Tag: Disco

A cross between disco and old house music, with slightly camp soft-pitched female vocals.  Just on the side of very cool – this could easily have been awful and maybe you think it is too.

The Galleria – Calling Card

Just the thing for a comedown morning to put a smile on a tired face – a spot of disco, a slight space-disco feel to it and not too much in the way of vocals.

B.W.H – Stop

Another track that Seth Troxler has been playing recently, albeit at a faster pace than this.  Not my favourite Midnight Magic disco track (that is the amazing Beam Me Up) but such a delight nonetheless.

Midnight Magic – Drop Me A Line

This reminds me of the disco-house sounds that I used to dance to in the late 1990’s, really happy feeling, filtered house.  Something Daft Punk’s forebears may have made.

Fafa Monteco – Disco CIty

The first half of this track is a very vocal-led disco-house track, from Jamie Jones’ fabric CD – and so groovy and cool – the second half warbles on and loses interest but the first half of it is so good, it had to be listed.  Incidentally, only the first half of the track is on said fabric CD!


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Cajmere – God Sent

A fantastic piece of Italo-disco all the way back from 1983 I think, which I have just discovered – or at least re-discovered because I found it on an old Secretsundaze cd – I thoroughly recommend getting a higher quality version than the one on Youtube – and turning the volume up and having a proper disco dance!

Doctor’s Cat – Feel The Drive

Well, it is the season to be jolly so I reckon I can get away with posting a disco edit of one of the best pop songs ever produced, if only because the video was filmed at a hotel in Ibiza – and for anyone who moans about the amount of pop stars, etc in Ibiza nowadays – a little delve into history and you will find the 1980’s arguably more so.

Wham – Club Tropicana (Todd Terje Edit)

I heard this quite a while ago but only just discovered it, another disco-house gem on Crosstown Rebels, fast becoming one of my favourite labels.

Russ Yallop – Rock Me