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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.

“Imagine the DJ is taking notes while everyone in the club is dancing,” reads one of the blurbs on UK legend DJ Paulette’s new memoir Welcome to the Club. Over a 30 year career—including as one of the foundational house music DJs of the Manchester rave and queer scene—that’s a lot of notes! And Paulette misses nothing, confronting the racism, misogyny, and homophobia that the scene fought outside and within itself. Candid and hilarious, Paulette gives it to us (queerly) straight on the latest Music Book Club.

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