Barry & Gibbs Spotlight

In the last 12 months you would be hard pressed to find another newcomer on the disco/edits scene who had made a bigger impression than Barry & Gibbs. Each track they have released has rocketed up the respective Traxsource, Beatport and Juno charts with a few peaking at number 1! We were lucky enough to catch up with the guys after they had done their Guest mix for the Sneaky Disco show EP113.

A History

Based in Lille, northern France, Barry & Gibbs are Quentin aka Barry (Also known as Mark Lower) and Fred (Gibbs). The dynamic duo formed in 2016 and describe their style as mainly Disco/NuDisco with a touch of funk! Barry (24) has been DJ'ing since he was 12, and has been producing almost the same time period, whilst Gibbs (37) has been DJ’ing for almost 20 years. Both confess to a love of vinyl and keep topping up their collection with new and old pressings. 

What inspires you?

Inspired by artists such as Dimitri from Paris, Joey Negro and the Reflex, the duo certainly have a huge love for Disco. When asked about which DJs they follow at the moment, in addition to their inspirations, they stated “Dr Packer, whilst Gibbs gives a shout out to his bro, Mark Lower ;-)”, but they were both quick to point out that there are way too many DJs to choose favourites from. When asked which are their favourite labels - the heavyweights Razor’n’Tape, Glitterbox, Masterworks Music and Midnight Riot were mentioned, as well as Sakura Music which is founded by Mark Lower. When we approached the subject of events or gigs that inspired them, they confessed to being enlightened whilst attending a Glitterbox event at Ministry of Sound, London, in 2017. It had that much of an effect on them that it was the catalyst that them launch their own events, in their hometown of Lille.


The guys’ first track was released three years ago; an edit of ‘Serge Gainsbourg – Sea, Sex & Sun’ (see the insert). When we asked them, which tracks they were most proud of, the guys had their own favourites – Barry, favours the edit of ‘Love Thang’ which is the newest edit they’ve done and, it’s on their SoundCloud page for a free download now. He also favours an edit of ‘Michel Berger - La Groupie Du Pianiste’ which is a French variety classic. Gibbs on the other hand loves their new Sister Sledge edit and confesses he gets goose bumps every time they play it. It’s not just Gibbs who get goose bumps – check out the reaction of the crowd here in Poland when the track is dropped! When the guys were asked about any new tracks, they advised us that they have a release on Masterworks planned later this year, and probably some new edits to come as free download on Soundcloud.



If you wish to check out the guys live then they have a biannual residency at “Le bistro de Saint So” in their hometown, Lille. It’s a large venue where they launched their Disconnect event last year. In the future they want to take the Disconnect Event in Lille to the next level, driven to improve the already fantastic night, they already have - so watch this space! They also recently gigged at the launch of the cool venue  La Capucine Lille .


To coincide with their own disconnect night, the guys also have the disconnect radio show which is released every month. If you want to check out the show it is hosted on their SoundCloud page.

We’d like to thank both Mark and Quentin, along with Karen Ridley and the Downtown disco agency. Check out their guest mix in the link below.

Chaka Kenn DJ Spotlight

Chaka Kenn

In our latest blog series we were lucky enough to catch up with Chaka Kenn. This was quite a coup for us as Chaka has featured on our show numerous times and has a production style that reflects the music we love to play. Tracks such as ‘Cold Blooded’ (see embedded video) and ‘Troys 2nd Cousin’ are created by an artist who never fails to bring a groove you find impossible not to love. What follows is a peak behind the curtain to one of the best producers who gives an honest assessment of the edits scene, including their frustrations at the current time.

What is Chaka Kenn

Chaka Kenn, the brainchild of House music legend Kenny Summit, was born for releasing bootlegs and edits. Not originally intended to be a regular outlet, all of that changed when a love for Chaka jams from DJs and fans alike started to snowball until it surmounted into a huge demand for new tracks.  When Chaka was born it was a disco focused project primarily but, unfortunately, today he feels that the disco and edits scene he loves has now become 'trendy' and he is growing disillusioned with it. Now, he says, its a scene where we are witnessing DJs aged 20-something playing disco hits, editing them and acting as if they just created some breathtakingly original piece of work. He is now doing less and less Chaka stuff as he feels that the scene is becoming a joke. But let’s start by asking Kenny about his own history in house music

The History of Kenny and Chaka..

Growing up in New Jersey, Kenny first got into DJing through a love of hip hop. It was the late 80s/ early 90s and the excitement of the scene in the New York City area was so intoxicating he felt he had to be a part of it. In the same period he was lucky enough to live near the 'Aly-Us' guys, who were behind the classic house hit 'Follow Me' . He states that watching them perform that song live at Zanzibar, while Tony Humphries was DJing, solidified his love for house. Due to this musical background, he spent many hours and days learning how to scratch, practicing and learning various techniques; he doesn’t see himself as purely a house DJ. He loves to play all styles of music but, as he quite correctly points out, “it must have soul!” We feel that this love for music with soul comes across in all Chaka tracks, they are always flawless in their production quality, with a hook that always grabs the DJ/Crowd.



He has a number of inspirations, such as the legendary David Morales who really blew him away when he first started clubbing. Other artists that inspired Kenny are Frankie Knuckles, Red Alert, Jazzy Jeff; whilst stating that Grant Nelson is one of the most technically fun guys to watch, which is something we can also testify to! Not one to rest on his laurels, Chaka’s always on a quest to continually improve and he feels there are so many great DJs out there that inspire him to keep pushing himself forward. He’s currently enjoying the tracks Wig and Dashcam have been putting out and states that House Arrest are up and coming. He has a love for music and listens to numerous track styles and artists at any given time. His eclectic taste, combined with all the great material out there, means that he’s able to embrace a wide variety of styles without any particular focus on specific producer. This is something we can relate to; when we put together the Sneaky Disco show we buy so much music, not everything gets in - it’s hard to give every producer all the credit they deserve!



When asked what labels are on his hot list, Kenny firstly said he likes what Luke Solomon does with Classic. He also likes what his boys over at MoodyHouse are doing. Kenny states that: “Homero's Moulton imprint is dope, J Paul's label releases hot joints, Bonetti's label is putting out good stuff, Motive out of Australia is a new hot label, AM2PM have a new label that puts out good tunes, In It Together is a good one, LTBH is also doing well, fuck, there are too many to list.” He also mentioned some of the powerhouse labels of now and in the past such as: “Nervous, Strictly, you know, Defected who have a serious back catalogue filled with hits , stating “ you gotta give props to the old guard. “  

When asked if he was affiliated with any label, he was quick to point out that: “People don't seem to realise that just because you release a track or two with a label, it does not make that label your affiliation”. He has a lot of love for the labels that have put faith in him and put out his tracks. For us, the labels have had good sense to put their faith into Kenny/Chaka’s productions and have been rewarded with a back catalogue of hits.


Kenny has no interest in Djing for 1-2 hour slots as he sees a DJ slot as a showcase to show off DJ talents and to create a Vibe for the night. He makes a great point that if you are a producer, with six different DJs in one night, then you are not going to create a vibe - infact, you're not being true to what house music is about: THE JOURNEY. He used to DJ five nights a week in NYC before he moved to LA seven years ago. When he left for LA he was exhausted and swore to himself he wouldn't throw parties anymore - and we’re not surprised, due to the efforts he puts into his sets!! Upon moving to LA he did start throwing the occasional party just so he had somewhere to go.

He puts the lack of a scene in LA down to promoters who have little concern with the music scene itself; they’re more concerned with image. A shame, as he states that there’s a wealth of exceptional talent in the LA area but it doesn’t seem to provide the right opportunities to help them shine like in other places, such as NYC. He’s quick to point out, though, that he has some amazing memories of LA, but has since moved to a small town in North California. If he was pushed for a favourite place to DJ, he admits that pretty much any time he plays outside of the US he has a blast - Hopefully a tour of the UK, especially the north, could one day be on the cards :-).

The future of Chaka Kenn

Of all the interviews and blogs we’ve done this was one of the best, as it’s given us an insight into how a producer in the house music scene thinks. What was also refreshing was Kenny’s amazing honesty and, none more so, when we asked the question about the future of Chaka Kenn. Currently, he’s somewhat disheartened with the way the Nu-Disco scene is going; the lack of creativity, the same-sounding remixes, edits and boots coming out week after week.  One bone of contention is people bootlegging his own bootlegs, making minor adjustments and then releasing it as their own work. He has a word of warning for those people: “This industry is SMALL, once you burn a bridge, that shit lasts for a long time (so watch who you BITE off of).“ It seems a fair comment and a legitimate reason to be falling out of love with the industry. It has a damaging effect to the industry; there have been incidents of free downloads being renamed and released on labels ( one in particular) - if things like this continue, talents such as Chaka Kenn might then decide that their production skills should be concentrated on other genres - robbing the rest of us of hot grooves and hooks! He has now decided to focus on making originals with singing, writing, and producing his own original vocals. He plans to enlist the help of live musicians and some of his best friends and mentors, like the iconic producers Eric Kupper and Scott Wozniak.

There’s a new Chaka Kenn track out on Traxsource as an exclusive, out now (Click Here).  It's a funky little ode to hip-house, almost has a breaks feel to it and is definitely built for the dancefloor, which we can’t wait for - especially after it’s been receiving rave reviews from than dance stalwarts Moby and Fatboy Slim!

We’d like to thank Kenny (Chaka) for taking the time to answer our questions. It was refreshing to speak to someone who has a real love for music, love for production and, at the same time, who talks about the house music scene with amazing honesty. We’ll be on the look out for the original productions on the horizon, but genuinely hope that we will hear some more Chaka Kenn productions, as they always add extra spice to any show or set we do and always make the crowd move! It will be a big loss for the scene if we don’t have artists like Chaka, so we should respect artists and their work.

Check out the Guest Mix he did for us on EP111 on the Sneaky Disco Show - It’s an absolute stormer! Below are links To Chaka’s Work - And if you haven’t checked out Kenny Summit, too - Where have you been?!








A Chat with Melgado

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We were really pleased to have Melgado as a guest on the Sneaky Disco show. He came to our attention on the awesome Riot in Lagos EP, released on Midnight Riot, with the track ‘African Food’. This was followed up then by the KO EP and also Calore EP, which had the amazing Instant party track ‘Instant Party’.

Haling from Lecco in the north of Italy ,on the stunning backdrop of lake Como, Fabietto Delgado aka Melgado is one of the most up and coming Djs/Producers that has come out of Southern Europe for a long time. He still Djs in Lecco on a regular basis at a little club in his home town called the Red Club, which he plays an active part in promoting and running - so if you are ever in the Lake Como area make sure you check it out. But lets dig a bit deeper.

Whats your Style and how was it shaped?

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When asked about his style, Melgado certainly comes across as a DJ that can play multiple genres such as Disco, Disco-Funk, Italo Disco, Afro Boogie, Brazilian Boogie, Nu Disco, House, Deep House, Old School House. For us, however, his Nudisco, Disco and Brazilian boogie edge make him stand out from the crowd. Melgado aka Fabietto Delgado has DJ’d since the age of 15; his passion for music pushed him to listen to almost everything through years of listening to Jethro Tulls, contemporary sounds and other various kinds of music, however he had a love for Funk, Jazz, Soul and Latin American music. He followed all his favourite Djs in the early '90s, for example Tony Humphries ( who he heard for the first time at Musiko' Jesolo in 1994) and all the american “old school” DJs. In 1999 he took part of Rete 104, a Lecco local radio, where he worked as a selector and technician in a House Music dedicated programme called ‘Groovemarket’ and also 104 Night Session until 2002. These early influences are a major factor in his style now and this is none more evident than in his DJ sets where he drives you on a road of House and Electronic Music, featuring his Old School House roots of the '90s, the Disco Funk of the '70s & ‘80s and other Rare Grooves.  His current influences include Antal and the Rush Hour movement.


 In 2010 Fabietto, along with his friend Roberto Praianò, created the Melgado Project. Their first production went straight to Gianni Bini's Checkmate Records and then to Fingerprint, Recline, and Paolo Martini's Paul's Boutique, gaining very good feedback from top worldwide Djs. In 2012 they then produced “Take me” with the acclaimed NiCe7. This tune was released by Noir Records and arrived in the Beatport chart thanks to the support of many famous Djs, such as the legendary Laurent Garnier who played it at the closing party of the Sonar Festival. His latest releases are on Sub_Urban, Snake Beat, Doner Music, Blacksoul, Midnight Riot, Masterworks Music. More recently he has been producing Disco edits such as ‘Fa Tremar’, which was released on Thunder Jam records last year. He is also one half of Ankle Release with DJ Triplex. Check out a release here


He is a resident at the Red Club , but interestingly in 2005 Fabietto Delgado was picked by RIN (Radio Italia Network) to take part in a DJ Contest powered worldwide by Heineken (Heineken Found @ Thirst). This allowed him to collaborate with the same radio and to work in the most famous Italian clubs, sharing the console with Pete Tong and Paul Oakenfold. A very talented DJ and a producer who we are just starting to see his best work, especially for the edits scene and one to certainly keep an eye on. He was kind enough to produce a guest mix for the second half of our EP112 show, so check out how talented he is!

Ladies On Mars DJ Bio - Sneaky Disco


After coming to our attention with the recent Boogie on Time EP, Jonathan Braverman aka Ladies On Mars supplied us with an energetic and uptempo set for the guest mix of the EP109 Sneaky Disco show. We were also lucky enough to ask him a few questions about his history in house music, his background and what the future may hold.


Hailing from Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Argentina, Ladies On Mars is not your average Bar/Club Dj and producer. He draws inspiration from, and plays, a variety of styles ranging from Nu Disco, Disco, Funk, House and sometimes tech house


Drawing on his love of music, Ladies On Mars cites Michael Jackson as a huge inspiration. It wasn’t just his music, it was his dancing and his personality that he loved, which added to his overall style - making Jonathan see him as the king of music. His electronic music loves include artists such as: Purple Disco Machine, Mousse T and Michael Gray (Full Intention) who he sees as his guides within the house music scene. As far as labels are concerned he loves Midnight Riot and Glitterbox, stating that every release is a bomb! He also loves some releases on Tropical Velvet, Tropical Disco and Masterworks Music and Club Sweet



Whilst speaking about the music scene, we asked Jonathan if he had a favourite bar or club that he likes to frequent or has visited a lot growing up. He made the excellent point that it is very difficult to have a favourite venue and, in fact, he didn’t have one as every Bar/club has their own magic, depending on “the feelings, the spirits of the people, at the location”. We personally feel that music enhances peoples’ feelings and lifts spirits and we’re sure Jonathan provides this with his residency at Negroni Madero, a Top Bar at Puerto Madero and also Work bar which is one of the best gay Bar/Club’s in Buenos Aires. Jonathan also recently played at the 2GHTR party in Buenos Aries with the Festa Bros. The best venues he has DJ’d at are the Kit Kat Club (Berlin) 2015, and he has also played at Gay Pride Buenos Aires in 2017 for 100,000 people, which he admits was a bit crazy! 


Jonathan has been a prolific producer since his first release ‘Sex Machine’; produced on Reason back in 2006! He was a big fan of Compact and Poker Flat, back then so it was a different sound to that we are used to today. The track he is most proud of is ‘Boogie On Time’, which we highly recommend and vouch for as we have featured the track in one of our previous Sneaky Disco episodes.

In the near future he has two releases on the way (they are intact promos on Traxsource now), these are ‘Hold On’ released on Tropical Velvet, and ‘Somebody to love’ on Sakura Music . These are hot on the back of ‘My Heart Belongs to You ‘ & ‘King of Disco’ on Sleazy G and also a tech house style release called ‘Dirty Trick’ on DSR Dance Selection Records showing his adaptability to different music styles.

What does the future hold?

Jonathan hopes that one day he will play at a “Glitterbox Party” as he thinks it is one of the best parties around the world and, with releases like he has been putting out recently, we personally think it is only a matter of time! There are many more releases on the way and hopefully a European tour on the horizon.

Check out Jonathan’s guest mix for the Sneaky Disco show - It starts approximately 1 hour into the show, after Good2Grooves mix.

Jonathan is also a keen contributor to the music scene often posting chats and reviews, check out his recent Traxsource chart:

Link to back catalogue



Magnetic Soul DJ Bio - Sneaky Disco EP106

Magnetic Soul


We were lucky enough to have Magnetic Soul record a guest mix for our Sneaky Disco show at the beginning of March.  He curated a cracking set, dropping some real toe tappers, with Eros, Volume 1, Track 3 a true highlight – we’re sure you’ll agree. For those of you wanting to know a little more about the DJ, here’s Magnetic Soul’s Good2Groove bio. 

Where it all began


Originally from Belfast, Magnetic Soul (MS) has probably seen more of the UK than the average native. Having had stints in Manchester, Birmingham and now holed up in London; it’s not his geographical travels we’re interested in, rather his musical journey.

Drawn to Manchester after school by its vibrant music scene and attitude, MS was greatly influenced by the wealth of music and DJ heritage from great local radio stations and internationally renowned club scene across  the city; alerting his radar to more music than ever  before. Fully immersed in the club scene, it wasn’t long before he took his first punt at promotion at the recently opened Sankeys Soap club with the Dis©nnect club night, learning the first vital lesson to use someone elses money if possible!

Deep into the scene and fully gripped by the vinyl bug MS moved to  Birmingham to attend Uni, where he remained for over a decade. Here he  honed his eclectic style hogging the decks at regular house partys as  well as stints DJing Wobble, MOS Bar and even Jungle on a pirate radio  station. He eventually got a job in several vinyl specialist dance music  warehouses just long enough to rinse all the best tunes and meet kindred  spirits that would seed the idea for the Floatation club night. Music  was definitely in his blood.

It was at Floatation where MS experienced some of his most memorable  moments. It was a pretty legendary underground party held in a small  back room club/ bar in Birmingham. The club had Balearic DJs in the bar  area and played pure soulful, disco infused deep house in a small back  room conservatory. With a ridiculous sound system, over used smoke  machine and even a fish pond, the club wreaks of the hysteria the raves  of the era evoke! He even recalls someone, after a particularly good  night, trying to give CPR to a fish on the dancefloor at 6am!

Making music


MS had been making tunes since 98 but it wasn’t until about 10 years later that he got his first tracks released on labels Midnight Riot and Rotating Souls. With a backlog of unfinished tracks and a number of budding projects just waiting to be unleashed he decided to start his  own label and Dab Hand label was born.  The label’s seen three vinyl  releases (What You Gonna Do, Summer Love, Come into My Life) and 12  digital releases, so far.

The release MS is most proud of is ‘Lovin’ on Run’, which was his first  vinyl release on Rotating Souls out of the US. MS has always had a  massive love for US house labels out of NYC, Chicago and West Coast and original funk disco artists, so getting picked up by a label out there  was such a bonus for him!

He states that “It was one of those tracks that just came out of nowhere and fell together easily with great soul elements and groove”. MS is  working on some new tracks and hopes to have some releases in the next few months.

MS refuses to be tied down to any style and plays everything from Balearic, eclectic beats to sleazy soul and funk grooves, new disco  edits, all sorts of deep house and proto sounds. Check mixcloud for some historic mixes and styles through the years:

Inspired by…

MS is more of a fan of underground and alternative party venues; he feels that they draw a clued up, open minded, music focused crowd. His favourite events have always been festivals or the D.I.Y. sound system parties around the Midlands, which attract a mixed crowd, relaxed vibe and lenient close times.

Although a UK nomad, MS has played at some amazing venues and locations across the globe. These include; Garden festival in Croatia and Bloom and Love In, both in Bristol. His best memories, however, will always be the Floatation nights; the mix of great music, magical atmosphere, surrounded by good friends DJing and partying together was infectious. One thing he loved most was being able to DJ two different sets in one day, from deep house to eclectic disco sets on street parties with an up-for-it and mixed crowd that sometimes would last all day until first light.

MS has a number of people that inspire him; the usual legends like Francois K, Larry Levan, Kerri Chandler, Johnny D Nicky P, Metro Area and Idjut boys, as well as more recently MCDE, Session Victim and Art of  Tones. The  labels which influenced himmost in the early days were US disco house labels, like Henry St (Johnick), 83 west (Mateo Matos) and  Nuphonic Balihu.  More recently his influences range from old disco and italio labels, to new re-edit vibes like Whiskey Disco, Kolour, RazorNTape and more eclectic stuff like Early Sounds, Phantom Island and International Feel.

His love of labels has helped with his immense vinyl collection, which is close to 10,000 records - spread over a few rooms in his house and some stored in his parents’ garage. He still buys a lot of old and obscure classics on Discogs and loves nothing more than rummaging through the racks of second hand record stores or boot sales, for those unexpected finds.

Where to find him

Last year, MS played four hefty 5hr sets at Spiritland Audiophile bar in Kings Cross. Here he gets the opportunity to play and experiment with all the weird and wonderful gems his extensive collection has to offer. He anticipates he will return to Spiritland for more chilled and eclectic sets, but is always up for more disco and house club sets. He loves taking time to prepare interesting warm up sets - a real DJ in our 

Living in London, working as a freelance photographer /videographer, MS regularly shoots music videos and promo photos for all kinds of up and coming artists. He really enjoys working with new artists and helping them to promote releases - check out the following website.

We’d like to thank Magnetic Soul for his time and contribution to our show and look forward to some more mighty Vinyl releases. We’re equally looking forward to his new material joining all three of his previously released tracks, which are already staples in our own collections!

Review: Midnight Riot - Church EP

Its been a while since we reviewed some music so what better way to get back into the groove of it with a review of the latest release from the Midnight Riot Label. Dubbed by Juno Download as a "fine compilation from Midnight Riot and "gospel supremo" the Showfa, which gathers together new, recent and overlooked gospel-fired dancefloor jams".  We found this EP to be one of the best releases on the label by a country mile and that's saying something! Andy and the gang really have delivered here - Each track is sufficiently different to get its own independent release while fitting to the conformity of the objective of the Church Gospel theme.

The EP has some corking releases with no fillers - Yam Who and Alan Dixons remix of the Soup Dragons "I'm Free" is one that will be played on numerous dancefloors across the country, Whilst Amp Fiddler drops yet another cracking track. The EP has numerous Heavyweights on the scene doing what they do best such as Dr Packer, Natasha Kitty Katt, Jack Tennis, Ziggy Phunk, Alan Dixon and many More.

For us, this combined the boogie groove of disco and edits with the gospel and soulful house scene that we both grew up on. The following tracks feature on this week's sneaky disco show 

(Available Here: Sneaky Disco EP84 Feat Derek Kaye )

The High Fidelity - Ithanku (Hifi Sean & Yam Who? dub)

Benjamin Ferreira - What U Will

Soup Dragons - I'm Free

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Top 10 Djs of 2017 NuDisco, Disco

1. Hotmood

Quite simply, everything HOTMOOD has touched this year has turned to gold. We have featured so many of his tracks, and I (Scott) have been on a one man quest to collate all his vinyl releases. His own style of mid tempo chilled groove, which can be taken up at any time, leaves HOTMOOD in a league of his own.  A couple of remixes of his tracks, especially by Ziggy funk, have taken a new twist to the records whilst still having that original stamp of quality.

Hotmood - Funjazoul : 

For all his digital releases:

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2. Dr Packer

Dr Packer has done it all this year; from Ibiza and a tour of England, to nuemorus huge gigs back in his now homeland Australia, he has cemnted himself as a favourite of the disco and edits scene. His relationship with defected has seen him release some old house grooves, but with a picthed down style such as 'I'll be good'. His release on Masterworks 'the DJ's Delight Vol 3', highlights his amazing prodcution quality and ear for a great tune.

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3. Javi Frias

Madrids Disco master has had a great year releasing numeorus top draw releases. His mix for Sneaky Disco was one of our favourite tracks, if not favourite, of the year; you also need to check out his other mixes, especially Chineurs de Madrid mix. 

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4. Michael the Lion

After a number of great releases in 2017, it was almost the year of The Lion. A whole host of mixes, remixes and DJ mix sets, left us wanting more from Michael and tracks such as Get it on, The Changer and the remix of Sea of Love rocked the floor every time we dropped them. He was in the Traxsource top 100, but for us he deserves more recognition than that! 

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5. Joey Negro

What can you say about Dave Lee that hasn't already been said? Numerous alter egos, all of which drop top draw disco and house music. The produced and remixed 'with love' sets live up to expectations;  Quality music produced by a master. Hopefully he'll continue to churn out tracks to the same standard of those he's produced over the past two years, as he has brought some quality disco tracks back from the archives. 

6. Purple Disco Machine

Another artist who has really taken off this year - even featuring on Mixmags LAB and the Esesential mix. We noticed him years ago with an edit of CRAM's track - 'A Good Night'. This year he redid 'Lola's Theme', which was a huge hit, as well as 'London Heartache' and 'Love for Days', amongst many more. The German disco master will be coming big in 2018 and maybe closer to no.1 next year!

7. Eli Escobar

Put your hands up... Put your hands up... !! A track that always makes the whole bar move. Eli Escobar has been very busy with releases on his own edit label and also Razor N Tape, alongside his album 'Happy Again'. If you haven't checked him out on Boiler Room do it now, as it's one of the best house/disco sets you will ever see


8. Yam Who

Not just content with running the best label around, the guys form Midnight Riot also produce and remix some of the best tracks around. Great live too, as we saw at 53 Degrees North, Halifax. They should need no introduction - They also have a weekly radio show you should check out too.


What a year - The TOY TONIC label has been lucky to have so many good releases from COEO. 'Mydonna' is a class track which is always a crowd fave. Other hits this year have been 'In Motion', '1981' and their mix for Razor Tape is one of the best you will hear.

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10. Sunner Soul

There were so many tracks out in 2017 that hit the mark with us - Sunner Soul features so many times for us. We keep on asking for a mix, but it's not coming as the artist is so busy - probably producing all the hits from the past 12 months. Vintage music has seen a new lease of life in some great tracks from him,  from disco edits, to even nu-jazz and almost hip hop beat instrumentals.. A must for anyone that likes a varience in edit styles.

Disco, Nudisco, Edits Tracks of 2017

We've been lucky enough to feature some amazing tracks this past year and there are some, for whatever reason, that we have not been able to get into our shows. So we thought it would be a great idea to highlight our top ten favourite tracks of 2017. Not in any particular order, might we add, but we hope you like them or at least discover something new:

Danny Kane - Feelin Me (feat Jacqui George - Yam Who remix)

Click to play: DANNY KANE & TIMY VEGAS feelin me (12'') (Midnight Riot Rec) 2017

Even though it's a low BPM, this track has a groove to it which, for me, seems fresh and has not been replicated by anyone else in the past 12 months (not from what we've heard, anyway). It has great vocals, a great build and that Midnight Riot syle polish, all making it stand out as one of the tracks of the year.

BOSQ: Can't Seem To Hide feat. Megan Doherty


This is our joint favourite vinyl release of 2017. Thankfully for you lucky people, it's also available now on bandcamp: Link here:

This has the feel of a classic summer track which is easy on the ears and spices up any set.

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Luke Solomon feat. Queen Rose & Amy Douglas 'Light You Up'

Probably our favourite up-tempo track of the year. With a funky groove that has your foot tapping from the moment needle touches vinyl, it makes you want to move no matter where it's played. It's been a hit every time we've played it and we're sure that will go on long into this year, too.

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Omar-S Featuring Nite Jewel ‎– Confess To U

This vinyl release has all the traits of a track that'd have been on the old Soul Heaven label just a few years ago. It's a slight move away from Omar S' tracks of late, but oh so worth it - especially for the amazing vocals, which make this track one of our favourtite chilled tracks of the year.

Midnight Magic - Sea of Love ( Michael The Lion Remix )

Great track, capping off a fantastic year for The Lion! The melodic piano and vocals drive the track all the way from start to finish. It's a bit of a builder too, which makes it even better, especially for those who really like to get their crowd going!

Atlantic Starr - Circles (Joey Negro Extended Disco Mix)

Joey Negro never disappoints and this remix is no exception; it gives a whole new feel to the original 1982 Atlantic Starr classic. This was released on the remixed 'With Love' EP and the B side was another remix of Chic's 'Everybody Dance'. Not one to shy away form the classics, the rest of the album is pretty special too. 

Prospect park – Till You Surrender (Dj Fudge Disco Mix)

Dj Fudge has a way of turning already good tunes into great tracks, by giving them an upbeat and punchy twist. This song was that popular it even featured on a BT Sport advert! :-) Lovely strings throughout the track and a powerful vocal give this a modern disco vibe, making it a must play on the dancefloor.


Dr Packer Corner St Boogie

Dr Packer had a fantastic year and this was our favourite track produced by the DJ. It is produced by Masterworks and is on the Dj's Delight EP 3, which also has a couple of other quality tracks.

Listen to the Dr Packer Sneaky Disco, brought to you by Masterworks Music here (Also Download):

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HotMood - Hundreds Of Times

From the amazing Grooves Vol.1 EP, Hotmood's 'Hundred of Times' has a mid-tempo groove which is a headbobbin' fave. Whether played at the start of the set, or even dropped partway through, it always works to get a set popping and it's a fantastically produced track (Like all his work).

Dr Packer - What I Got

Produced brilliantly, great vocals and one that you can't help but sing along to, well, at least for some of the track at least! 

Venice Beach Parisian Disco


Review: This may not be the first full-length outing for occasional Nang contributors Venice Beach - they've previously released a few albums of re-edits - but it is their first set of original productions. Beginning with the Gauloises sporting Italo-disco chug of "No Complex", Parisian Disco is a perfect showcase for the duo's distinctive brand of synth-heavy nu-disco. Highlights include the rubbery dub disco grooves and dancing melody lines of "Medusa Lounge", the similarly throbbing party business of "Paradise" - all slap bass and big build-ups - and the dreamy nu-disco/deep house fusion of "Unique". The album's two vocal moments are pretty tidy, too, making it a quietly impressive collection of tracks.

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All the tracks available to listen to on youtube - Or Below! :-)

Good2Groove Part 1 - 53 Degrees North Halifax 21.1.17

Here is the 1st part of a live recording from our latest gig at the amazing 53 Degrees North in Halifax. We will be back on the 11th February 2017 so stay tunes for more information.

If you want to find out more about 53 click on the link:


Deep House Sessions 1

To download click the right hand download link


1.  Andy HART - Epsilon Girls

2. Fouk - Lefty's Bar (Brame & Hamo remix)

3. Nhan Solo - Supervisor

4. Andy Hart & Max Graef - Super Strain

5. Art Of Tones - Don't Need No More (feat Laetitia Dana)

6. Stupid Human - Zaire

7. NICHOLAS - Love Message

8. Motor City Drum Ensemble- Prayer (original mix)

9. SESSION VICTIM - The Keyboarder

10. MR FRIES - Get Together

11. Paso - I Never (Petr Serkin remix)