Posts tagged "Nu-Disco"

Jessy Lanza – Limbo

With her previous two recent singles, Canadian producer Jessy Lanza has slowly been embracing a poppier sound that emphasizes a facet to Lanza that’s always been there. Beneath the squiggly synths and lo-fi beats, she has always had an ear for a hook, and her upcoming album Love Hallucination seems

Back in 2005, the year Alan Braxe unleashed the French touch classic, The Upper Cuts, he decided to crank up the awesomeness even more by remixing Annie’s seminal banger, Heartbeat. Fast forward eighteen years, and these two musical geniuses have teamed up once again for the upcoming reissue of The

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

For many, the English synthpop duo Goldfrapp is synonymous with the face and voice of Alison Goldfrapp. After two decades and countless hits like Ooh La La and Rocket, the two are intrinsic. With Goldfrapp, Alison and her cousin Will Gregory established an aesthetic and sonic identity that was unmistakable,

Rising UK electronic music producer Anish Kumar has house music encoded into his DNA. The four on the floor pulse of it all courses through his blood, and his instincts for the style have seen Kumar release some of the most interesting and undeniably funky house tracks over the past

This week, there’s loads of variety on the menu, from happy hardcore to minimal and meditative downtempo. Take your pick! These are the tracks you need to hear.    Alison Goldfrapp – Love Invention For her debut solo album, dance music icon Alison Goldfrapp has been opting toward a euphoric,

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

The last time Nakhane entered the club, it was on Black Coffee’s guestlist. As the voice on the enduring dance floor anthem We Dance Again, Nakhane’s melancholy was the perfect foil to Black Coffee’s pulsating house. In the same way Nakhane’s clearest foremother  ANOHNI lent soul to the synthesisers of

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

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