Goin’ Old School: Salt ‘N’ Pepa, Falco & Billy Ocean

Goin’ Old School isn’t a trip down music memory lane, it’s a mugging in the dark alleyway of nostalgia:

One of the best synth riffs in existence, from 1988, Salt ‘N’ Pepa’s ‘Push It’.

Austrian Pop maverick Falco‘s ‘Rock Me Amadeus’ was an unexpected runaway hit in 1985.

In 1984 Mr. Billy Ocean released one of the smoothest songs of all time, ‘Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)’. Performed here on TOTP.

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Super Commodore


Super Commodore is a Parisian producer backed by the Ed Banger crew who is dropping his first single for the Kiez Beats label this month.

Already a house DJ of some renown, tracks from his début EP, ‘Coline’ have been hammered by Ed Banger DJs Busy P and SebastiAn and the past year has seen  him reMix for the likes of Fukkk Offf. the new EP will contain three new tracks and three reMixes including one by Mr. Nô.

Here, we can preview for you the Relentless reMix, a slow builder with a growling French electro riff that completely pays off when it kicks in.

Super Commodore – Making My Day (Relentless reMix) (zShare) (MediaFire)

As a bonus, check out Super Commodores mash-up of ‘Making My Day’ and Salt ‘N’ Pepa’s ‘Push It’!!!

Super Commodore – Making My Day (‘Push It’ Mashup) (zShare) (MediaFire)

‘Making My Day’ was released yesterday on Beatport and hits the rest of civilisation 11th May.

Super Commodore @ Beatport

Super Commodore @ Juno

Super Commodore @ 7Digital

Super Commodore @ Amazon