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What happened to dance music?

What is the first thing you hear when turning on the radio? If you are lucky enough to tune in time for actually see some music, chances are it's the last race of new-wave-new-rave-alternative-loud-voiced, indie-rock. (I call it guitar music, for short.) Such has been the case for several years, since the disappearance of the higher states of consciousness and the invasion of the Gallagher brothers in the early nineties.

When reading the Guardian online archives, I came across an article entitled "Bored of the Dance", which documents the collapse of some of the finest acts of the United Kingdom of dance in the last decade. Fatboy Slim enjoyed less success on the charts with the release of his latest album, Palookaville, while the popular magazines of reports once the scene was completely bankrupt.

Muzik, Jockey Slut time ministry and provided readers with news, reviews and future versions of all upcoming dance events. Today, the only survivor of the attack is Mixmag, fighting the good fight alone in a world full of "music of the Guitar "magazines such as Kerrang, Metal Hammer and NME. But the question is, if dance music is as dead as they say, then why the queues to enter in clubs, and why is there still so many festival tents with the self-proclaimed "dance?" The answer is simple: Dance music never died, simply transformed into something else.

I think it began when Bloc Party burst onto the scene at the turn of the century. Their debut album, "Silent Alarm" forged a new sound that was just what I needed to dance fans – a mix of real instruments, fast and catchy bass lines. Moving in a few years and now we have the likes of The Klaxons, (champions of the New Rave) colts (Math-Rock anyone?), and The Futureheads. These bands seem confused as to where their loyalties. On a night that will play to a sell out crowd at the Brixton Academy, while the following night sees them spinning tunes on the ones and twos in a cellar party.

Coincidentally, we have a lot of dance acts with equally confused identities. Justice, the last of Paris "act of dancing are a couple of skinny-jean since, leather jacket dresses producers who are engaged in the reorientation of the scene. His fusion of bass lines and quirky too compressed electro rhythms has won fans of all genres of modern music. Similarly, Soulwax (headed by Belgian brothers David and Stephen Dewaele) continue their assault two fronts on our ears through a combination of live shows and "mash up" mix as never heard before.

If the fusion of sounds presented here does not float your boat, try something a little more suited to Radio 2 playlist. Soundsytem LCD recently released her second album, entitled Sound Silver and listeners of today with something that David Byrne would have been proud of. Its harmonious blend of real instruments, Casio keyboards and male vocals has proved a big hit with music listeners young and old

The effect of this in the music industry is all contrary to the title of The Guardian, "Bored of Dance ". A new generation of music created a new type of fan and later as there is no limit. And what if I like dancing all night a dirty club in London, I am still allowed to wear skinny jeans.

So next time you hear someone say that dance music is dead politely point out that dance music actually led the revolution that created the best sounds of this century. For the first time, rock, pop, break and beyond all sit happily together under one umbrella.

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Samantha is an expert Research and Theatre consultant. Her current interests are UK shortbreaks including LEGOLAND Windsor and Drayton Manor..

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