This is an edit we have of Fred Everything - Next To Me one of our fav tracks
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
TheGet Up Dj's Marshall Paul Murray Good2Groove Chris Iredale A night that has dj's that want to be there and playing to a crowd that are up for it. That has selected guests in the vip area who want to be there for the right reasons and want to have quality house music from past to present pumping out of the speakers. Think your in? TheGet Up has a VIP invited guest only policy. If you like & are part of our page then you have a chance to be there.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Link to there tracks: https://www.juno.co.uk/artists/Coeo/
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.
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)
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: https://bosq.bandcamp.com/album/cant-seem-to-hide-b-w-take-me-there
This has the feel of a classic summer track which is easy on the ears and spices up any set.
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.
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!
Listen To Michael the Lions Sneaky Disco mix here:
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):
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).
Listen to Hotmoods Sneaky Disco here IDowloadable)
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!
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.
Buy Here: http://www.junodownload.com/search/?q%5Bartist%5D%5B%5D=%22venice+beach%22
All the tracks available to listen to on youtube - Or Below! :-)
Live recording from Saturday 11.12.17
We have just started using a 3rd deck & our Fx machine in our sets now & last night got to play around with acapellas & got to rinse some effects.
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YAMWHO? were good enough to do us an a 1 and a half hour mix so here is the last 30 minutes :-)
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Here is the 2nd 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: http://riccis53degreesnorth.co.uk/
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: http://riccis53degreesnorth.co.uk/
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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)
So Deelicious was a star and did us a 2 hour mix for the podacst..
Here is the 2nd hour - Hope you like it as much as us..
Latest edit we have done - This time of the funk classic which way is up by Stargard :-)
Check the rest of the freebies we have such as mixes and edits etc in this blog - or for the twice monthly podcast look at the sneaky disco tab :-)
Hi Everyone - decided to do a slower BPM Mix today - Hope you like it - some awesome artists on :-)
1. EVIL SMARTY - The Get Down
2. Toomy Disco - Outstanding
3. MASSIMO VANONI - Respect
4. ASH REYNOLDS - Never
5. ASH REYNOLDS - Lessons
6. Sunner Soul - First Night Symphony
7. FABIOLOUS BARKER - Sticky Party (ReVamp 2016)
8. ED WIZARD/DISCO DOUBLE DEE - Push Da Groove
9. 5 STAR DISCO PATROL - Fire Fighters
10. ED WIZARD/DISCO DOUBLE DEE - House Shaker
11. YSE SAINT LAUR'ANT - Freeze Frame
12. Latimore - Out To Get'cha ((Soulist & Dj Vas Rework))
Did this MIX today - It a soulful house one so separated this from the Sneaky Disco Podcast.
Its mainy new Soulful tracks with a couple of older tracks thrown in for good mesure.
1. The DangerFeel Newbies, Kai Alcé - What Am I Here For? (Original NDATL Vocal) DEFECTED
2. Phil Asher and The Mighty Zaf feat. Zansika - Shakin It Up (Pt. 1) (Main Mix)
3. RHEMI feat ALEX MILLS - Back To The One
4. KENYA - Let Me (Sean McCabe Main vocal remix)
5. Cafe 432, Miss Swaby - Move On (Original Mix)
6. WEEKS, Phil - Bad Chance Went Thru My Mind
7. Blaze, UDAUFL, Byron Stingley, Dj Spen, Soulfuledge - Spread Love (Dj Spen & Soulfuledge Agape Dub)
8. Groove Assassin - In And Out Of My Life (Original Mix)
9. Sean McCabe - Found My Way
10. Quentin Harris, Jason Walker - Stronger (Original Vocal Mix)
11. Roy Davis Jr., Terry Dexter - My Nation (Original Mix)
12. Alaia & Gallo, Kevin Haden - Who Is He?
So today me and Wayne had a huge session sorting out some loops and acapellas.. We had a blast, mixing it up with some tracks we really love with a great groove and some well know vocals on top 😃 we did a few with #atfc , #adeva and many more.. Using serato helped to see if the acapellas went but live we will just be using the cdjs! Going to look through the vinyl collection now to see what acapellas I can rip and sample!!
This is one of the new releases from the masterworks ep.. Massimo is a new name to me but he has already had releases on midnight riot too.. Quality ep and the hottest tracks are respect and wicked funk.. Wicked funk is a disco style edit with a funk beat all the way through.. Even Houghton is only 110 is has a strong pulse and certainly gets the dance floor going.. Respect is also a great mover, slower Bpm and a tad deeper.. If you are in to ed wizard And disco double dEe then you will love this ep
Hey Just thought that I would blog about the newest Frank Booker release on Sleazy Beats Black Ops track.. As soon as I heard sugar one a DiscoTech Mix I hunted on the internet to find a copy it is that good! I couldn't find a copy as only 500 have been made - Thankfully after messaging the label themselves on facebook they pointed me to Japhy.co.uk where I gotcopy!!
You have to get this record it is bloody amazing if your into your edit, disco chugging quality with an amazing groove!
Roady on the B side is worth the purchase alone - quality almost touch on deep with just another great groove ll the way through
Straight after Down in the basement NZ finest is back!!
Just got round to listening to the Crazy P mix on Rinse Fm from Boxing Day! It was a 2 hour show and was a mix of mixed house music and some of the members of the band selection of individual tracks.
I particularly liked the mixed house section from the 15-60 minutes and featured a quality track by Dan shake called glitter disco.. Pre order it now on vinyl from Juno or red eye records! It also featured one of my fav tracks ever Rainey trueby - to know you!
Crazy p never disappoint and had some great banter in the show as well. I normally prefer just straight mixed with no voice overs but as it's an Xmas mix I was ok with it! Ha ha
I am looking forward to the next mix..