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Junior Vasquez

Sheryl Garratt, The Observer, 28 September 2000

IN THE SUMMER of 1990, I was in New York for the New Music Seminar, as were many of the UK's emerging new DJs and club promoters. Nearly all of us ended up on the dancefloor of the Sound Factory, a dark, bare barn of a club on 27th Street where a DJ called Junior Vasquez took the decks at midnight on Saturday and played non-stop until Sunday afternoon.

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