Nu disco extraordinaire on the rise, Colour Vision, cooks up one of our favorite edits of the last few months with his edit on Les Sins’s “Why.” DJs especially should be clamoring to grab this. The thick disco bass line over light tropical notes makes for a perfect track to start the weekend to too. Listen below and grab the DL while you can:
Along with Tobtok, Oliver Nelson is leading the way in the Nu Disco genre these days and this track is an awesome example of why disco is still changing, moving and getting better. A really complex song, this remix brings all kinds of instrumentation and is SO groovy. Uptempo and energetic, I can’t wait to hear more from Mr. Nelson!
Nothing beats new Purple Disco Machine, especially when it’s a rework of a disco classic like “And The Beat Goes On.” Giving it just enough muscle, he turns it into a disco house heater that manages to only improve upon the original. It’s also luckily up as a free DL so make sure to jump on it while you can.
Brazil’s Sugar Hill has been on the rise over the past year or so, specifically on DJ hot spot Beatport, and has been supported by the likes of Oliver $ and Bob Sinclair. Gaining notoriety for a sound that is steeped heavily in a French press labeled ‘DISCO,’ Sugar Hill’s newest release, which marks another go with frequent collaborator Wasabi, is a blast to the past with fabulous hooks and even more spectacular emphasis on groove.
Sampling Double Exposure’s classic track “Everyman,” Sugar Hill & Wasabi’s newest outing on Erase Records is a gripping headlock enraptured with a funkadelic quality reserved for high energy sets and peak hour airplay. Titled “It’s On You,” the track feels like it literally washes over you as the disco strings and bass cleanse the body and mind with positivity and good vibes. The bass especially has an infectious flair to it that will more than likely make everyone in the general vicinity bounce and break hard enough to require a few aspirins the next morning. Killer track.
You can pick up the track via Beatport and listen to it after the break.
The last time Dutch production geniuses, Keljet, teamed up with Ayer, the nu disco goodness was overpowering, resulting in a track that’s still smashing dance floors on the regular with their remix of “Circle Down.” This time, the two parties have teamed up for a proper original and the result is better than we could have hoped for. “If It’s Not You” is feel good through and through with cosmic synths swirling around Ayer’s delicate falsetto and a disco fueled indie dance groove. Take a listen below: