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From the early days of rock n' roll radio, to country music, to the heyday of block parties in the South Bronx, to today's EDM mega-stars, DJs have always been a part of America's musical lexicon.Without challenge these tactics could close every licensed premises in the country, something needs to change or our night time economy and culture will continue in this worrying spiral of decline. The fight starts this week, here at cannot give enough thanks for all the support that has been shown to us over the last few weeks. fabric was founded in 1999 by Keith Reilly and Cameron Leslie.Simply put, it’s a space that was conceived by people that go to clubs, for people that go to clubs. Y / SABLE SHEEP / SABRE / SAM BINGA / SAM RUSSO / SAM SPARRO / SAM TIBA / SAM TOTOLEE / SAMIM / SAMMY DEE / SAMMY P / SAMPHA / SAMRAI / SAMU.Specifically, Denham Jolly, the head honcho at Milestone (FLOW's parent company) needs to make up his mind whether he's catering to the city's large black population or to a whiter, er... The latter is definitely not what I had in mind when I wrote letters asking the CRTC to give the black community a chance on the dial.The battle back then was about a channel that would represent African Canadians, and Jolly talked about programming that was multi-dimensional and educational. Here, in a rating system (see below) inspired by local rap great Kardinal Offishall, is my take on where FLOW flubs and where it scores.