WATCH: Liverpool dance music and rise of Cream explored in exclusive new documentary

Liverpool’s legendary dance culture has been celebrated in a stunning new video.

The mini documentary, Freedom of The DJ, focuses on the roots of Liverpool’s house culture and the rise of Cream from club night to worldwide dance institution. Featuring exclusive clips from The State, The Underground, Cream at Nation plus interviews with founder James Barton and DJs Andy Carroll and John Kelly, it’s a must-watch for all dance music enthusiasts.

Featuring exclusive interviews from four pioneers of the Liverpool dance music scene, the firm documents how the city both embraced and shaped the monumental rise of dance music in the early 90s. Sharing his highs and lows, Cream co-founder, James Barton reminisces on the heydays of the dance music movement, which saw more than 6,000 revellers descend on Nation each week and their celebrated albums, which outsold Kylie Minogue in the charts.

Source [Liverpool Echo]


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Loves long walks along the beach, holding hands and romantic 80's power ballads, partial to electronic music and likes to make the odd mix or two.