All forms of music have spaces they’re designed to work best in. The London Philharmonic Orchestra has a greater ability to prick the hairs on the back of your neck when you’re sat in the stalls of Royal Festival Hall than if you’re listening on Classic FM, in the same way that Bruce Springsteen’s “Thunder Road” never sounded as good as when The Boss is ploughing through it on a balmy summer’s evening at a stadium. But arguably, more than any other type of music, dance music is made for a specific context. To be heard loud. In a club. As the pandemic forced shut the doors of…



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