THROWBACK THURSDAY: The Human League – The Dignity Of Labour (Pt. 1) [April 1979]

Before they were “working as a waitress in a cocktail bar”, Sheffield synth-pop pioneers The Human League were delving into seriously arthouse territory with April 1979’s The Dignity of Labour.

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“People are still partying in spite of the persecution…” One year on from the Criminal Justice Act [November 1995]

There are few pieces of legislation more reviled in dance culture than the UK’s Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994, which notoriously gave police the power to shut down

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