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Sep 10, 2012

Dj Mag: The Infamous Footwork, Toronto

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Written by: Keith Wozniak

For every “mega club” that exists in major cities across the globe there’s also places like Footwork in Toronto.  Found this article from August that’s worth mentioning.

Here’s a great excerpt from the interview, make sure to click through to read the entire thing!

The state of the industry. Is it harder or easier to remain underground minded as the industry is embraced more and more by the mainstream?

This topic makes us cringe a bit.  The flavour of the month is to hate on the guys headlining festivals and we’re not sure what that’s all about.  Nobody owns dance music and nobody should worry too much about who else is playing it, how they’re playing it, or who they’re playing it to.  Remaining underground shouldn’t be a goal as an artist.  Making great music should be the goal.  If the most recent picture of Dj X playing with his cable unplugged is bothering you that much, maybe you cut the internet/Facebook out of your studio.  We will say this though, overall, we are happier with where the scene is today compared to where it was 4 or 5 years ago, and a lot of the guys that people love to hate on have played key roles in that evolution.

http://www.djmag.ca/2012/08/21/interview-the-infamous-footwork-toronto/



About the Author

Keith Wozniak
Founder of this web site, I have also has been involved with raves since 1999 as a raver, flyer guy, owned a promotion company throwing small and large events and also ran one of the first Dancesafe chapters. I've done it all and have never thought the scene was dead. Also writes for SchulzArmy.com




 
 

 

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