April 24, 1999 13:49
PEOPLE'S DJ ON THE SCREEN
[B]Acetate[/B] will be [b]BBC[/b]'s first attempt to deal with club culture on TV...
There will be live sessions filmed in the studio and features on labels, DJs and clubs as well as a historical overview looking at the roots of modern dance music going back to the 60s.
The first show will have a feature celebrating a decade of New York's Strictly Rhythm records and will feature Roger Sanchez and Masters At Work.
Carl Cox also turns up in a cameo role in Human Traffic, a film by Justin Kerrigan that looks at a group of mates on a 'lost weekend'. The film opens nationally on June 4 but will be previewed at Homelands this weekend.