Sponsored link
Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Sponsored link

Arts + CultureMusicListen: DJ Disciple breaks down the cultural history of...

Listen: DJ Disciple breaks down the cultural history of NYC’s house scene on Music Book Club

The legendary music-maker takes us on the spirited journey through decades of the NYC underground.

DJ Disciple’s The Beat, the Scene, the Sound: A DJ’s Journey through the Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of House Music in New York City is a must-read for anyone interested in the social, cultural, and artist background of house music history—and the city in the 1970s up until the current moment. Our third Music Book Club installment is full of juicy stories and insightful opinions from the Grammy-nominated music-maker and educator. Listen in!

And join us on Zoom at noon PST this Sun/25, as author Lance Scott Walker talks about his deep dive into the life of Houston hip-hop innovator DJ Screw. See our previous installments here, and more great events on the Music Book Club site.

48 Hills welcomes comments in the form of letters to the editor, which you can submit here. We also invite you to join the conversation on our FacebookTwitter, and Instagram

Sponsored link

Featured

Federal official tells SF to fix ongoing problems at ‘uninhabitable’ Plaza East public housing

But despite successful organizing campaign, repairs haven't started.

Watch: Legendary DJ Paulette gives us juicy nightlife history on Music Book Club

'Welcome to the Club' details more than 30 years of UK house music history and her own fascinating story.

Hilarious performances whisk you up a shaky ’39 Steps’

San Francisco Playhouse lampoons a ripe Hitchcock—but you may want to binge your noir beforehand.

More by this author

Good Taste: Tartine Manufactory brings the pizza party back

After a four-year break from dinner, the Mission restaurant is throwing dough at night again.

Watch: Scott Woods breaks down ‘Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods’ on Music Book Club

The critic and poet's latest book takes a unique look at the Purple One's career and the meaning of his music.

Good Taste: Dining with SF’s ‘Top Chef’ hopeful

As a James Beard semi-finalist and TV competitor, Dalida chef-owner Laura Ozyilmaz is climbing the food world pinnacle.
Sponsored link

You might also likeRELATED