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Central Station Opens Up About Their Music Wars

Friday 30th June / presented by Graeme Watson

Central Station is a name that is central to the world of dance music in Australia. The record label and music store was known as a catalyst for dance music, moving into the mainstream over many decades.
Founder of the iconic business, Giuseppe ‘Jo’ Palumbo, who helped build it up alongside partner Morgan Williams, have captured the history of their business in a new book Music Wars: The History of Central Station. There’s even a section about RTRFM’s role in the development of dance music, and former Beats Per Minute presenter Colin Bridges.

Giuseppe spoke with Artbeat to discuss the book in more detail.

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