Absolutely nothing! Grechko’s collaboration with She’s The Queen’s Emily, ‘All I Hear’ was one of the highlights of his recent (and awesome) ‘Alaska 2100’ EP, throw Brazilian Nu-Disco king Druma Kina into the mix and you’ve got a floor rocking cut-up Nu-Disco edit of the track that’s relentless in it’s funkiness. This is a peak time track that’ll send the crowd crazy.
Show Your Shoe jumped into our consciousness with an awesome reMix contribution to Futurecop!’s ‘Dreams’ single, which made quite an impression, and this week he releases his début EP on Teenage Gang Records.
From the moment the opening track ‘Pandi’ kicks in, you have to wonder where this kid has been hiding. The one-man project of Swiss producer Nico Müller, Show Your Shoe effortlessly (and smoothly I might add) slides from one end of the Nu-Disco spectrum to the other, whether it’s the cut-up edits of ‘Pandi’, the slick synthesizer funk of ‘Azur Indigo Prisma Safran Marmor’ or ‘Technik City – Arrival’ or the more post-Daft Punk Electro leanings of ‘Technik City – Jet Skiing’, Nico’s clean production and ear for the groove easily make the ‘Technik City’ EP on of the most impressive Nu-Disco débuts to drop in a while.
The EP also includes two reMixes of ‘Technik City – Jet Skiing’, one from Italian DJ Gabriell, a bass heavy Italo-Disco workout and this track by another of our favourite new artists, Druma Kina, who turn in a really nice, arpeggio driven, retro synth mix which revels in it’s synth horns!
Druma Kina is the musical alter-ego of producer Simonski, from São Paulo, Brazil, who has just teamed up with new label Teenage Gang Records to drop his latest EP.
The sample heavy Disco found of the EP is complimented by an amazing collection of reMixers. The lead track on the EP ‘Walking Away’ is a funky, cut-up Nu-Disco jam with layer upon layer of Disco samples and some sweet, soulful, vocals supplied by Shell Heaven Lee. The awesome Cosmonaut Grechko take it to the next level with a Dreamwave reMix that blends seamlessly with the original track and will leave you wanting more. Cavaliers Of Fun drop their brand of quirky DiscoPop with their take on the song which evolves into an epic call and response Electro tune with added vocals and Sci-Fi solos.