When the 80’s were coming to an end, the 90’s were beginning.
And it was all part of a dance club renaissance.
Dance music was making its way into the mainstream, as clubs like the Velvet Underground, The Ramones, The Doors, and more were being recorded and released.
There were tons of clubs that played music that was influenced by the 80ies, and the 90s was a time when people started going to clubs and enjoying themselves, even if it was just for a few hours.
Nowadays, dance clubs are thriving, with the number of clubs and shows in the US and Canada reaching record numbers.
It’s not a new phenomenon, though, but a lot of people have been wondering where the 80-90s music came from, what it was like to be there, and what it means for the dance scene.
Here are some of the best 80s-era dance clubs, along with some of their most notable members.