Regardless of whether a kid is ensconced in Brooklyn or Brazil, a certain strain of teenager dreams of rock stardom. Headphones charged with red-meat riffs, bodies electrified by hormones, their heads swell in a fantastical variant on jamming with, say, that most stalwart carnivore of them all, Led Zeppelin. "Led Zeppelin was the band that made me go into music," techno producer Gui Boratto writes via e-mail from his home in São Paulo. "I was studying guitar and Jimmy Page was my master at that time, like many guitar players at my age. That pushed me to go deeper and to professionally... More >>>