Het Roxy Archief, Cleo Campert
Mary Go Wild, 2021. Softcover. 260 pages. 40 x 27 cm. Text in Netherlander. Used. VG. Lower corner somewhat bent and a mark to back cover. This book is an invaluable collection that documents the vibrant and revolutionary history of the legendary nightclub in Amsterdam. It serves as a remarkable testament to the impact of the club on the city's nightlife and the wider cultural landscape. Het Roxy was an iconic club that played a pivotal role in the emergence of electronic music and club culture in the Netherlands. It was known for its groundbreaking programming, which showcased a diverse range of genres including acid house, techno, new wave, and industrial music. The club became a sanctuary for creative minds, attracting artists, DJs, and enthusiasts who sought a space to express themselves freely. A comprehensive exploration of the club's legacy through photos from Campert's time as resident photographer!