Bxentric – Mix Four = Here’s another new mix from Bxentric. Prepare yourself for over an hour of funky as hell synthetic sounds; rolling from the Balearic to the Cosmic on a Disco tip.
♫ Bxentric – Mix Four
01. Afrobuddha Meets Kakatsitsi Drummers – Obame (Dub Mix)
02. Richard From Milwaukee – Free Love
03. Tornado Wallace – Bit 1
04. Casino Times (Feat. High Hopes) – Stirling (Damiano Von Erckert Rmx)
05. Split Secs – I’m Not Losin’
06. DJ Kaos – From Inside (Tiago Club Dub)
07. Javen Souls – Future (Maurice Fulton Mix)
08. Richard Rossa – Draco
09. Octa Octa – Shower Nights (Second Chance Mix)
10. Walter Jones – A Night In Newark
11. Squarehead – Dead Reyt
12. Unknown Artist – Unknown
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Here is part two of MiGHty mOUse’s new double A-side single. Shaker Faker got it’s groove on last week so now it’s Space Face’s turn in the spotlight. As with the previous track MiGHty mOUse and his label, Nightfilm, have been kind enough to give the track away. All in celebration of his forthcoming Australian tour; dates here.
Space Face keeps the Cosmic Disco vibes going with an infectious Piano House injection. The piano hook gets a real hypnotic flavour cooking over a solid Disco beat, it’s a slow builder but when the track kicks in it’s got all the galactic flair of an entrancing floorfilling monster. No wonder the likes of Tensnake are already giving it their support. Proper Disco euphoria.
♫ MiGHty mOUse – Space Face
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The mighty MiGHty mOUse is back with his first new release of 2014. It;s a double A-side single featuring the tracks Shaker Faker and Space Face and it’s already getting hammer by some of the biggest names in the biz. Tensnake, Russ Chimes and Alex Metric have all been giving the tracks spins. The mOUse is also about to embark on a tour Down Under, check the dates here, and check out Shaker Faker below.
Shaker Faker is pure MiGHty Mouse gold. A little bit Cosmic, a little bt Tropical, a lot good-times.With a skippy shuffle to his Disco beats, the mOUse conjures up a tune to soundtrack a beach party off the shores of Orion. Rolling piano House riffs dance playfully with percussive hooks and swooshing synths that all combine to form a groove that just won’t quit. Get involved.
♫ MiGHty mOUse – Shaker Faker
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Here is the first track Norwegian Cosmic Disco king Todd Terje is teasing us with from his recently announced forthcoming début album. It’s Album Time (great title!) drops in April and includes a collaboration with Bryan Ferry (who Todd amazingly reMixed). This tune, Delorean Dynamite (the man has a knack for names!) is a great taste of what’s to come.
Injecting a little retro Italo into his spaced out SacndiDisco style, Delorean Dynamite rocks a powerful 80s-esque arpeggio. The galactic synths glide over the track, which has the sense of spaciousness that Terje does best. As the track progresses we’re treated to wicked little Disco licks and soaring leads that rise toward the tracks emotional finale. Pure dancefloor excitement.
♫ Todd Terje – Delorean Dynamite (Album Version)
Todd Terje’s It’s Album Time is released 7th April.
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The Native Circles EP is the second release on Pole Jam Vinyl, the vinyl imprint from Pole Position Recordings and Satin Jackets’ Glam Jam Artists. As with their first release, this EP is a multi-artist showcase that once again features the work of young Russian producer Deep Sound Express as he introduces us to another four minutes of Cosmic House intensity.
Mixing up a powerhouse of an Italo bassline with a smooth House beat; Deep Sound Express gradually build a compelling dancefloor groove before using this backing to unleash a torrent of swirling Chill sounds. With Balearic guitar and Cosmic synth in tow, Deep Sound Express bring both laid-back vibes and pounding, floorfilling, rhythms to one track. Did we mention that the bassline is utterly infectious?
♫ Deep Sound Express – Changes
The Native Circles EP is out now.
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Du Tonc – Mixtape 3 = MiGHty mOUse and Matt Van Schie are at it again with this sweet new hour of Disco and House monsters. Leaning toward the Cosmic and ecclectic, these guys serve up an infectious mix ripe for setting up your weekend.
♫ Du Tonc – Mixtape 3
01. Jagwar Ma – Uncertainty (Ewan Pearson reMix)
02. Blamma Blamma (Feat. Kristina Train) – Zsa Zsa (Eelke Kleijns After The After reMix)
03. Moullinex – To Be Clear (Kraak & Smaak reMix)
04. Tensnake – Love Sublime ft. Fiora & Nile Rogers (Ewan Pearson reMix)
05. Freeform Five (Feat. Róisín Murphy) – Leviathan
06. Luma – John Broadwood
07. Mark Linn – Reel Silly
08. Sanfuentes – Heatwave (Silver Light reMix)
09. Jimmy Edgar – Strike
10. Good Guy Mikesh – Filburt Place Of Love (Maceo Plex Edit)
11. MiGHty mOUse – Shaker Faker
12. Dillon Francis (Feat. TEED) – Without You (Chordashian reMix)
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Bxentric – Mix Three = Surely Bxentric has done more than three mixtapes! This latest hour in his current series is an eclectic mix of House, Nu-Disco and Italo sounds with some surprising influences, swinging the listener from mood to mood with an overall Cosmic vibe.
♫ Bxentric – Mix Three
01. Wild Rumpus – Musical Blaze up (Rub & Tug Bitches Rmx)
02. Nick Chacona, Anthony Mansfield – Burning Sensations
03. Sir Stephen – Bastard Prince
04. Daniel Wang – Warped
05. Morgan Geist – Palace Life
06. Runaway – Brooklyn Cub Jam (Brennan Green’s Version)
07. Wild Rumpus – Kazan
08. Brassica – At Least I Know Why
09. Diskjokke – Asa Nisi Masa
10. Nubian Mindz – Afrika Man
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The latest in Baron Von Luxxury’s series of awesome edits come sin the form if this space age slo-mo Disco version of the The Eagles’ Hotel California. Following some slick work on tracks from the likes of Madonna, David Bowie and Bee Gees, Luxxury seems to have picks a song he hates, just for chuckles. You gotta’ hear his own words: “That’s right. I made fucking Hotel California (one of the most irritating songs of all time) by the fucking Eagles (one of the most arrogantly bloated bands of all time)…I was able to take out some of the more annoying hippie shit and replace it with some fucking vocoders and Moroder-y synth bass.”. Can’t argue with that.
Luxxury turns in a brooding, relentless track. Pairing up a slow, plodding Funk with ominous overtones as he builds a creeping synth dread the Baron vocodes the vocal track to otherworldly levels. The kind of track you could quite easily find yourself accidently lost in on the dancefloor, it’s no surprise that DJs like the legendary Greg Wilson are already spinning this hard. Cosmic Disco fantasy at it’s best, at only 82 BPM, this reMix can soundtrack your grooviest nightmares.
♫ The Eagles – Hotel California (Luxxury Edit)
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Torontonian Cosmic Disco master Hemingway is back with a brand new reMix. Welsh experimentalists Man Without Country are his latest target as he morphs their hazy slice of Indie-DreamPop, Catfish, into a space funk oddessy, loaded with that thick, thick synth bass we’ve come to love from this guy.
With a nice vintage brush, Hemingway paints an epic masterpiece of twisting leads, starlight keys and that in-your-face bass. Sounds swirly around your head as melodies intertwine and curl sound each other. the whole hazy, Sci-Fi Funk works perfectly with the original tunes vocals, making them sound like some distant message from the starts. Hemingway really is one of the best in the business right now.
♫ Man Without Country – Catfish (Hemingway Mix)
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The Cosmic Disco champion who only thinks big, Todd Terje, is back with two brand new tunes on his new single. We knew a new epic release was due this week, we weren’t prepared for just how SynthWave the single’s lead track, Spiral is though. It’s pretty amazing, alongside it’s B-side, Q, it represents over twenty minutes of blissful retro synth Disco that it’s hard not to loose yourself in. The man’s working on his début full length record, due next year, and these two tracks have us more excited than ever for it’s release.
Spiral is really, really, SynthWave. Surprisingly so for someone so knows for quirky, Scandinavian Cosmic Disco. But Spiral is an 80s soundtrack masterpiece. With a pumping bassline and starlight arpeggios, Spiral builds up a tension, adding vintage synth stabs to the mix until the track pauses briefly for a big drop, then slams on the accelerator with a massive synth riff a thick chords. It’s B-side, Q, is a little more traditionally Terje. Cowbells and quirky, reedy, synth hooks create that tundra sound we are so used to from him. Hypnotic and fun, Q proves Norwegian Cosmic Disco can’t be beat.
♫ Todd Terje – Spiral
♫ Todd Terje – Q
Todd Terje’s Spiral is out now on his own Olsen imprint.
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