After mash-ups took over the clubs last year, and DJs moved away from instrumental dance music to dance music structured more like a pop song (e.g., electro), it was inevitable that the scales would tip to a full-blown '80s rock craze. Forget tinkering with the tunes to make them something different; audiences just want to hear the originals. That might be why there are lines hundred-strong down the block at every Motherfucker party; DJs Michael T and Justine D know that "Blue Monday" always gets them moving, so does anything by Blondie; don't forget the Cars, and a little Joan Jett never hurt anyone. I love rock and roll. Throw in a little Strokes, or Interpol, or Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and the music feels... More >>>