From the Warehouse Project to Warung, Berghain to Burning Man, techno is the dominant sound of world dance music.

Going past the story of how three schoolfriends from the suburbs of Detroit – Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson and Derrick May – invented the style again within the 1980s, this discuss by Mixmag Editor Duncan Dick attracts on the journal’s archives, interview materials, and naturally the music, to have a good time the 'Belleville Three', discover the worldwide influences, from Kraftwerk to Roland to The Electrifying Mojo and the Ford factories of Detroit, that formed the sound’s genesis – and present how its embrace by the golf equipment and artists of Europe helped nurture techno into the worldwide cultural power it has grow to be over 30 years later.

The first of a sequence of Mixmag Talks in affiliation with Funzing, Duncan will use audio and visuals to discover the beginning and rise of the world’s underground sound in a singular location in East London: Juju’s Bar and Stage.

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