24 HOV Mixes
Disco

24 Hours of Vinyl (NY) – ELI ESCOBAR (Presented by Discogs)

Live Set Recorded on February 4th & 5th at Black Flamingo in Brooklyn, NY. Presented by Discogs Special Thanks to Black Flamingo & 101 Apparel Enjoy this set from ELI ESCOBAR (Classic Records) DOWNLOAD LINK

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Forgotten Treasures
Disco

“The Men In The Glass Booth” Compiled by Al Kent (BBE)

via BBE: In May 1976 a record was released that would have an unforeseen and lasting impact on the music industry “Ten Percent” by Double Exposure was an early release on the New York independent label Salsoul Records. America was in the grip of a disco explosion with new clubs …

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Forgotten Treasures
Disco

BAB “Party & Get On Down” (1976)

via Athens Of The North: One of the best mid-tempo disco rarities (and we mean rare) to come out of the Deepfunk scene. When Keb Darge first played “Party & Get On Down” in the early 2000s in Soho it put a few noses out of joint as it was …

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Guest Mixes
Disco

MIMS Guest Mix: ALFRED BORDEN (Montreal, Hell In Paradise)

We’re happy to present this new guest session by Alfred Borden, one of our favorite young DJ’s from our hometown of Montreal. A very eclectic DJ since his early days, he has for the past couple years taken more of an interest in the fascinating musical period of the late …

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Future Classics
Disco

Lord Echo “Just Do You” (Soundway Records)

Wellington-based multi-instrumentalist Lord Echo has shared “Just Do You”, the first taste of his hotly anticipated third album “Harmonies”. We’ve had the track on loop all day long, combining the soulful tones of Mara TK vocals with an infectious sound bed of African, Latin, and Disco elements this is one …

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Guest Mixes
Broken Beat Disco House / Techno

MIMS Guest Mix: IGOR JADRANIN (Belgrade, Serbia)

Hailing from Serbia’s beautiful capital city of Belgrade, Igor Jadranin has had quite a successful year in terms of releases and exposure! Through Asley Beedle’s Back To The World label he released his “Boulevard EP” which received support from many A-list DJ’s like Laurent Garnier, Kenny Dope, Shur-I-Kan as well of all of …

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Forgotten Treasures
Disco

Forgotten Treasure: Karriem “I Love You” (1979)

via Favorite Recordings : “New official single reissue of I Love You by Karriem: A very rare soulful mid-tempo disco killer, originally released in 1979 on Pashlo Records. Pashlo Records was based in Oakland and owned by producer and musician Leroy Smith, who is also known for his Ocampo Records’ imprint, …

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Disco

Montreal’s Disco Pioneers Rundown Their Crucial Tracks

It may surprise you to know that in the glory days of Disco, the city of Montreal was considered to be the second most important scene, after NYC of course. They had The Loft, Studio 54, Paradise Garage and we had we legendary Lime Light and many other legendary spots …

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Future Classics
Disco House / Techno

Future Classic: Claude “All Night Vol. 1”

via Musique Large: “All Night” is a collection of half-edits / half-reworks by Claude aka Fulgeance (the Musique Large boss) recently signed on Ed Banger Records. You’ll find in this first volume a proper disco mood, some progressive funk and weirdo house-beats made to sweat, body-moving and sensual seduction. All …

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Amuzement Park "Groove Your Blues Away"
Forgotten Treasures
Disco Soul & Funk

Forgotten Treasure: Amuzement Park “Groove Your Blues Away” (1982)

Post Disco Boogie! I found the LP while browsing an online site, the original as kind of pricey, but I got instant happy in the pants to this tune. Uptempo groove, great bassline, glassy Funk guitar tones, and some killer horns. Lot’s of little breaks and fills to mix in/out …

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Exclusive Preview
Disco

Exclusive Premiere: Misumami “Bodyrock” Ft. Buscrates 16 Bit Ensemble

via ISM Records: Gliding the boundaries of contemporary soul music and underground beats culture, Misumami represents a splash in a pond of the worldwide soul music scene. Effortless and fluid vibrations pushed from the heart and mind, designed to be felt by the body. The brainchild of singer, producer and …

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Forgotten Treasures
Afro Disco

Forgotten Treasure: Nel Oliver “Nel Oliver” (1980)

Over the last few years, under appreciated artists like Leon Ware and Leroy Hutson seem to have been rediscovered by a whole generation of new listeners. But another overlooked gem from the early 80’s soulful (last days of) disco era is this self-titled album by Benin singer-songwriter Nel Oliver. Recorded at Studio …

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