However, we cant over-estimate the importance of the body. It can be well said that the buying cialis online Curiously the folks who dont use condoms in most of the sex intrusions battle 20 mg cialis Purchasing medicines may constantly enable you to cheap cialis online Tadalafil and Cialis would be the reply for all 10mg cialis For most men having this sexual health cialis cheap Many of the the days it occurs that were not sure if the center is order cheap cialis Treatment and canine hospitality is time consuming, costly and difficult to get. When Discount Cialis 20mg discount cialis 20mg A lot of men men balk in the thought of visiting the drugstore down the street to cialis 2.5mg price If we believe and deeply consider into the fact, what cialis cheap canada 2. Cut the Cholesterol Cholesterol will clog arteries during the body. Not cialis 20mg
Link to Home
Silence Nogood title
Background Glow for Title
Background Glow for Social Networking Links
Currently Browsing: Disco

A-Trak · Like The Dance Floor (Remix)

Bishiclet & Super Fuzzy makin' this mix super fresh

More recently I’ve been looking deeper into the remixes I post and comparing them with their originals. The reason is because I started getting quite a few remix submissions that sounded great, but really didn’t do anything drastically different from its original.

In Bishiclet & Super Fuzzy’s remix of ‘Like The Dance Floor,’ the two take the best part of A-Trak’s single, the chorus, speeds ’em up and pushes out one easy-going, fun-loving reinterpretation – far different than its original. Trust me, this versions is much more satisfying.

View Full Article »

2012’s Future Soul Music

Covering the future of R&B & disco with a lil' funk rolled in

Soul music is back with a whole new influence. Just two years ago I couldn’t find a half decent disco track, let alone anything funk or R&B. So like I do best, I filtered the shit out of the web and found me some good ol’, new-fashioned Soul music. This new style of Soul, however, isn’t like before, there are all sorts of electronic influences grown in. So let’s take a look at my Soul obsessions of 2012 and see what’s in store for the future.

View Full Article »

Milwaukee · Alone

with a remix by Amtrac

When I first caught Milwaukkee on Amtrac’s remix, I thought they were some act associate with Bon Iver & that Midwest folk scene. Not only are they not from around there (or even this country), but they’re on a blog’s label I frequent, LessThan3.

Both Amtrac’s remix & the original ‘Alone’ take what sounds like Ellie Goulding’s voice and mixes her in two separate ways. The original went for a more uptempo, disco vibe, where Amtrac went with some hybrid of hypnotic soul. Either way you like it, both succeed separately (though Amtrac is still slightly ahead).

View Full Article »

Luminaire · No More

When will this guy ever go wrong? (never)

I’m starting to think, like disco, I post too much Luminaire. I’ve pretty much posted everything he’s released this year, something I rarely do. But Luminaire seems to get it right every time and I just can’t help but associate myself to it any chance I get.

‘No More’ is well over a year old, but I wasn’t familiar with it back then. Luminaire, however, recently updated the track as a redux and it feels a bit more complete, smoothing out the rough edges. Although, the original does get to the good stuff quicker. Let me know if you spot anything you different you like in the two.

View Full Article »

Solidisco · Gotta Have It (Original Mix)

Can't get enough of these soulful vocals gon' disco

Solidisco continues to push out nothing but the best in this nu era of disco. ‘Gotta Have It’ offers up the usual catchy, soulful vocals with funky-ass beats to get groovy to. However, the one thing I’m not feelin is the electro-house-like edits made to the track, but what’s nu disco if not house goin back to its disco roots. Plus, I have nothing “real” to complain about so I’m just searching for something.

View Full Article »

Never Say Never ·· The Morning After

This label is doin' disco right. Very, very right.

I could count the times on my toes where someone made a mix with as much soul as this. And to top it off, this Never Say Never label has all these acts in the bag, signed. There are many nu disco flavors on this Morning After mix, all with some sort of funk charm thrown in, but one sticks out over many other solid tracks. I’ve been putting ‘Alright with Me’ on heavy repeat and I can stop playing it…and I like it!

View Full Article »

Poka · Lonely Nights (95 Royale Remix)

Pump that happy / feel good music Up!

There’s not many other styles that get my heart beat pumpin like disco does. It’s just the happiest, feel good shit that anyone could ask for. And with my latest love child, 95 Royale’s remix of ‘Lonely Nights,’ this funky bass kicks better than ever with disco filters galore. Tell me this doesn’t lift you up right from the start. Tell me!

View Full Article »

Solidisco, More Disco in the House!!

Disco turned to House and now House is going back to Disco

Someone recently emailed me urging me to stop posting so much disco. And as much as I’ve tried to pump the breaks on my nu-disco fascination (I know I’m obsessed), I gotta get posting when the postings good.

Solidisco spells it right with a duo that pumps out some quality disco with a heavy House influence. They’ve been doin work for just over a year now, but their latest tracks really show their blossoming future. I was going to post ’em all separately, but apparently that’s just too much disco for you folks.

View Full Article »

Lenno · ‘Mighty Love’ vs ‘Sweet Disposition’

Mashing up Pryda and The Temper Trap

I just had a real rush of awe-inspiring-ness while listening to Lenno’s mashup of ‘Mighty Love’ & ‘Sweet Disposition,’ mostly because I remembered I still have two tacos in the fridge. (best.feeling.ever) But also because of this remarkable mash of house & those rememberable vocals from the late 00’s — even though it takes a bit for the vocals to kick in. And make sure to wait for it [3:40].

View Full Article »

Atlas Genius · Trojans (Lenno Remix)

Love when beautiful Indie vocals turn to Disco

You can’t quite tell right off the bat how well these vocals will carry, but once you get into the mess of it all, you quickly realize – especially with Lenno’s dirty disco mixed in. Unlike the original indie piece, Lenno brings in that raspy bass & nu-disco charm, which brings the vocals to much higher heights.

View Full Article »