The Future Of Clubbing Is...
Sunday 30 August 1998
Talking Loud Records executive and Radio One DJ:
"There's a whole generation who've been brought up on clubs. Now they're bored with it - they want something 3-D"
Ambient DJ and Irresistible Force recording artist
"If there isn't a change I don't see any thing more than Radio One DJs playing terrible records to 16-year-old wankers. It's difficult to see where the future's coming from because all these people have trouble with the present"
Ducky Club impresario
"Putting politics into nightclubs, and not having to check your brain cells in as you walk through the door"
DJ: London's Most Wanted
"You can never say what'll happen. There's always gonna be clubbing, I love clubbing but it does get boring sometimes. I'd like to bring more live musicians in and see freestyling vocals"
Coldcut DJ, Ninja Tune's founder
"My ideal would be part big chill, part stamp-collecting club, part dance club, and my living room"
"The super-clubs are played out now. Once you start going to smaller clubs the overall production becomes tighter. You don't need trapeze artists, it becomes more about the music"
Tomato, design collective
"My feeling is that smaller is going to be better. It's got to be about people investing their care in the music they're making. Basically I think that quality will out"
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