Potentially a nice stocking-filler, a new dance culture book was released earlier this month in collaboration with Mixmag. It’s called ‘Destination Dancefloor’.
Written by their former editor Duncan Dick, the book is said to be ‘’a global atlas of dance music & club culture from London to Tokyo, Chicago to Berlin and beyond’’, and features stunning photography and insider recommendations across 240 pages.
It also has a special foreword by the one-and-only Carl Cox.
The publisher summarized: ‘’Whether you want to know more about the start of house music in Chicago, why Ibiza became the world’s summer party destination of choice, or are looking for new destinations to add to your own clubbing bucket list, this unique book is a must-read for all clubbers, past, present, and future.’’
Destination Dancefloor was published by DK . You can buy it now on Amazon.
Carl Cox is quoted on the opening page:
“Clubs are at the heart of our culture, bringing together people of all backgrounds who share a common desire to be part of something special.
I’ve spent my working life in clubs all over the world and met wonderful people and built life-long friendships. I’m so proud that our little movement grew into such a phenomenal global force.”Carl Cox