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May 3rd, 2015 19:43pm

Do Ya!

Purple Disco Machine add their usual brand of disco suss to reinvigorate Hercules & Love Affair’s stand-out track from The Feast of the Broken Heart LP.

Turning the house into nu-disco sheen it’s a love affair of infectious grooves.

Categories: Nu Disco
Mar 8th, 2015 19:51pm

Super Discount 3

French house veteran Etienne De Crecy is back with the third instalment of his Super Discount series. The first one was released way back in 1997, still a bonafide classic to this day, 2nd edition 2004, didn’t quite live up to the debut compilation but nevertheless was a strong selection of french disco artists and quality tunes.

This track absolutely epitomises the vibe of Super Discount, a euro disco sound and sultry french vocals. There’s more crackers on this third instalment and dare I say it is on par with Volume 1.

Nov 22nd, 2014 22:56pm

I play the street life

This tune is about a year old, but it’s still packing a disco punch a year on, a rework of 1998’s House stomper Life Is Changing by Cricco Castelli which in turn samples Seventies jazz funkers The Crusaders tune My Lady from their 1979 album Street Life, hence the name Street Life for this tune. The German DJ and producer duo Purple Disco Machine keep it clean and crisp, sticking to their familiar formular of taking old disco tracks and making them into new fresh beats by retaining snippets of the best bits. This is still banging.

Official site purplediscomachine.com

Categories: Disco, Electronic, Nu Disco
Nov 22nd, 2014 20:05pm

Eskimo Green Collection

Showcasing more nu-disco Eskimo tracks, The Green collection follows hot off the heels of The Blue Collection and last years Pink Collection, both previous colours set the bar high for quality disco. The Green Collection is simmering with cosmic grooves that match the same heights of the previous colours, with a bonus mix included with each volume Eskimo are setting up a thrilling series. Great Thing (feat. Jacques Teal) by Horixon and this tune Shimmer by Knight One particularly pop out, but as a whole this LP is a worthy addition to your disco collection. 

This will keep you warm this winter, Recommended.

Categories: Nu Disco
Oct 26th, 2014 13:05pm

Nu-Disco Anthem

Big tune from nu-disco maverick Lindstrøm teaming up with fellow Scandinavian pop duo Say Lou Lou. Sounds a bit like the classic Norwegian singer Annie and her 2004 Anniemal LP, Games for Girls is currently ripping up discotheques everywhere.

Little girls with fancy toys, Say Lou Lou are ones to watch!

Categories: Electronic, Nu Disco, Pop
Sep 17th, 2014 23:54pm

Living in a Dream

oh wow, I love this tune! I love this album, a major contender for album of the year.

The utterly brilliant Nancy Whang takes centre stage on this captivating new Juan MacLean LP In a Dream. Nancy sings on most tracks, it's like a mordern take on Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder making timeless dance music.

More of an extensive review to follow...

Aug 10th, 2014 14:51pm

Obscure Disco

Late Night Tales Presents After Dark: Nightshift

Nightshift is cult DJ connoisseur Bill Brewster's second outing in Late Night Tales' After Dark series following on seamlessly from the dubby grooves of the first After Dark compilation. Bill picks out another fine selection of Slo-tempo disco funk, slowly brewed to form another top class musical journey of discovery. Old and rare tracks rub shoulders with new and exclusive previously unreleased tracks. The Grid & Robert Fripp A Cabala Sky is one of five exclusive tracks to feature throughout this emphatic collection, a superb deep and dubby disco chugger that oozes a groovy baseline.

Bonafide dance-floor-fillers from Mugwump and Hubbabubbaklubb ensure the After Dark off-shoot series stays true to the quality output of that we expect from the LateNightTales series. Highly and Totally Recommended.

Apr 20th, 2014 13:11pm

Lose your mind

Funky Disco mavericks Chromeo tease out another tune from their fourth-coming LP White Woman, Come Alive features a guest spot from Chaz Bundick of Toro Y Moi.

80's synth sounds still in full force with a highly polished sheen, funk guitars that Nile Rogers would be proud of top it off to keep the disco groove on target.

Categories: Disco, Nu Disco
Apr 20th, 2014 12:49pm

You got me writing...

Metronomy's big slab of indulgent pop Love Letters gets an extensive make-over from dance-floor connoisseur's Soulwax. Adding a typewriter beat the Soulwax brothers pump-up the disco vibe keeping in the mad meandering trumpets and infectious looping chorus. All sounds very DFA and is an epic take on a short sharp piece of pop brilliance.

Are we gonna get a remixed version of the Love Letters album like they did with The English Riviera? lets hope so!

Categories: Nu Disco, Pop, Remix
Feb 9th, 2014 23:31pm

Vintage Futurism

New compilation LP out last week Elaste Vol. 4 Meta-Disco and Proto-House compiled by Dompteur Mooner the next instalment in Mooner's Elaste series is a crate diggers delight of rare and obscure gems. Rinder & Lewis' Gluttony is relentless slab of dark disco which sounds like Giorgio Moroder soundtracking a killer on the run in a warped eighties movie. Taken from Rinder & Lewis Seven Deadly Sins Album. Dompteur Mooner's edit adds more weight to the original.

There are more twisted leftfield obscurities on this LP such as Larry Levan's unreleased Garage Demo mix of Man Friday's Love Honey, Love Heartache, Charanjit Singh's Raga Madhuvanti and Shake the Mind by C Cat Trance.

Like this? Try: Trust, Zombie Nation, DJ Hell

Categories: Disco, Nu Disco, Psychedelic
Jan 1st, 2014 19:42pm

These are the top 30 LPs that rock our world last year. 

  1. Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
  2. The Limiñanas - Costa Blanca
  3. Kanye West - Yeezus
  4. Footprintz - Escape Yourself
  5. Matthew E. White - Big Inner
  6. Empire Of The Sun - Ice On The Dune
  7. Saâda Bonaire - Saâda Bonaire
  8. Unknown Mortal Orchestra - II
  9. Arcade Fire - Reflektor
  10. Bonobo - The North Borders
  11. Devendra Banhart - Mala
  12. Forest Swords - Engravings
  13. Daniel Avery - Drone Logic
  14. John Grant - Pale Green Ghosts
  15. Bill Callahan - Dream River
  16. Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires of the City
  17. Washed Out - Paracosm
  18. DJ Koze - Amygdala
  19. Blood Orange - Cupid Deluxe
  20. Boards of Canada - Tomorrow's Harvest
  21. Foxygen - We Are The 21st Century Ambassadors Of Peace & Magic
  22. My Bloody Valentine - mbv
  23. Taragana Pyjarama - Nothing Hype
  24. Jon Hopkins - Immunity
  25. Earl Sweatshirt - Doris
  26. Darkside - Psychic
  27. Deafheaven - Sunbather
  28. M.I.A - Matangi
  29. Proviant Audio - Drift Days & Disco Nights
  30. Classixx - Hanging Garden
Blog entries for each album are in the right column for reviews and sample tracks.


Nov 9th, 2013 18:12pm

Drifting away so high

Cut-up disco from Norwegian disco pioneer Mathias Stubø, back with his live band Proviant Audio. The new LP called Drift Days & Disco Nights, this choice slice is one of many great tracks from this collection of disco and off-kilter hip-hop beats with popping snippets.

Nu-disco LPs like this don't come along to often, dripping with a golden quality to shake your booty to together with lazy Balearic beats to drift along with. It's got more pop than the likes of Lindstrom and Todd Terje but that's no bad thing. A little late for the summer now, but it sure does brighten up the grey skies of winter. A touch of old Daft punk here and there with more hooks than a strip of velcro. Highly Recommended!

Buy it now on iTunes

Categories: Nu Disco
Nov 9th, 2013 17:06pm

Epic Stomper

Brosteinsjungel is one of the tracks on the B-side from Tarjei Nygård's latest Single Hardkokt, a disco marathon that just keeps going, the unrelenting bubbling groove takes over the senses and complete carries you off, pausing only for the introduction of chopping organs sampled from Seventies classic Why Can't We Live together by Soulman Timmy Thomas. The other tracks Hardkokt and Katapult are banging too, mixed by key man Prins Thomas.

Buy it here on iTunes

Categories: Nu Disco, Scandinavian
Sep 7th, 2013 13:38pm

Hot Summer Nights

Beautiful Swimmers, the Baltimore duo of Maxmillion Dunbar (AKA: Andrew Field-Pickering) and Ari Goldman released a new album - Son - recently, compiling previous 12" singles and a few new ones of sun-kissed nu-disco grooves. Maxmillion Dunbar has been doing pretty well on his own of late following the successful House of Woo LP.

This tune - Big Coast first materialised back in 2010 but still sounds fresh as a daisy in a summer meadow. With the summer coming to an end you can squeeze the last few rays of sunshine out with this LP as your soundtrack, should see you in to the Autumn months nicely. Highly Recommended.

Top Tracks: Big Coast, Swimmers Groove, Running Over.

Categories: Electronic, Nu Disco
Jul 22nd, 2013 23:56pm

Sun-soaked Jam

Berlin-based producer Moritz Friedrich aka Siriusmo released his Enthusiast LP last month, this track Congratulator has been ripping up the decks for some time now, but it's the perfect accompaniment to Todd's Standbar and I dare say it will be gracing the the tunes of the year charts come December.

See you at the beach!

Categories: Electronic, Nu Disco
Jul 22nd, 2013 23:35pm

View from the beach bar

Todd Terje just keeps churning out the big guns - Ragysh, Snooze 4 Love, Inspector Norse, Lanzarote (with Lindstrøm) and now the follow-up Strandbar – which means beach bar - (Disko), already a monster dance-floor smash after a couple of months, the Norwegian producer/DJ is definitely on a purple patch.

Perfect for the summer sound system, Terje is master of the universe right now. The sun-kissed piano hook on this with the key changes is so cool, plenty of hands in the air moments, what's next for the disco superstar?!!

Categories: Disco, Electronic, Nu Disco
May 6th, 2013 06:49am

Neomix Volume Two

Finally after so many people bugging me, I've put together another mixtape in the Neoloop series Neomix (I guess I can call it a series now there is a second volume!). Volume Two is as eclectic as the first and covers all the stuff we love on Neoloop.


Tracklisting is as follows:

  • 1. Get Free: Major Laser
  • 2. Why: Carly Simon
  • 3. On and On (Ruined by Rick Rubin): Justice
  • 4. Big Love: Matthew E. White
  • 5. Without You: Behling
  • 6. I Walk This Earth: King Biscuit Time
  • 7. I'm on Fire (Cousin Cole's Bad Desire Remix): Bruce Springsteen
  • 8. Hamjam (Tofu Mix): The Soul Session
  • 9. Social Studies (Plastic Plates Remix): Body Language
  • 10. So Good At Being In Trouble: Unknown Mortal Orchestra
  • 11. Big Shot: Dr.John
  • 12. Bombay: El Guincho
  • 13. Tear Club: Moullinex
  • 14. Chip Off The Old Block: Chic
  • 15. Destiny: John Talabot
  • 16. Le Grand Sommeil: Ginger Ale
  • 17. Get Lucky: Daft Punk
  • 18. Utopia: Footprintz
  • 19. Juicy Onion: Brusco
  • 20. Benediction: Hot Natured & Ali Love
  • 21. Bourgie Bourgie: John Davis & The Monster Orchestra
  • 22. Inspector Norse: Todd Terje
  • 23. Lost: Frank Ocean
  • 24. Sea: Roosevelt
  • 25. Done and Over It: Marie Madelenine
  • 26. Goblin City (Holy Ghost Remix): Panthers
  • 27. Island: The Whitest Boy Alive
  • 28. La La La: Snoop Lion
  • 29. Fashion Killa: A$AP Rockey
  • 30. Perfidia: Phyllis Dillon
  • 31. The Baddest Man Alive: The Black Keys
  • 32. Blue Skies: Willie Nelson



Apr 6th, 2013 19:57pm

Warm-up with some blistering beats

Footprintz stroll into the summer with some of the most sun drenched beats I've heard all year. Having already delighted us with nu-disco hits of huge singles Utopia, Dangers of the Mouth and The Favourite Game their debut album Escape Yourself is a sure fire hit this year. It's an album bursting at the seams with catchy hooks - The Things That Last Forever, The Invisible, Uncertain Change, The Fear of Numbers and scorcher Zanzibar all adding to a quality LP along with the singles. Clarian North and Adam Hunter have been making music together since high school. You can feel the warmth of the sun on your skin with very beat. A utopian delight from start to finish, highly recommended.

Buy it on iTunes

Categories: Nu Disco
Feb 9th, 2013 13:08pm


Pumping out the disco groove today, here's a skanking disco number from Kellerkind from the beginning of last year still sounding good. Peppered with bursts of jazz the hypnotic ska-loop beats pull you into the groove, topped off with a funky organ finish, Triple Distilled to perfection. You can't help moving your body to this one.

From Kellerkind's Disco On The Dancefloor EP and the album Basement Story.

Buy on iTunes click here.

Categories: Electronic, Nu Disco
Jan 7th, 2013 23:45pm


Storming nu-disco tune from Brusco using Mtume's Juicy fruit's killer hook. Brusco are London duo Scott Martin and Bruno Lawton. My ol' mate Scott has a passion for all genres of music, but disco has always been a staple in his DJ sets. I love the build-up - as the subtle vocal snippets dance under the groove while the unmistakable pumped up Juicy Fruit baseline teases to the front of the mix, fully exposing itself and the killer line 'I'll be your lollypop, you can lick me everywhere'. This is how you rebrand a classic.

Juicy Fruit is another soul classic from back in the day, 1983. It's a staple hip hop sample, Common, Warren G, Notorious B.I.G, Keyshia Cole, Faith Evans, J-Lo, Mariah Carey and Alicia Keys have all borrowed the beat from it. The rolling beat is a classic written by James Mtume and released as the lead-off single from Mtume's sixth album, also titled Juicy Fruit. Perfect late night groovin. Listen to the original click here.


Categories: Nu Disco
Jan 2nd, 2013 23:29pm

A big slab of Nu-Disco!

I didn't know I loved it until I heard it. Superb tune to warm you up on a cold winter evening from the excellent Plastic Plates.

Categories: Disco, Electronic, Nu Disco
Nov 24th, 2012 14:47pm

A maniac on the floor

Moullinex's debut album Flora released on Gomma Records last month mixes up that classic 70's chic disco sound with a new polished edge. Flora encompasses French house, nu-disco, neo-pop and future-retro with panache and style.

Munich-based Luis Clara Gomes, originally from Portugal has made an album that effortlessly mixes from the couche to the dance floor, with a wealth of talented friends in tow Moullinex creates a real organic live-sounding nu-disco sound. Featuring an array of vocal excellence from Luis himself as well as guests Peaches, Iwona Skwarek and Da Chick.

With an impressive back catalogue of remixes behind him the disco aficionado certainly has an ear for a catchy hook and a deep baseline. Including a very credible cover of Michael Sembello's eighties hit Maniac from the Flashdance soundtrack which features vocals from Peaches.The sun-drenched melodies of Flora will spawn many underground hits, let's hope one breaks into the mainstream and give's Moullinex the exposure they deserve. A timeless album that is highly recommended.

Moullinex official site, Buy it on iTunes

Next month Moullinex release Flora Club Versions.

Categories: Disco, Nu Disco
Nov 17th, 2012 19:35pm

Tuba Disco!

Following up from fellow Norwegian and collaborative associate space-disco maverick Lindstrøm we have a the perfect partner LP in Prins Thomas's new offering - Prins Thomas II. Cosmic-disco never sound so healthy, Prins takes this particular space jam into a hypnotic Lil Louis French Kiss' vibe, the tuba bubbling under the pulsating rhythms and a melody of I feel love Donna Summer, absolutely kills it!

More of the same on Prins Thomas II Out now. Buy it on iTune click here

Nov 11th, 2012 19:29pm

Cosmic Lindstrøm is back!

Smalhans is the new album from the Norwegian space disco man. Vōs-Sākō-Rv is my favourite on the first few listens, Each track is named after a traditional Norwegian dish, check it out.


Aug 6th, 2012 23:25pm

Electro-goth you can trust

Electro-goths Trust made their debut with TRST back in February this year, the Toronto duo Robert Alfons and Maya Postepski are virtual clones of Crystal Castles with a striking resemblance to their fellow Canadians. Dirty synthesizers and pulsating electro beats, heavy influences of 80's electronic masters such as Giorgio Moroder and Kraftwerk. The album has been a slow burner for me, growing in significance with more airplay. Dark and weird, tracks like Gloryhole and (single) Bulbform twist and turn from brutal trance to hi-energy disco. This track, This Ready Flesh is a slow and heavy monster-slab of a tune, Alfons and Postepski duet with sinister under-current. Scary, but in a good way!

Not sure about that cover though, it's certainly not the artsit in the picture!

Buy it on iTunes

Dec 4th, 2011 18:13pm


NYC's Escort Caméleon Chameleon is the lead track from their self-titled debut LP, modern day lush disco that sounds like Kid Creole and The Coconuts have made a new tune.

Totally tropical and feel good, Escort are a 17 strong disco orchestra, and although it's got a classic disco sound, it still sounds fresh and nu. Feel the groove and soak up the beats!

Buy it on iTunes

Categories: Disco, Nu Disco
Feb 2nd, 2011 01:13am

Toro Y Moi caused a bit of stir in 2009 and last year with the chillwave album Causers Of This, which spurned the much hyped track Blessa.

2011's follow up see's Chazwick Bundick going in slightly funkier direction with this disco groove Still Sound. From the forthcoming album Underneath the Pine. Love the easy beat and synth hook that keeps your feet tapping all day long. Arthur Russell for the next generation perhaps. Expect more great things to come from the South Carolina native.

Place in MySpace, Chaz's Blog


Categories: Nu Disco
Feb 28th, 2010 11:45am

Get your groove on for some Nu-Disco extravaganza now! New from the vanguard of NU-Disco, Norwegian producer Hans-Peter Lindstrøm together again with Christabelle Solale. Baby Can't Stop comes on like a lost Quincy Jones backing track from the Thriller sessions, but while you half expect Michael Jackson to enter with a Hee Hee, instead we get Christabelle Solale dead-pan vocal style mixing an arty chanteuse and disco diva. It all sounds 1980s funk-pop but still keeps a foot in 2010 and it never completely slips into retro pastiche. The whole album Real Life Is No Cool is quite possibly a major contender for all the album of the year top tens. Lindstrøm & Christabelle works like Giorgio Moroder and Donna Summer bringing a fresh and very catchy, danceable sound for the dancefloors of today. Nu-Disco has now firmly arrived and Real Life Is No Cool is the staple of which all future-nu-disco will be measured. Get your dancing' shoes on we're going for a ride! Released last month - Highly Recommended.

Like This? Try: Lindstrøm & Prins Thomas, Donna Summer, Giorgio Moroder, Chic

Buy it on iTunes, Lindstrøm's place in MySpace, Official site

Categories: Disco, Nu Disco, Scandinavian