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Indian E-music – The right mix of Indian Vibes… » Laurent Garnier, as told to Tshepo Mokoena

Laurent Garnier: ‘In the 80s, music was boring and too neat’

Delivered... Laurent Garnier, as told to Tshepo Mokoena | Scene | Fri 15 May 2015 12:00 pm

The pioneering DJ and producer picks five songs from book Electrochoc – his account of 30 years of dance music history – that have shaped his love for electronic music, from the Pet Shop Boys to Fade II Black and Justice

When I was living in London in the mid-80s, West End Girls was a massive hit in the clubs. I would always meet my friends before going to the Mud Club – and you had to be especially dressed-up, otherwise the club’s host, Philip Salon, wouldn’t allow you through the doors, so we were pretty eccentric. And when I remember those days, West End Girls is one of a few tracks that we would be listening to all the time.

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