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 go-go dancer) Ron Athey, unpublished photos of the band by Michael Matson, and a reproduction of the original Drance sticker.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.