The roots of modern dance are often overlooked by millennials (myself included until a little while ago.) Over time, I have learned that perhaps what’s even more important than understanding music today, is understanding how we ever got to this point.
The official release party of “Life and Death on the New York Dance Floor 1980-1983,” and book signing by Tim Lawrence will take place at Analog in Brooklyn, Saturday October 15th.
Music by Bruce Forest (A well-known resident of the iconic nightclub, Better Days) Occupy the Disco, and an opening set by Bliss Forest (yup, that’s me!).
Better Days was part of the golden era of nightlife sharing the spotlight with names such as The Paradise Garage, Studio 54, and David Mancuso’s Loft. As an in demand producer and remixer for giants such as Madonna, Paul McCartney, and Elton John, Bruce Forest also helped shape the sound of artists like Danny Tenaglia, David Morales, and Louie Vega.
This event will also be the premiere of the SBS Membrane, a concept processor (that took three years to develop), and will add to Analog’s already incredible sound system.
If you want to know about the unique complexities that make up Analog’s sound, you can read more here: http://www.sbsslammer.com/
Don’t wait on tickets, get them here: www.betterdaysdisco.com/