‘The Boogaloo Never Died:’ How The Quintessential Music of 1960s New York Is Making A Comeback

Upbeat boogaloo and the more diverse, romantic Latin soul were revolutionary, socially conscious, and dancefloor-ready. The music absolutely took over the northern boroughs’ youth culture, which was often plagued by gangs, poverty, and racism that were the prelude to New York City’s near bankruptcy in 1975.

Fly By Night 11/2/10

(see full post for audio) Playlist: Sun City Girls – Blue West Mugstar – Technical knowledge as a weapon Grinderman – Worm tamer The Black Angels – Yellow elevator #4 Lumerians – Burning mirrors Jaill – Thank us later Harlem – Torture me The Electric Mess – You make me raw Generationals – Trust Beach […]