Enter Tom Disco. Drop Golden’s Boogie. Leave.
Italo disco for the win. This sounds like the track that would play when you are preparing to beat the final level boss at the arcade.
Another week and another crate digger for your listening pleasure. It’s the kind of track that I imagine makes Todd Terje cry from happiness.
A new trend in music today is the constant ability of legendary selectors like Hunee, Mr Scruff and Antal to dig up incredible and unknown old school tracks that turn the dancefloor mental. In honor of that trend I’ll be posting “Crate Digger” tracks starting with this groovy cut circa 1974, from Trinidadians Embyro.
Classic disco house incoming. Caught this track getting a play from the very talented Snacks when they played in Amsterdam a few days ago. Old school feels that just never let go. Big ups to Snacks for digging this one up and to Praise Cats and Andrea Love for the timeless sound.
Nothing better on a Friday to kick off a weekend then some old school Jamiroquai. Rayko provides a suberb extended re-edit of the classic groovy track. Move, it’s the weekend!
Caught this gem during an Easter weekend boogie. This classic disco track from Lee Alfred is relentlessly groovy. It’s easy to see why Midland couldn’t resist giving the sample a new lease of life with his infamous “Final Credits”
Stunningly funky remix from German producer extraordinaire Roosevelt of the British indie-rockers Glass Animals. Catch them playing at O2 Academy Brixton tonight!