music is the sound of global pop today. In the 90s, though, it was on life support—until a new wave of producers, including Cajmere and DJ Sneak, got the city doing the Percolator.
by Michaelangelo Matos | May 3, 2012
Fabric mixes from Craig Richards and Goldie and a DJ-Kicks mix from Motor City Drum Ensemble
by Michaelangelo Matos | Aug 11, 2011
David Browne's new Fire and Rain proposes 1970 as the year the counterculture had to learn to do business
by Michaelangelo Matos | May 26, 2011
Hotflush, the UK dance label that made dubstep safe for pop fans, divides its future from its past on a new compilation.
by Michaelangelo Matos | Mar 31, 2011
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