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The Knocks · Brightside (DiscoTech remix)

Disco on down with this fun lovin' remix

The Knocks had one dance floor killer with ‘Brightside,’ but now DiscoTech remixes it to an even grander disco dancin’ level. Make sure to also check out the ‘Brightside’ music video, it’s as cheesy as it is sick.as.fuck. (so super cheesy)

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St. Lucia · Closer Than This (Viceroy Remix)

Disco me down to the eastern Caribbean Sea

VICEROOOOY, my favorite nudisco remixer is back at it with a poptastic remake of St. Lucia’s “Closer Than This.” And as much as I’ll be blasting it for days, I can’t wait to see more originals from this dude, he’s got the talent and has already proved it.

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Moon Boots · Got Somebody

A remix of Wayne Wonder's 'No Letting Go,' ... which took me some time to figure out.

I was sure as hell certain that this was a remix from the first time I listened to it. The vocals seemed too damn familiar, like an R&B track from the late 90’s, but there was no indication that this wasn’t their work. But every time I listened to it, I just knew it wasn’t. So thanks to Google, I finally found out that this is in fact a remix of Wayne Wonder’s “No Letting Go” … and now I feel like a jackass for not knowing that.

Too many SoundClouders don’t put down the proper information for a track they post. For whatever reason, copyright or otherwise, it gets to be a pain in the ass for people like me to hunt down the information, let alone even know it’s a remix. To be fair, it’s not that hard to ask or figure it out, but why make it more complicated than it has to be…

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Kimbra, Mark Foster & A-Trak · Warrior

A three-some with Mark Foster & A-Trak, Kimbra is one lucky Kiwi.

A nu-disco Trak with Kimbra & Mark Foster on backups, now that’s a get together. I haven’t heard much from Kimbra before, minus her song with Gotye, but she really shines with that fresh A-trak beat. She’s got a hint of pop flavor, but with a sass that doesn’t sound as manufactured as, say, Katy Perry. Plus, that Foster support isn’t hurting her cause.

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