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How the Dance Music Industry failed Black Artists
DeForrest Brown, Jr. surveys the last three decades of the dance music industry to figure out what went wrong for Black artists
Inside Trax Records: Why Chicago's house originators are fighting for reparations
Decades on from changing the world, Chicago's pioneers are still pursuing payment and the rights to the music they created
Glastonbury may not return until 2022 says Michael Eavis
The festival founder said a 2021 edition is "wishful thinking"
Amsterdam club De School is closing down
The venue, which has faced public criticism recently, cites COVID-19 as the reason
Glastonbury fears bankruptcy if 2021 edition can’t take place
“We haven’t got unlimited resources – we carry enough to float the next event” said Michael Eavis
Death Row Records is now owned by toy giant Hasbro
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Sónar Reykjavík 2019 canceled after WOW Air goes bankrupt
Over half of the festival's attendees were relying on the airline for travel
Amsterdam venue Sugar Factory forced to file for bankruptcy
The venue closes its doors after 14 years in operation