Drance – Latex Love 12"
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Label Spotlight Records
Styles EBM, House, Industrial
Drance was a Los Angeles-based queer industrial dance band that emerged from within Silver Lake's Club Fuck! scene between 1989-1992. Burning brightly in L.A during the AIDS crisis, their songs reflected an uneasiness toward disease and modern culture, a lust for the forbidden, and a raw desire and rage to stay alive on their own terms. "Latex Love" has been remastered for its first-ever release on vinyl. The track has been updated with a brilliant cover by Kris Baha, as well as a cracking remix from Spotlight's Chris Cruse. The vinyl package includes an essay from artist (and Club Fuck! go-go dancer) Ron Athey, unpublished photos of the band by Michael Matson, and a reproduction of the original Drance sticker. This is the first release from Spotlight Records — an evolution of the infamous Spotlight parties in Los Angeles.
A2 Latex Love (Original Version)
A3 Latex Love (Instrumental)
B1 Latex Love (Chris Cruse Spotlight Mix)
B2 Latex Love (Kris Baha Dub)