DATE: April 17th, 2013
Helsinki-based producer Jesse Oliver, whom you may remember from his collaborations with fellow producer Jay Lamar on last year’s “Diamonda” EP, has retured to Discotexas with his first solo release titled “Oceans”. And it’s a great one!
The release consists of two original tracks, “Oceans” and “Nicodemus”, and a fine remix by Portuguese producer/DJ Rui Maia, better known as Mirror People. The disco-flavored title track is our favorite cut on that EP and it’s certainly worth a listen. Give it a spin above, and take a long ride along the ocean.
Jesse Oliver’s “Oceans” EP is out now on Discotexas. Get it here.
DATE: March 8th, 2013
After last year’s “Kaleidoscope”, the always amazing Portuguese producer/DJ Rui Maia, better known as Mirror People, returns to Discotexas with yet another great track, called “Machines”, that has an infectious groove. This tune is based on a sh09 – sh101 – Ms10 sequence with filters and punk funk bass. Give it a spin above, and make sure to check out the video for “Machines” below. The video is a remix version of the original work “SCANTS” (ANTS in my scanner), an intriguing project by French filmmaker François Vautier. In case you missed it, you can read our interview with Mirror People here.
Mirror People’s “Machines” is out now on Discotexas. Get it here.
DATE: October 5th, 2012
The amazing Portuguese producer Xinobi, aka Bruno Cardoso, is back in a big way with his wicked new single “(I Hate The Sound of) Guitars”, a dark and epic disco-house banger that clocks in at almost eight minutes. If his previous EP “Pirates” on Smile Recordings made us chase nasty pirates on a fantasy boat, with this one we definitely end up playing air quitar on the dancefloor. We’d expect nothing less from Xinobi.
Xinobi’s “(I Hate The Sound of) Guitars” is out now digitally on Discotexas. Pick up the limited edition 12″ of 200 copies in white vinyl with silkscreen on the b- side here. Just in case you missed it, grab his killer edit of Nicolas Jaar’s “And I Say” below.
DOWNLOAD La.Ga.Sta.’s Late Summer Compilation 2012 here or here [160 mb]
01. A.N.D.Y. – The Room (DJ Version)
Belgian producer A.N.D.Y. (formerly of Mustang) never ceases to amaze us with his skills. For this compilation he offers us a special DJ version of his brand new and unreleased track “The Room”, specially made for La.Ga.Sta. This tropical-flavored disco tune has summer written all over it, such a perfect start for our compilation. Feel the vibes.
02. Pharao Black Magic – Happy Kalimba
Here’s a super tasty feel-good tune from our favorite Swiss duo Pharao Black Magic. This new and unreleased track, called “Happy Kalimba”, is now available exclusively as part of our compilation and it will definitely put you in the right mood. We had this track on repeat in our car stereo for the past weeks, while driving around Greece. La.Ga.Sta. is surely happy!
03. Panama – Magic
All the way to Panama. More magic from Sydney-based band Panama, who recently signed to the ever-excellent Future Classic. Their brilliant debut single “Magic” was recorded in LA with Eric Broucek (DFA Records), and it’s now available for free download, courtesy of Future Classic. Expect nothing but pure Magic from Panama in the near future.
04. NTEIBINT – Quincy Bay
Greek talented producer NTEIBINT, aka George Bakalakos, who has already released the great EP “Everybody Knows A Dave” on Bang Gang 12”, he’s now ready to drop his new single “Time” on September 24th via Kitsuné. Until then, here’s his new and unreleased groovy track “Quincy Bay”, specially made for La.Ga.Sta. And yes, it feels so good!
05. Chordashian – Sea Crest
We love Brooklyn’s Chordashian, the duo of Felix Feygin and Michael Banks. Their amazing summery tune “Sea Crest”, taken from the excellent debut EP “Don’t Wait Up”, is now available for free download, courtesy of Mullet Records. Yes, summer is still here!
06. Worst Friends – Neve’s For None (Faux Pas Remix)
Melbourne electronic musician Tim Shiel, Faux Pas, who is also a member of the touring band for Gotye, recently dropped a great collection of his remixes from the last five years (2007-2012). Here we have his blissful rework of NY’s Worst Friends, aka Slow Hands and Tom Croose. It’s simply amazing! Another track exclusively on our compilation.
07. Rolla Scape – Praise Love
We are so excited to share with you a brand new and unreleased track from Rolla Scape, the side-project of our favorite Greek electronic artist K.BHTA. “Praise Love” is a brilliant slow soulful jam. Perfect for a late-night ride. Hop on!
08. Lane 8 – The Voice
Another brand new and unreleased track, this time from rising San Francisco’s producer Lane 8. As you may already know, we dig all his stuff. He was kind enough to offer us exclusively for this compilation a superb track, called “The Voice”, which is quite different from his previous offerings yet it still succeeds in delivering quality tunes. This track uses samples from Susanne Vega’s “Tom’s Diner”.
09. Montevideo – Horses (Discotexas Dub)
It’s time to boogie. Discotexas bosses Moullinex, Xinobi and Mr. Mitsuhirato made a great nine-minute remix of Montevideo first single “Horses”, from their upcoming Joakim-produced debut album, “Personal Space”, due out in September. The dub version of this remix is available now exclusively on our compilation. It will knock your socks off!
10. In Flagranti – Humdrum
In Flagranti need no further introduction. Their excellent track “Humdrum” is taken from the “Dissimilated by Products from In Flagranti” (Volume 2), featuring all released tracks on Juno Download between March and April 2012. It’s now available for free download for the first time, exclusively on our compilation. What a jam!
11. Satin Jackets feat. Eric Cozier – Hollywood (Live Jam Version)
German nu disco producer Tim Bernhardt, aka Satin Jackets made a smooth live jam version of his brilliant laid-back jam, “Hollywood” for our compilation. The track was released a few months ago on his brand new label Glam Jam Artists and features melodic vocals by group member Eric Cozier. Sit back and enjoy!
12. Matthias Zimmermann – Fez
This is such an amazing track from German newcomer Matthias Zimmermann. “Fez” is taken from his debut four-track EP “Isla Dub” on Sound Pellegrino. Great vibes. Stuck on repeat!
13. Charles Murdoch – Ahama
Brisbane-based producer Charles Murdoch is our best-kept secret. He has already produced some tracks under the name Charlie Why and he’s also a member of the band Mitzi. His solo work sounds great. Here is his lush tune “Ahama” that has a dreamy vibe to it. Love at first listen!
14. Mindless Boogie – My Hero (Kid Who Edit)
The closing track on our late summer compilation is a stunning rework of Tina Turner’s “We Don’t Need Another Hero” by the always amazing Kid Who. It was released back in 2010 on Mindless Boogie, but never as a free download until now, courtesy of Smile Recordings. Drive slow.
Shout out to all the artists and labels that contributed to the making of this compilation.
DATE: July 12th, 2012
More goodness from Discotexas. Montevideo’s first single “Horses”, from their upcoming Joakim-produced debut album, gets a disco remix treatment by Parisian wonderkid Zimmer. And it’s free download, so grab yourself a copy and get ready to boogie with us. Below, you can download another perfect remix of the track by Discotexas bosses Moullinex, Xinobi and Mr. Mitsuhirato. Montevideo’s debut album will be released in September. Can’t wait.
DATE: June 1st, 2012
Who wants a fresh cocktail? Portuguese Da Chick, who also happens to be the singer of Discotexas band, offers us a delicious “Cocktail” full of funky vibes. This is the lead single from her debut three-track EP, “Curly Mess”, out today on Discotexas. It’s catchy, fun and addictive. Watch the video, learn the recipe, stream the full release and get drunk with us.
DATE: May 11th, 2012
A.N.D.Y. is on fire. Already familiar with his great remixes for Philosophy Of Sound, The Supermen Lovers, and Jupiter, now it’s time for his debut EP, which was made along with Vicente. The release includes two original tracks “Traffic” and “El Barrio” full of disco vibes, and two perfect remixes by Jay Lamar & Jesse Oliver and The Supermen Lovers. With its blend of disco, funk and 80s synth attitude, this release will be sure to keep you amused while driving, and not only! This is the perfect thing to listen when you’re stuck in a “Traffic” jam. Out now on Discotexas.
In case you missed it, check out A.N.D.Y.’s brand new “Tape Three” here. It’s HOT!
DATE: April 20th, 2012
CATEGORIES: mpFree, News
Pariririririritrititiri…Parirararatatarata…Can’t get enough of Polish duo Rebeka’s first single “Stars” (watch the video here), which drops today on Discotexas. The remix package comes also with a delicious club mix by Mirror People, who produced this track. Give it a spin below, and grab the original version of “Stars” for free. In a word: fun. Enjoy!
DATE: April 7th, 2012
Last week, we featured Brooklyn’s Lou Teti remix of Zimmer’s “Cruisin’”, a first taste of the new six-track EP “Horizontal Disco – Remixes”. Now you can stream the full release, which is quite impressive. It features great reworks, from Zimmer’s amazing debut EP, by Moullinex, Mercury, Xinobi, Moon Boots, and Broke One. It’s the perfect record to warm up the season. Can’t wait to get our hands on the 12”. Fill it up!
DATE: March 16th, 2012
CATEGORIES: mpFree, News
Boom! We can’t think of a better way to start the weekend. We are delighted to premiere the instrumental version of A.N.D.Y.’s (the new solo project from Andy Faisca, ex-Mustang) huge remix for Melbourne’s duo Philosophy Of Sound’s brilliant second single “Freedom, What For?”. This remix will definitely heat up every dancefloor. It’s yours for free. The release is out now on Discotexas. It also features a remix by Tronik Youth. Buy here.
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