Clubbed To Death
Documentary broadcast on Lamacq Live on 30 July 2001
Something is rotten in the state of dance; clubs are closing left, right & centre, the record industry can't seem to find the next big thing, and even Ibiza is feeling the pinch.
Meanwhile, the freedom to dance that was a vital part of rave culture has been replaced by all-nighters sponsored by mobile phone companies. Has the dance music bubble burst? Have corporate clubs killed the spirit of dance music?
In 'Clubbed To Death' Entertainment News' Briggy Smale sounds out the industry's movers and shakers, including Basement Jaxx, Judge Jules and Cream's James Barton to find out if reports of dance music's demise have been greatly exaggerated.
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