New York independent DFA was born 15 years ago, co-founded by two Americans – Jonathan Galkin and James Murphy – alongside a Brit, Tim Goldsworthy.
Soon after its arrival, the company released one of the most definitive floor-fillers of the 21st Century – the Rapture’s House Of Jealous Lovers.
Not a bad start.
The record established DFA as a key tastemaker within a burgeoning early noughties cultural scenes; a DJ-driven New York movement influenced by boundary-pushing punk / new wave ’70s acts like Talking Heads, Brian Eno, Television and Blondie.
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