Posts tagged "Disco"

Jayda G – Guy

Grammy nominated Canadian writer, producer, and DJ Jayda G loves making you feel good. Her acclaimed 2021 DJ Kicks compilation, and 2020 EP Both Of Us / Are You Down, would establish Jayda G as a purveyor of feel good, vibey house music formulated for sunsets and Sunday fun days.

Since 2001, English singer and songwriter Sophie Ellis-Bextor has established a legacy as one of our most celebrated contemporary disco divas. Pivoting from the indie rock of her former band Theaudeince, Ellis-Bextor found her voice in a dizzying mix of nu-disco, French touch house, and electronic pop, equipped with an

From blue-eyed soul to bassy heavy disco-house, these are the tracks you need to hear this week. Check them out below.    Nicky Romero, Jonas Blue, Nico Santos – All You Need Is Love The latest single from superstar producer Nicky Romero is a collaboration with Jonas Blue and Nico

On 2020’s What’s Your Pleasure?, English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware found herself at Studio 54. This foray into retro disco, fused with Ware’s contemporary pop instincts, proved somewhat of a breakthrough for the artist who at that point, was four albums into her career. “I want people to have sex to

From experimental club beats to darkwave informed industrial, these are the tracks you need to hear this week.    yunè pinku – Fai Fighter Inspired by the convergence of ancient Hindu mythology with sci-fi futurism, Malaysian-Irish producer yunè pinku’s latest EP Babylon is a kaleidoscopic rave odyssey. Fai Fighter, the

After a lifetime spent in and around the music industry, soaking up the influences of legends across genres and flexing his musical muscles in all corners of the dance world, Devon James is set to release his debut album this month. Love Reach is a nine-track narrative of self-discovery told

From Björk remixing Shygirl to Alison Goldfrapp’s debut single, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Shygirl, Björk – Woe  Enlisting Björk to remix a track is like giving a

When you speak with Michael Kronenberger, AKA Milk & Sugar, you’re instantly aware that you’re in the presence of a veteran. Starting as a duo together with Steffen Harding in the mid-90’s, Milk & Sugar would quickly become regarded as an authority in European house, informed as much by the

From contemporary disco bangers to atmospheric synthpop from dance music icons, these are the tracks you need to know about. Listen below.    Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Jessie Ware – Pearls Following last year’s Free Yourself, Pearls

The meeting of South African alt-pop star Nakhane and American art-pop darling Perfume Genius was inevitable in hindsight. Both artists have embraced the otherness of queerness, drawing from abjection, stigmatisation, and alienation as both major themes and aesthetic vehicles in their work. In this case, Do You Well feels like

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