Idris Muhammed’s Loft classic, “Could Heaven Ever Be Like This?” is here edited with a light touch by Leftside Wobble.
Alex Metric & Oliver are amazing producers in their own right but when they come together it makes magic. “Galaxy” embodies everything that I love about Nu-Disco.
Culture of Soul just released Joanne Wilson’s “Got to Have You” on 12″ vinyl and included it on their forthcoming Tropical Disco Hustle compilation. Currently on heavy rotation!
Matata’s afrofunk tune “Talkin’ Talkin’” gets “REMASTERED, REGROOVED, RESTRUCTURED, RE-EDITED, REMIXED & REPRODUCED” by Dr. Funkenstein for the 12-track DJ-friendly Afrofunk compilation.
Rhythm Scholar gives an updated rub to Barry White’s classic “Never, Never Gonna Give Ya Up.” This is a classy remix!
Ash Reynolds really kills it on this re-edit called “Into My Life” for his new label venture called Slightly Transformed.
Psychemagik’s remix of Blamma! Blamma!’s slo-mo nu-disco gem, “Zsa Zsa” is a stylish guitar and synth bed, ensuring us (at least for its seven minute length) that the future is a warm and welcoming place.
In anticipation of tonight’s live performance at U Street Music Hall, here’s a guest mix from Classixx, recently recorded for Diplo’s BBC radio show, Diplo & Friends.
Sammy Bananas applied a saxophone-led, disco-house touch to Company Freak’s “Sexaholic” single.
I would describe “Nyuli” by Mim Suleiman as Swahili Nu-Disco / Word House, clearly distinct from the Deep House popular in South Africa.