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Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak take listeners down to the disco with debut LP, ‘An Evening With Silk Sonic’

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak‘s disco-inspired, soul-inflected side-project, Silk Sonic, has released its debut album. An Evening With Silk Sonic finds the pair diving deep into ’70s disco atmospheres, their project encapsulating a vintage Motown feel with a modernized, contemporary edge. While the first two singles showed listeners what they could expect from An Evening […]

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Voost ignites the party with latest house single ‘Sometimes It Hurts’

Holland’s Voost returns to Spinnin’ Records in a big way with his new single “Sometimes It Hurts,” a disco-drenched party track that happily leaves all of its somber notes at the door. Voost brings an impressive resume at just 23 years old, having already found support from the likes of dance music titans such as […]

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Celebrate a decade of ‘Audio, Video, Disco’ with Justice’s seminal sophomore LP

In 2011, Justice followed up on their acclaimed 2007 debut LP, † with their highly anticipated sophomore album, Audio, Video, Disco. Self-described by the veteran Parisian hitmakers as “a progressive rock record, played by guys that don’t know how to play,” Justice’s sophomore album takes their French-house style to a deeper, headier dimension, cinematically blurring […]

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Kylie Minogue plots ‘DISCO’ remix album with Basement Jaxx, Dua Lipa, Gloria Gaynor, and more

Kylie Minogue gears up to release a remix album of her 2020 LP, Disco, disseminating a tracklist including the likes of Basement Jaxx, Dua Lipa, Gloria Gaynor, and more. The Australian icon took to Twitter for the release announcement of DISCO: Guest List Edition and also previewed the upcoming LP with its first taste, a […]

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Disco Elysium’s Out On Switch Soon, So Now You’ve Got No Excuse

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut finally has a release date on Switch. The funky futurist RPG where words matter more than hit points will be playable on Nintendo’s hybrid handheld starting October 12. Read more…

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A Year Later, I Still Can’t Stop Thinking About Disco Elysium

Disco Elysium is a game about three bullets. The first was fired over 40 years ago, and ignited the revolution that brought Revachol to the edge of something new. It has since been lost, but its many kin define the pox-scarred skin of this city. The second was shot through the throat of a security […]

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Broken Roads Looks Like A Thrilling Mad Max RPG

Every now and again, Australian developers throw up a neat surprise. One indie that arrived out of nowhere was Broken Roads, a traditional cRPG set in the outback with echoes of Wasteland and Mad Max. The game isn’t due out until 2022, but I touched base with Broken Roads’ game director to find out where […]

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Duck Sauce returns with funky new single ‘Nonchalant’

Duck Sauce, the beloved joint project of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, are releasing their second single of 2021, “Nonchalant.” Returning after a six-year hiatus in 2020, the duo acts as an ode to old-school house and disco, always allowing themselves to pick back up where they left off with the timeless nature of their […]

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Kaskade completes ‘REDUX 005’ with fifth and final single, ‘Disco’

Kaskade wears it right on his sleeve with his fifth and final piece to REDUX 005, “Disco.” Modernizing the soaring sounds found on 1970s dance floors, the track continues on with the ongoing disco revival that has made its way into mainstream music in recent years . Kaskade’s swinging new track finds instrumentals that blend […]

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Dombresky unlocks third single of 2021—stream ‘Used To Be’

Dombresky’s third offering of the calendar year has finally landed. Yet another demonstration of the disco-house sensation’s sonic consistency, “Used To Be” is a hard-hitting, piano-driven house anthem from top to bottom. The new single and lyric video pairing arrive on the heels of the French producer’s Toolroom Records appearance earlier this year, “Do You […]

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Foo Fighters will celebrate Record Store Day with a disco album as the Dee Gees

Foo Fighters are getting on the disco revival bandwagon, donning a new alter ego, the Dee Gees, for an upcoming LP titled, Hail Satin. The album will be available in record stores on July 17 as part of Record Store Day, and will feature five Bee Gees covers. Introducing…the Dee Gees!!!HAIL SATIN – coming to […]

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Fred Falke, Zen Freeman flip Raw Silk’s 1982 staple, ‘Do It To The Music’

On July 16, Fred Falke and Zen Freeman of AMPERSOUNDS will disperse their debut EP via West End Records/BMG, but the two-plus weeks that separate streamers from its full-fledged release won’t play host to a drought of new Falke/Freeman music, the duo vows with its “Club Remix” of Raw Silk’s “Do It To The Music.” […]

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OOTORO hits tech-house sweet spot on debut STMPD RCRDS solo cut, ‘Breaking Away’

As 2021 makes its way through the midway milepost, OOTORO is taking the opportunity to pin yet another titanic win onto the board. No stranger to Dancing Astronaut as of late, the Indonesian producer has now been granted his first-ever unaccompanied round on Martin Garrix‘s STMPD RCRDS with “Breaking Away” after cashing in on his Bleu […]

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HAAi serves disco-dreched techno remix of The Chemical Brothers’ latest, ‘The Darkness That You Fear’

Australia’s HAAi hops on remix duty for The Chemical Brothers‘ latest single, “The Darkness That You Fear,” using the original’s swinging hook to confidently bridge the gap between the often distant genres of techno and disco. Those looking for a quick summary can consider HAAi a techno act, however that’s not because her sound is […]

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Soul Clap deliver electrfying third studio album ‘WTF (World Transformation Force)’

Soul Clap have released their third studio album titled WTF (World Transformation Force) via Fool’s Gold Records. The Boston duo have been teasing the release of their LP with extended plays correspondently titled World, Transformation, and Force released in January, February, and March. The 15-track album showcases the DJ pairing’s blended tastes of deep, funk, […]

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Soul Clap deliver electrfying third studio album ‘WTF (World Transformation Force)’

Soul Clap have released their third studio album titled WTF (World Transformation Force) via Fool’s Gold Records. The Boston duo have been teasing the release of their LP with extended plays correspondently titled World, Transformation, and Force released in January, February, and March. The 15-track album showcases the DJ pairing’s blended tastes of deep, funk, […]

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Disco Elysium Was Its Incredible Narrator’s First Voice Acting Gig

Narration plays a huge role in Disco Elysium: The Final Cut, the spiraling detective simulator that was recently updated for consoles. As such, one might expect the man chosen to lend his pipes to such a project to be some sort of master thespian, or at least a veteran voiceover artist. But in reality, the […]

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SG Lewis primes North American ‘times’ run

In December of 2020, Dancing Astronaut proclaimed that SG Lewis‘ then-ongoing times rollout was scripting the soundtrack for electronic’s triumphant return to the dance floor. Four months later, this return is not merely within sight, but rather a cause to save the date. From October through December of the fall 2021 season, the British mover and shaker will […]

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Premiere: Supertaste kickstart ‘Super Classic’ rollout with lead single

Out of a Bristol, Tennessee cabin came a new “Super Classic.” Mere mention of “disco” carries with it the inherent sparkle of a disco ball. One wouldn’t expect to find woodsy imagery married to the genre, but with “Super Classic,” Brooklyn-based duo Supertaste entreat their listeners to subvert contemplative convention as they spearhead this convergence. […]

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When My Disco Elysium Character Gave Up I Was Like Yeah, I Get It

I have never felt more in tune with a video game character than when Disco Elysium’s detective protagonist, his morale utterly devastated after a series of failed skill checks, tells his partner to fuck off and prematurely brings the game to a close.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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