Posts Tagged ‘deep disco house’

February 28, 2018

I’ve long noticed ages ago that Little Boots, or English singer songwriter and producer Victoria Christina Hesketh, is widely respected on all fronts by her peers. And if you’re at all familiar with her music, or have danced to her live, you probably know why. The incredibly talented artist returns this month with an appropriately named Shadows. It may be a long afternoon on the office, but I’m suddenly craving for a turn on a dark and sweaty dance floor as I bob to the glam disco meets dusky house banger. It’s a guttural pumping yet classy and chic dose of sheer hypnotic euphoria off Little Boots’ next EP. Those of you in San Francisco can dance to the track live come Friday, March 16th, when Little Boots joins Dim Mak vs Popscene at the Rickshaw Stop. Unfortunately, we’ll be in Austin for SXSW at that time. We can only hope that they’ll come back to SF for a second round sometime. You can also stream Shadows via Spotify, here.

December 21, 2017

We’re in the midst of winter, with the holidays fast approaching. But I can’t help but wish I had a heated pool back at home, so I could blast this remix and party all night long, through midnight till the sun comes up. Australian electronic duo Midnight Pool Party have given Lorde’s Dynamite a juicy lush, snazzy grooving edit, and it’s the perfect soundtrack for such a soiree. The electro-funky, disco pumping remix is a welcome new look for Lorde’s dark pop. All we need with our pool and this steamy jam are some flashing neon lights. Midnight Pool Party says: “2017 has been an amazing year for us, and what better way to finish it off than with some funky summer vibes for everyone to enjoy. Thank you for your support this year and keep an eye out for more from us in 2018!” Download this awesome way to wrap up the year for free, here.

November 22, 2017

When this song is over, you’ll want to “Start Over Again” and jump right back into its resplendent deep house and glimmering nu-disco, which feel like they has a cosmic reach and a boundless scope despite their snazzy, swanky warmth. Start Over Again comes from a new two track pack that UK producer JackLNDN just released earlier this month on Ultra. It’s a mesmeric dazzler and aureate burbling swooner with fleecy pilose vocals. You can check out the rest of JackLNDN’s new EP on Soundcloud, here, and stream dreamy chic Feels Like Home, too. Stream via alternate outlets or purchase the EP, here.

October 5, 2017

The political atmosphere seems rather chaotic right now over in Barcelona, yet producer and remixer Medsound has managed to find time to lift us off with a spiffy new jam named If I Knew Then. For a moment, the worries of the world fade away as we dance under an imaginary disco ball, on an imaginary beach, to this funky groover. We forget that blissful chill disco vibes are as much a luxury as this song is luxuriant. If I Knew Then features ever swooning Magnus (Moodblanc) on creamy melting, woolly plush vocals. We’re drenched in glittering sunlight as we dance on air to the steamy seductive, suave twirling tune. The single comes accompanied by a bass bumping “Lounge Disco mix” which you can strut to with your best disco moves below. Snag the jams on Beatport, here.

August 5, 2017

You know we’re in for a mighty fine treat when a remix of Flight Facilities by Joe Goddard crops up. The gifted producer and beloved member of Hot Chip and The 2 Bears has given Flight Facilities long awaited recent single Arty Boy an swirly entrancing deep disco house re-fix that leaves us with a strong urge to hit the dance floors with our very best dance moves on this fine Friday night. Joe Goddard’s remix is dark and visceral, yet glamorous and flashy. Flight Facilities explains: “Joe has always been an inspiration of ours, whether it’s as himself, 2 Bears or Hot Chip. We’re over the moon to have his interpretation of Arty Boy out in the world: Out now:”

April 16, 2017

Bob Moses’ music is in itself brilliant on its own. The Canadian electronic duo gave us one of the best albums of 2015 in critically acclaimed Days Gone By, and songs from the album continue to inspire some sensational remixes. RAC won a Grammy for his incredible edit of Tearing Me Up. Now Canadian sibling duo Love Thy Brother returns with their superb take on Days Gone By cut Like It Or Not. Deep pumping disco house meets lavish entrancing techno on their magnificent remix, a meditative indulgence whose sweet nectar evokes mellower Justice and Rüfüs du Sol’s more introspective pieces. Love Thy Brother says that the track is the first of a series of remixes they made for their new live show launching soon. Let’s hope they take that show on the road and hit up San Francisco.

February 5, 2017

What’s a Sunday morning without some luscious glittering disco and future funk to keep us grooving through the rest of the day? D.C. producer Noce has given IHM favorite Eau Claire a honeyed shimmering remix on his version of the producer’s slick sexy Room, featuring Camille Michelle Grey. Snazzy chic is taken to a whole new level on this breezy glam first offering from the exciting new project. Noce promises this is but the “beginning of a funky journey.” You can download the lustrous remix, here.

January 30, 2017

As they say, there’s always room for more cake (or was that dessert?), and there’s no doubt you’ll want to stuff yourself full with this sensational tune from Northwest London’s Eat More Cake. The DJ, production, and songwriting collective heats us up with Heat Of The Night, a deep rumbling, sultry smoldering house groover with a jolting nip of disco spice and a sleek bundle of silky melting falsetto. The steamy hypnosis brought on by this sexy number is out of this world. Heat Of The Night is out now on iTunes via Perfect Havoc.

October 8, 2016

Le Youth takes us right back to the peak of summer with the producer’s latest sultry grooving deep house jam, a disco shimmering R&B delight named Me Without You. This 90′s influenced succulent dazzler is the first release on Le Youth’s newly launched label, Homewerk. Well, if anyone knows how to werk it, it’s Le Youth. His sensual heated, voluptuous smooth track leaves me tingling with excitement for some sexy dance floor shredding when I hit the clubs a few short hours from now. Me Without You arrived as a single today. Purchase from iTunes.

September 15, 2016

I have no idea if British newcomer Hight chose his moniker as a play on the word “height”, but he sure takes us to epic heights with his debut. Sun Come Up is a song as prismatic as the colorful artwork for the track. It’s also a unique treat that plays tricks on genre classifications. Though it bounces vivaciously with plenty of slick nu-disco and deep house aplomb, Hight also envelops us with dreamy luscious neon vibes accented by chillwave and electro house elements. It’s been awhile since I’ve watched the sun come up, but I suddenly have an urge in me to stay up all night and dance to Hight as the first brilliant rays of sunshine peak over the horizon. There’s something so hopeful and romantic about that moment, thoroughly encapsulated in Hight’s first single. Sun Come Up will be out this Friday, September 16th, on Dizzy New Hights.