Bingo. The Geisha Twins' have a new original track "Can't Stop", featuring soulful vocals by Roman Adrian. It's very danceable with plenty of synth. These guys bring the heat with their smooth disco house vibes and nicely spaced bass kicks. "Cant Stop" is part of (Thee) Mike B's 7 track "Tite At Nite" collection, available for free download, courtesy Scion A/V: [LINK]
Originally written and produced by Beck, the indie dance song by actress / singer Charlotte Gainsbourg, "Paradisco" got the disco funk treatment by Mr. Francophilippe. It's a beauty. Tons of class in this pure sex remix.
Transmitting from San Jose, CA, Melee Beats dishes out "revivalist maximum disco". His newest remix is his contribution to the new "Body Music" EP by Brooklyn's Chrome Canyon. You'll break a sweat with these disco house drums, funky guitar rifts, and NuRetro vocals.
1. Illusion - Falcon Punch 2. Special FX - Mark E 3. Mother Protect (Goldroom Remix) - Niki & The Dove 4. Return to Me (Munk Remix) - B.C. x Delivery 5. Too Much Blood (Debonairs Too Much Dub) - The Rolling Stones 6. Hurting (Tensnake Remix) - Friendly Fires 7. Footsteps - Oliver 8. Yes Game (Bit Funk Remix) - Pat Lok 9. Champion Sound (Psychemagik Remix) - Crystal Fighters 10. Bangkok - Dato 11. I'll Take Care of You (Mighty Mouse Not So Official Edit Type Thingy) - Gill Scott Heron 12. It's a Bubble (The Magician Remix) - Beni 13. Take My Hand - Treasure Fingers 14. Back Stabbers (Drop Out Orchestra Edit) - The O'Jays
San Francisco's provider of eternal sunshine, Viceroy released the second edition of his "Jet Life" remix series. This time his tropical beach vibes get crossed with gan$ta lyrics by none other than the Notorious B.I.G. I'm going, going, back, back, to Cali, Cali...
It's a synth heavy pure sex jam. New York visionary, St. Lucia pumps the perfect amount of Nu Retro flavor into PAPA's debut album single "I Am The Lion King", originally released last October via Hit City USA.
Two acts out of CASCINE's healthy stable of experimental pop groups, Southern Shores and Selebrities, did some mind-altering remix work for the sedative-wave / smooth-fi project from Philadelphia, Work Drugs. Southern Shores adds killer vocal samples to their vibe-tastic rendition, and Selebrities turns ups the 80's heat.
Kate Bush's 1985 hit "Cloudbusting" got fixed up real nice with disco drums, uplifting synths and a clean bass-line, courtesy of Mr. Mighty Mouse. You'll already be in the clouds by the time Kate's vocals grace your ears.
Slow Hands said that his version of the 1981 Odyssey single "Going Back To My Roots" has been "aging in my cellar of randoms for a bit". Thank you Slow Hands, this highway jam definitely deserves some daylight.
The beauty from South Wales, Jodie Marie hypnotizes us with striking vocals in her newest single, "I Got You". Shook takes the track to the next level with funky flow and classy synths. This remix is pure sex.
The "I Got You" single will be part of Jodie Marie's debut album "Mountain Echo", out on March 5th. Pre-order the album here: [LINK]
The hit single "Holidays" by the Australian super group Miami Horror was played-out in 2011. But this year we get a fresh twist. Two young Finish producers, Lenno and Jesse Oliver teamed up on this huge remix. Get down with the heavy rolling bass-lines, French housified samples, and those awesome MH vocals.
We introduced you to Venice Beach a couple weeks ago: [LINK]. They're a couple Nu Retro guys that mean business. Open your ears to their new "Reworks EP", dropped a few days ago on Juno.
The Juno Review:
"Parisian duo Venice Beach present their debut EP of vintage tinged disco house. Fans of Kitsune will be right at home here, with Italo influenced opener "My Heart" offering a bass arpeggio that Giorgio Moroder would be envious of, with vocoder action to boot. "By My Side" meanwhile combines the titular vocal sample with thumping snares and sweet FM bells, with the occasional guitar lick adding just the right amount of disco groove. On the B-Side, "Mystery" goes in hard with an 80s electro-pop number, with neon chords mingling with a ghetto vocal sample. The EO is rounded off with "Skid", a fine track packed with the kind of melodic prowess that has kept Aeroplane in power for several years. Big tip!"