By now you’re probably familiar with Dance Mania. The classic Chicago label that was notoriously associated with ghetto house; a high tempo, dance floor whirlwind that was often littered with some the most profane rhymes ever put to tape. The label and the primary protagonists drifted into oblivion towards the end of last century, only for their legacy to be revived almost a decade later by a collection of present-day diggers and enthusiasts. DJB rang up one the label’s key players, Parris Mitchell, to discuss the label’s legacy, the new compilation on Strut records and why the Chicago producers decided to turn the airwaves blue with their crude verses.
Read the interview on DJ Broadcast