One of the few things that compares to my love of movies is my love of music. Like films I embrace all genres, the classic sounds of Zeppelin, Floyd and Springsteen, the pure pop of New Order and Madonna, the funk of Prince and RHCP, the hard rock of Foo Fighters, and the lesser known delights of Buckwheat Zydeco, John Butler Trio and Ladyhawke. But one of my biggest passions is dance music, and for the last three years there’s has been an event in Kent that has combined the energy of dancefloor fillers with the fun of Halloween. Welcome to Bedlam.
Modern dance music has been around for decades now, since the early 1970’s when New York underground dance music mutated into disco. In the UK dance music reached its commercial peak in 1999, when house and trance music reached a receptive audience. The Ibiza soundtrack had infiltrated everything, from fashion and magazines, to advertisin
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