The Second Summer of Love: How Dance Music Took Over The World by Alon Shulman is a comprehensive account of the birth of acid house… and the dance culture it spawned.

Earlier this summer, 909originals offered one lucky winner the chance to win a copy of the book, signed by dance music royalty: Paul Oakenfold, Danny Rampling and Carl Cox.

Following a great response, we can now reveal that the winner of this exclusive prize is… SIBYLLA LOFTS!

Sibylla correctly identified which of the following acid house legends were referred to by the following pseudonyms in the book: The King (Carl Cox), The Pioneer (Danny Rampling) and The Guvnor (Paul Oakenfold).

Congratulations Sibylla, we will be in touch in the coming days to send you your prize.

Author Alon Shulman (centre) with Paul Oakenfold and Carl Cox, at Stonehenge


The Second Summer of Love: How Dance Music Took Over The World is an essential read, and explains “what happened, why it happened, and what could have been different” about dance music’s origins, as author Alon Shulman told 909originals earlier this summer (click here for the full interview).

The book is available to buy here – pick it up while stocks last! 🙂

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