Liam Doc will release a new EP next month.
The Glaswegian DJ and producer, who runs his own Eyeangle Records and is a resident at the city's Sub Club, will join fellow Glasgow native Denis Sulta's esteemed Sulta Selects Silver Service imprint with an uplifting four-tracker.
'East Coast Edits', slated for release on the 9th March, is brimming with house-infused disco edits, currently being played out in sets from the likes of Big Miz, The Black Madonna, Jacques Greene, and Paul Woolford.
Sampling Double Exposure's feel-good hit 'My Love Is Free', and East Harlem's 'Wanted, Dead or Alive', the colourful cuts serve as some of Docherty's best productions to date.
B-side opener 'K.Y.A.I.C.P' samples Coffee's 1982 disco-funk track, 'Purpose'. Set on a bumping bassline, Coffee's original, soulful vocals glide across glistening strings and dreamy, filtered atmospherics.
Listen to 'K.Y.A.I.C.P' below and pre-order 'East Coast Edits' here.
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