Hey You Should Be Dancing

Carnival disco moves from Gene Farrow, 1977 on Magnet. Driving, dense percussion breaks.

Gene Farrow with the G.F. Band - Hey You Should Be Dancing

Gene Farrow on Discogs



You either love it or hate it.

Jan Hammer - Crockett's Theme (Instrumental)

Jan Hammer on Discogs

12th Floor

Sydney based producer Superbreak edits 12th Floor's 'Get Down', released on Raw Fusion in 2003. Dusty slo-mo deep house for fans of the Instruments of Rapture/L.E.S.S. sound.

12th Floor - Get Down (Superbreak Edit)

12th Floor on Discogs

Superbreak on SoundCloud


Sounds Orchestra

Pretend the sun is shining with the Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra's afro groove 'Ma-Mo-Ah'. Dusty breaks all over this one. Released in '76 on Brunswick.

Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra - Ma-Mo-Ah

Tony Valor Sounds Orchestra on Dicogs


Angel Man

BeatElectric's BlackShag edits Rhetta Hughes' 'Angel Man' into a cosmic boogie-tinged instrumental disco stepper. Released in 1983 on Ariola/Barclay. If you don't know about the blog beast that is BeatElectric, go get school'd. They've got dope boogie, electro, disco and more to last you months, all of it top quality and personal vinyl rips.

Rhetta Hughes - Angel Man (BlackShag Edit)

Rhetta Hughes on Discogs



Telson EP

Last week was so busy I never got round to announcing the release of 3AM's 'Telson EP' on Brazilian label Rainbow Socks, complete with remixes from Zopelar and myself! Grab yourself a copy at junodownload, and watch this space for more releases in the coming weeks...

Big props to Pejota from Rainbow Socks.


For Discos Only

Insane percussion breaks aplenty on this jazzy disco cut from David 'Fathead' Newman, released on Prestige in '78. Special disco version.

David 'Fathead' Newman - Keep the Dream Alive

David 'Fathead' Newman on Discogs