An Oral History Of The Early Days of UK House

Out now on Strut Records, Richard Sen’s This Ain’t Chicago collection casts an eye on mid-80s England, when the sounds of house, techno and electronic dance music making their way over from the States gave way to a wave of original UK productions. We sat down for interviews with some of the major players, including Lesley Lawrence of Bang The Party, P-Mac (producer for May), Kiss FM DJ Colin Faver, and of course Richard Sen, to speak about the parties, drum machines, labels, and drugs that inspired the music.
Richard Sen Presents:
This Ain’t Chicago
The Underground Sound of House & Acid 1987-1991
Out Now on Strut Records
Excellent, especially if you have any interest in dance music’s rich history –Time Out NY
“Dark, minimal vintage house, just the way anyone with taste likes it.” –MTV Iggy
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