The Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive" and John Travolta in flared pants -- that's what comes to mind when you hear the word disco.
But even though platform shoes and sequined one-piece jumpsuits were the craze in the '70s, Basement Miami's got a different take on discotheque culture.
"Disco equals dancing and having fun," says Joshua Wagner, one of the creative masterminds behind Basement Miami and the Miami Beach Edition. "The modern-day definition is antiquated. Disco isn't the music your dad listened to. Disco is about getting involved and contributing to the party."
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