LWE launches a new series of features focused on people who are often overlooked in dance music journalism: the record shop owners and clerks who’ve provided access to and shaped the tastes of countless record buyers. We begin with Keith Pishnery’s interview with John Cellura of Bent Crayon, in Cleveland Ohio.
John Daly’s genuine passion for early house and disco has enabled him to advance their contemporary forms, rather than just repeat history. When LWE got together to chat with Daly, we found just what you’d expect: a man with plenty of thought behind his work.
In this essay, LWE/RA contributor Luis-Manuel Garcia examines how electronic dance music shapes how its fans experience time.