Monday, 5 July 2010

Disco Deviant tunes for you plus a party, Above Audio, Brighton, Friday 9th July

Disco Deviant drop in for their monthly session Above Audio this Friday. Always a good night so well worth a visit.

Pablo Contraband has invited Dirt Metal Choir and Bexa to jump on the train from London and join him behind the decks for this one.

They are fresh back from partying in Italy, with some seriously hot tunes and exclusives between them, this is set to be another great night, last time they visited us in Brighton it went off, so we expect no less this time.

We kick off at 10 pm and go til closing around 3am - Half Price Cocktails (expertly crafted), £2.50 bottles / Spirit & Mixer deals, Free Entry.

Nu Disco, House, Classics, Edits & Rarities all night 10 - 3am

Join us there. :)

Here are a couple of beauty's I will be giving an airing this month (provided I get a copy)

  Gimme your loving (Warm edit) by Warm Sounds

Great edit from another neighbour of mine Warm Sounds (I usually just call him Tim) Its been about for a while now but I was complaining about it sudden and frankly abrupt ending when he first upped it. That's since been fixed up and is now available for D/L - 100 only so be quick. It's straight on my July playlist.

  Nicholas - Without u by Nicholas

Here's another cracker from Italy's Nicholas. He's on fire at the moment and this is no exception. Superb vocal talent from Garfield Fleming, this is a rework of his classic Don't send me away (Becket records). Reminiscent of Teddy P if you ask me. Pure loveliness, no news on the release as yet but could be HIT002... keep em peeled - I will be.

  Camoflage - you've got the power (AA EDIT) by Andy Ash

Another lovely edit this time from Andy Ash,  he's rearranged Camoflage's - You've got the power, to great effect. Awaiting a copy as I missed the D/L :(

  Disco Circus Pablo's edit-Mstd WAV- download by Pablo Contraband

Here's one from me - stripped back edit of Martin Circus' seminal track Disco Circus. Way ahead of it's time, features a lot of different styles and techniques, plays like a sample fest but there were some that I just didn't like or dated it somewhat (the jank 70's guitar solo) so i removed these elements and focussed on the breakdown and strange vocals. Ended up with a pretty minimal sounding disco track / dj tool. reached it's D/L limit so there is a fresh link beneath the player.


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