There is a generation of people - maybe those who can still remember the '70s - for whom disco will always be about big polyester collars and plenty of hair gel. But a newer, younger crowd, led by New York DJs Holy Ghost and L.A. funkmeister Dam Funk, have embraced a form of disco that embraces the deep basslines, soulful vocals and dance floor-friendly grooves while shedding the inherent "Saturday Night Fever" cheesiness. One of the leading proponents is DJ Spun, a New York City jock who finds himself in demand at parties on both coasts. Spun is spinning at Bar 7's Bigfeet night alongside fellow NYC DJ Brennan Green, who blends all sorts of house, disco and electrofunk into his eclectic sets. Locals Solomon Sanchez, Ian Brundage and Dave Bloom are in control from 5 to 11, with the headliners going until 2 a.m.
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