Transatlantic is the new EP from Belgian Disco duo Tempogeist. Out now on Shiny Disco Club the EP contains three original tracks and a host of reMixes by some of the best talent around. It’s a release chock full of big synth Boogie and smooth Disco sounds.
We Need Lovers is a slick late-night jam. With an effortless cool Tempogeist lay down right vintage synth sounds and a laid back Disco vibe. The track is complimented with a velvet male vocal and some gentle female MCing with an early Bronx feel. That feel is carried over into Romeo, which is the EPs highlight for us. A solid Boogie track with a sing-song old school rap that just flows with the track so well. a laid back party starter. Hold On picks up the pack a little and moves proceedings into a more DiscoPop territory, layering Tempogeist’s wickedly silky vintage Disco sounds with a catchy upbeat vocal. this track gets the bulk of the remix treatment, with work from Prometones, Rogue Vogue and this track from Germany’s Satin Jackets, who deliver a squelchy bassed slab of electronic funk. Also available, but not on the EP, is this version of Romeo from Swedish SynthWavers Monitor 66. their take on the tune adds severe amounts of piano and space, but interesting use of the vocals to create a spacey and melodic House track.
Shiny Disco Club continue their awesomeness, and generousness, with yet another slammin’ free Nu-Disco release.
This time around we are treated to producers Jérémy & Julien as AutoReverse’s début single, ‘Martine Hilton’, a cut-up Nu-Disco rocker that’s full of soul and groove. AutoReverse get’s his proper Disco on with layer upon layer of Funk and Disco samples chopped and morphed to fit the groove. There’s some sweet synth lead in the mix too.
We’ve been eagerly awaiting this for a while around these parts! Shiny Disco Club’s first ‘Millennium Disco’ compilation stayed on our playlist for months, it was crammed full of some of the best Nu-Disco around, but now, with volume 2, they really have outdone themselves.
It would be insane for me to go through all 24 tracks with you, suffice to say some of the hottest producers in Nu-Disco and Dreamwave have contributed works and the whole album is like the best summer beach party you’ve ever been to. The utmost respect has to be given to Shiny Disco Club for getting this lot together.
Darius’ new tune for Shiny Disco Club is brings the tempo down and the sidechaining up.
In Daruis’ hand his samples become mid-tempo pulsating, hypnotic Disco brain worms. They’ll burrow into the pleasure centres of your brain and live there, funking to the thick synths and cut-up madness of ‘Falling In Love’.
His new single ‘Sunny Daze’ is available for free, like most Shiny Disco Club output, and it lives up to it’s name in that it’s perfect , funky, summer good time vibes. The Californian producer drops a cut-up French style jam that just begs to be played at the beach.
The ‘Inside Me’ EP contains five tracks of smooth, filtered, Disco-House for a producer who has constantly been getting better and better, both in his original productions and his reMixes. This EP is pure smooth dancefloor grooves, check out the title track ‘Inside Me’, a vocoder Disco workout and ‘Extase’ with it’s cut-up licks and heavy filtering for a taste of what to expect.
Courtesy of the awesome Shiny Disco Club we have two tracks to promote ‘In The Sky’, the début EP from Viceroy, to get you in the mood for the weekends partying. Viceroy is Californian Austen Afridi who started out making Dubstep, to some acclaim, before diving head first into the waters of French House and Nu-Disco. Neither of these tracks are on the EP (‘Free Flow’ is a blog exclusive!) but give you a perfect taster of Viceroy’s funked up sound and will probably have you gagging for the EP. ‘Free Flow’ is pure party jam, cut up horns and vocals flying all over the place to a solid, solid, groove. ‘Oh Yeah’ shows off some more of the young producers skills for chopping and editing over a some tropical flavoured beats.
Those fine folk at Shiny Disco Club Records have put together an insanely good compilation of quality Nu-Disco madness and they’re giving it away for free!
The compilation gives us 28 tracks of pure electronic funky genius from a dazzling array of Disco House talent such as Louis La Roche, Bit Funk, Vanguard, LBCK, Moonchild, Overthrill, Rockets, Xinobi and NightDrugs, just to name a few.
Louis La Roche’s ‘Airwave’ and Overthrill’s ‘Wildchild’ are two fine examples of the dancefloor mayhem you’ll find within and Xinobi’s ‘Varial Kickflip’ is an awesome 80’s solo odyssey that had to be heard to be believed!