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.
Danish producer Niles Cooper struts out this hypnotic piano melody over thumping drums and claps. The result is a classic Deep House sound that is so simply wonderful and yet difficult to achieve.
This post isn’t really about Snacks (the House/Disco duo are definitely worth your attention tho) but more about Street Player, a youtube channel, that chooses dope House tracks, awesome local dancers and sets them up to dance in the middle of chaos that London, Paris or any city. It takes a lot of guts to dance in the middle of a dancefloor let alone the busy Southbank walkway but dancer Dechen Gendun absolutely kills it. Big ups to her, Street Player (subscribe to them, they deserve more followers!) and the Snacks boys for the whole spectacle!
Munich duo COEO has burst on the scene with their groove-filled mixes and original tracks steeped in funk. Their classic sound has caught the attention of many fans across the world and they look set for big things, spreading their special brand of House to the masses.
Androma and Kulkid collaborate for the first time and put together immediately catchy piano-driven, soul-sampling House track, that you can help but bob your head to. Some still-drunk-on-a-Sunday vibes right here.
Star Slinger announces his return with a big splash, in the form of a 6-track EP that weaves his new OWSLA-influenced sound with the classic House vibe that’s his speciality. My two standout tracks are “If It Shall Come” and “Slow Love. The former is driven by an old soul vocal sample that is spun into a frenzy, while the latter is all about showcasing the subtly of James Vincent McMorrow’s voice and the brilliance of Star Slinger’s drums.
Stream the full EP below
It’s always a good day when you unearth a previously unknown (at least to my ears) Todd Terje remix.
These classic Disco styling come to you courtesy of the New Zealand/German duo, Snacks. The Berlin based outfit keeps the grooves coming with basslines and handclaps for days.