Larry Tiger and David Woods make up the disco-based rework duo, Tiger & Woods. I know what many of you are thinking and the answer is it’s purely coincidental. Their explanation: They liked the way it sounded. Regardless, they embraced the correlation through EP releases like “Hole In One” and “Caddy Shag” last year. Another interesting tidbit about the disco-funk tandem is their mysterious secrecy. Unless you’ve seen them live,


I’ve heard Big Spider’s Back being mentioned around before but never took the time to sit down and listen until now. BSB is an evolved electronic solo project of Yair Rubinstein’s who is originally from Seattle but now resides in Brooklyn. His latest album, titled Memory Man, is what caught my attention and is now terribly making me regret ignoring his music before. The record has recently become available via


Really excited I was able to catch up with Brooklyn, NY-based turntablist/producer Cody Murray (aka Codes) this week. Ever since I saw @StretchArmy mention his name on twitter a few months ago, I haven’t been able to get enough of his Codes House EP (released back in April via Slow Roast Records – see tracks “Ready Aim Fire” & “Guzzlin Champagne”) and his latest disco/house/bass Codes Mix done for Treasure


Griffin James, a Melbourne-based producer more commonly known as Francis Inferno Orchestra, takes deep house tracks and gives them a touch of disco boogie to create a soulful musical experience. He took the music blog world by storm with the release of Me & You back in November and gained worldwide support including spots on mixes by Aeroplane and The Magician. His most recent work can be found on the


Maya Jane Coles
Few DJs generated as much buzz as Maya Jane Coles in 2010, and it doesn’t look like the 24 year old Londoner is losing any momentum. This year she’s already graced the cover of MixMag, contributed a well received Resident Advisor mix, released on Mobilee, and just last month, dropped Focus Now, another solid EP on London’s 2020Vision label. All four tracks on the release hold their own, but the