Welcome to Back To Disco
This site had originally been created as a portal for the Back to Disco internet radio station where you could listen to the best late 70's and 80's disco. That included a mix of classic disco, high energy, new wave, fast disco, Italo, freestyle, megamixes, remixes, white label pressings, DJ mixes, and surprises. The broadcast was non-profit and free to listeners. The music was based on the Southern California party scene. With speeds set as it was played at house parties, warehouses, halls, discotheques, high school dances and cruising spots. Most of the playlist was composed from original vinyl collections of BTD associates and L.A. record clubs and collectors. We hope you enjoy the website and continue to check in regularly as it will always have new information. It is our intention to keep this site simple, classic and easy to navigate. Officially created on May 15, 2003.
Picture Of The Day
The Legendary PEGASUS (1979 - present) - Part 1
The Cerda Family has gathered to share this true story with you. It is a bio and documentary of what started out as a family hobby and later evolved into one of LA’s Best Mobile DJ’s in the late 70’s and 80’s. The success of this venture led to the best years in Mobile DJ History. It is our hope that you relive, reminisce and cherish some of the best parties and friendships ever created during that era!!The family collaboration was and is known as “PEGASUS”. This was a Cerda family project mainly consisting of four brothers Bobby, Gabriel, Joey and Danny. The family has collected and attached rare photo’s to actually paint the picture and illustrate the history behind this legacy. PEGASUS at its peak had a booming following of approximately 500 to 1000 loyal followers for a consecutive 4 to 5 years….
This adventure began when Vinyl records on turntables was the only way that DJ’s performed. This produced the best sounding, high quality/clarity of music! At that time, there were no CDR writers, mp3 players or Ipods. These gadgets hadn’t even been invented. Of course there were no websites, emails or message boards to spread the word to the thousands of happy party goers….The passing and receiving of well designed flyers or by word of mouth, a telephone call, and the posting of billboards on street posts or paying for radio spot advertisement, were the only means of promoting parties.
"HOLD ON TIGHT, THIS IS WHERE WE SPREAD OUR WINGS AND FLY...."
Bobby - aka "The Founder"