Joey Negro integrated his passion for disco music into house music as both a producer and as a remixer, causing many to call his music disco-house. Negro released music under a plethora of monikers for a multitude of record labels throughout the '90s and into the next millennium. Just as importantly, he curated several crucial compilations that gathered underappreciated dance music from the '70s and '80s. Born as Dave Lee on England's Isle of Wight, Negro's lifelong relationship with dance music began in the late '70s when he began collecting disco, soul, and funk records. In 1986 he moved to London and began working at a record store, Smithers & Leigh. The store closed down a year later, however, and Negro began working for Rough Trade Distribution, starting its dance department, Demix, and working with labels like Rhythm King. Negro ...
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