Sweet Harmony: Radio Rave & Waltham Forest 1989-1994


Details ︎
144 pages
︎ 210 × 150 × 50 mm
︎ x1 Colour Print
︎ 120gsm Kaskad Flamingo Pink paper
︎ Aldgate Press

Blurb ︎
Sweet Harmony: Mapping Waltham Forest’s dance radio stations, record shops & venues, 1989-1994 is a 24-page booklet and wrap around B2 map, which maps out former pirate radio stations, venues and businesses who were key in the development of the rave music scene in the late 80s and early 90s in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The booklet and map include oral history interviews, links to playlists, archival flyers and photographs from the time. The book accompanies the project Sweet Harmony: Radio, Rave & Waltham Forest, 1989-1994.

Oral history extracts include Roy Balfourth, Linden C, Andy Clockwork, Dlux, DJ Rap, Vicki Edwards, Adrian Hall, Kier Hawkins, Stephen Hebditch, Ronnie Herel, Marlon Guildford, Gordon Mac, MC Navigator, Roger the Doctor, Slipmatt, Mike Stone, Tim Strudwick and Warlock.

The booklet and map is a limited edition print run of 1,000 copies and is designed by Claudia Schenk, Trockenbrot. It’s printed by Aldgate Press in one colour Pantone green on 120gsm Kaskad Flamingo Pink paper, saddle stitched with a folded map as jacket which is full colour printed on 100gsm Arcoprint.


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