I started my quest to read every Murakami book about 2 months ago and have been a non stop ride ever since. Needless to say my brain isn’t functioning the same anymore and it now lives in another world.
My latest is Hard-Boiled Wonderland and The End Of The World, but that was recently put on hold from a new release. I think my mind can stand a little break from the wonderful worlds of Murakami for a second either way.
DJhistory.com released The Record Players: Dj Revolutionaries late last year and it seemed to have just made it’s way stateside. Bill Brewster, author of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life and Frank Broughton compiled their interviews spanning nearly a decade with the worlds greatest DJs that shaped the history of club music around the world.
I have been reading this in a non-linear fashion hopping from my all time favorites to names I have never heard of. So far the stand outs have been Francois K and very unexpectedly Paul Oakenfold.
If you are antsy to get your hands on a copy and are in the New York area, St Marks Bookstore has a few left and Turntable Lab has some on order.