djdiscipleoldschool by DJ Disciple

Banks, David. djdiscipleoldschool. http://djdiscipleoldschool.blogspot.com/

This blog contains the reminisces of DJ Disciple’s career as a DJ. The blog contains only two entries thus far, one some press on his 1999 residency at Motor in Detroit. The other entry, more relevant for our purposes, is his memories of the 1988-1990 period in New York City. Disciple shares his memories of spinning on 91.5 FM, WNYE; the Choice, Wild Pitch, Zanzibar, and his overall feelings about the house music and the scene of that period. The post also contains flyers from parties DJ Disciple spun at during that period.

The Record Players: DJ Revolutionaries by Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton

Brewster, Bill, and Frank Broughton. The Record Players: DJ Revolutionaries. New York, NY: Black Cat, 2010.

A collection of interviews with DJ’s by Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton, authors of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life, some of which originally appeared on their website, djhistory.com,¬†which offers insight into the evolution of the DJ. Interviews that are particularly relevant to NYC house music history includes David Mancuso, Francois Kevorkian, Frankie Knuckles, DJ Pierre, David Morales, and Louie Vega.