The mirror ball, placed on the dance floor, causes lights and flashes all across the room, creating a narcotic and hedonistic climate. Is the more representative icon of the disco era.
Born in the 70s, a mixture of funk and soul, disco music is a type of music designed to be danced. Names like Diana Ross and Gloria Gaynor laid the foundation of a musical movement that passed the doors of nightclubs with the film Saturday Night Fever and its central theme played by the Bee Gees.
The orchestral sound usually known as disco sound is easily recognizable by its repetitive beats and catchy, the electric piano, string sections and metals. In the famed New York nightclub “Studio 54” the DJ using two plates with the same song, were able to extend the duration of the hits. That resulted in 12-inch versions.
Mirror Ball Embroided On Iron Patch
|Dimensions||5.5 × 5.5 cm|