Controlled Weirdness: You’re too Young to Remember the Eighties on YouTube.

You’re too Young to Remember the Eighties – Dancing in a Different Time is the title of an article CW wrote for Datacide Ten in 2008. In November 2021 we sat down with hin and talked about the topics covered in the article and more: Underground clubs and warehouse parties in London in the early to mid 1980s, charting a hidden history of going out, DJing, electro, the rise of house music and the acid house phenomenon.

Announced in this month’s Molehill Report, the long version is now online on our YouTube channel! 

As this article has been the most read article on the Datacide web site we thought it’s a good beginning for series of video versions of articles. We are planning to add more interviews, talks and video versions of Datacide articles in the coming weeks and months.

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