Austrian disco DJ, Demuja, is preparing to drop his much anticipated 2nd vinyl release on September 28th. The six-track EP aptly entitled Demuja’s Disco Cuts, will be released via his expanding label, MUJA, and features the daytime disco heater, “Hot For Love.” Carefully crafted by Demuja himself using 70s and 80s disco samples, the tune is an upbeat feel-good track with just the right amount of vocals sprinkled here and there —

Tel-Aviv’s veteran disco duo Rabo & Snob recently dropped their official debut EP titled Yawumna, a Ghana influenced gem inspired by the pair’s trip to Accra’s main market to search for records and homemade percussions. As expected, Yawumna gets right down to business by opening up with the title track featuring the African-laced vocals of DC resident Soma Iddrissu. Soma’s voice is powerful and pretty much demands listeners to try and understand each

Michael The Lion Image
When temperatures are blazing, disco is extremely necessary. For that reason, Michael the Lion’s self-titled debut EP dropped right in the nick of time. Released barely a week ago, the five track heater (being released via Soul Clap Records) is led off with the uplifting intro “Side of Life;” a bongo driven banger with preachy-style vocals and a beat hot enough to satisfy all of the disco revivalists out there who

[Listen to Looky Looky’s recent album, Part Flamingo] Part Flamingo by LOOKY LOOKY Many of the best decisions are spontaneous. While plans are invaluable, ingenuity is often impromptu — my Saturday night of this year’s Movement in Detroit is a perfect example of this adage. My original plan for the Saturday night of Movement was to stay at the Discwoman Detroit III party until close. My friends and I arrived at the Discwoman party shortly after

Roosevelt
With Roosevelt’s latest tour stopping at some well-established destinations, including The Governors Ball Music Festival 2017, I was excited to see Roosevelt perform a sold out show at U Street Music Hall this weekend. Roosevelt’s performance was a cross between popular modern chillwave artists, such as Cut Copy or Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, and what I imagine it was like in the disco dance halls of the 1970s (based on