Austin Ato's new EP 'Music Will Save The Day' is next in line for Bristol's best-loved disco/house label Futureboogie.
Austin Ato is the latest project from Scotland's Colin Bailey (Drums of Death, Coba, Frankie Dreams) and 'Music Will Save The Day' not only features his own vocals (as well as a 'Dub Mix'), but also a dreamy remix from Highlife boss Auntie Flo, and a more muscular version from label-affiliate Christophe.
Fort Romeau is returning to Gerd Janson’s Running Back imprint with a fresh disco-informed 12” entitled ‘Emulators’.
The four-track offering (five in the digital format) celebrates the “grey realism” produced by the E-MU II.
Mark Hume drops disco bombs aplenty on the latest edition of our DJ Mag Weeky Podcast.
Known best as one half of Cadillac Soundsystem, Hume is an aficionado in all things disco, house and Afrobeat, regularly showing off his skills on London stations Soho Radio and Music Box Radio with his Soho Jams and The Cadillac Radio shows.
Hume can be caught spinning across the UK capital most weekends, and recently appeared for DJ Mag when we took over the Stardust Disco tent at Shindig Weekender, before heading up to Wales for the madness that is Gottwood.
Hï Ibiza opened on Sunday night (28th May) on the former site of Space Ibiza, with sets from Apollonia, Luciano, Black Coffee and more.
The biggest story of the White Isle’s opening parties – after taking over the site of the Playa d’en Bossa institution – all eyes were on what the Ushuaïa owners had done after taking the keys from Space Ibiza boss Pepe Rosello at the end of last season.
David Morales spins at Liverpool Disco Festival tomorrow (Saturday 6th May), and to celebrate the occasion he’s delivered a sublime DJ Mag exclusive mix. You can listen to it below.
Liverpool Disco Festival, which is uniting with Southport Weekender’s 30th anniversary celebration this weekend, brings together some of the most iconic global names from the disco, house, garage, soul and funk spectrum.
Aroop Roy makes his debut on London label House Of Disco this month with the three-track 'Talkin Bout Life' EP.
Dropping work that ranges in influence between disco, jazz, house and Afro and Latin styles, Roy's been making waves with records for Basic Fingers, G.A.M.M. and Freestyle Records — the latter of which released his 2010 album 'Nomadic Soul', and a subsequent remixes version the following year.
Daft Punk's tracks make up some of the most iconic, widely recognised dance music of all time, but where do they come from originally?
A new YouTube video created by Daftworld, documents the French duo's sampling history, revealing the sources for many of the pair's most famous releases.
In the clip, original hits from the likes of ELO, Barry Manilow, Bill Withers, Sister Sledge and more are played alongside the Daft Punk tracks they're sampled in for direct comparison.
Ever looked at random objects around your room and thought, I wish my phone could make a song about that? Us neither, but now you can do it anyway with Google's new Giorgio Cam.
Created by two brainboxes in the States, the app uses artificial intelligence to recognise objects in pictures taken on computer or smartphone cameras, then creates lyrics about what it sees.
Best of all, the robo-vocals are then set to music by Italian disco legend Giorgio Moroder!