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We’re on the 35th anniversary of the fabled ‘second Summer of Love’, which was the mainstream’s own term for the emerging Acid House/ Rave scene of 1988.
Guesting on this Roundtable discussion are Dom and Chris of Sheep Farm Studios, and Matt Sergiou of the Occult Beatles and Conspiro Media sites.
In the third of four episodes which ask questions that few, if any other researchers ever have, we examine the alarming parallels between this scene and the 1960s hippie/ ‘counter culture’ movement of 21 years previous.
Under discussion this time are:
Tony Colston Hayter and the Sunrise raves; the dubious background of his PR man Paul Staines; the Sun both “exposing” and endorsing “evil” Acid House … in the same edition!; the similarity between LSD being “exposed” by the media in the 60s and Ecstasy in the 80s; James Palumbo and the Ministry of Sound; the Leah Betts affair; the Rettenden murders; Channel 4’s live ecstasy experiment; Carl Cox’s vaccine endorsement; Fatboy Slim; David Guetta; worrying aspects of Paul van Dyk, and much more.
Come back soon for the final episode in this series.
Big thanks to Gregg Vardy for the video editing.
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