Moscoman: “Eyes Wide Strut” (feat. Wooze) Video

May 16th, 2020

After dropping the singles “Back And Again” and “What Do We Care”, Berlin-based, Israeli-born producer and DJ Chen Moscovici, aka Moscoman, has shared the video for his new single “Eyes Wide Strut”, which finds him teaming up with London alt-pop duo Wooze. Speaking about the track, Moscoman says: “This is inspired by an Israeli song ‘I Don’t Dance When I’m Sad’, for some reason it moved me to create this one, a very climactic tune with super juxtaposed lyrics written by the amazing Wooze boys”.

The track is lifted from his upcoming second album “Time Slips Away”, set to drop on n August 7th via Moshi Moshi. The 12-track record, which follows 2016’s debut LP “A Shot In The Light”, was inspired by the highs and lows of his touring life. Pre-order it here.

Visuals by Damian Hale.

Moscoman: “What Do We Care” (feat. Tom Sanders) [Gerd Janson Remix]

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#YouAreNotAlone: Moscoman

April 23rd, 2020

#YouAreNotAlone: With the current circumstances and the weird, turbulent times all over the globe, we asked our friends to choose a favourite album or a track for these isolated days, and share it with us along with a photo. An album a day keeps the bad vibes away. Stay safe.

Today our beloved Berlin-based producer Chen Moscovici, aka Moscoman, shares with us one of his favorite records to listen during the isolation, John Coltrane’s timeless masterpiece “Giant Steps”.

“I love ‘Giant Steps’ album and especially the title tune because it follows alternating modulations of major third and augmented fifth intervals. I love listening to it because I could never do something like this. I don’t have the brain capacity for it or 5% of his talent and it reminds me that there are always things bigger than me and us and powers beyond our control, so just go with the flow.”

Moscoman: “What Do We Care” feat. Tom Sanders (Teleman)


“This is the first song me and Gerd want to hear once we can all go clubbing again!”

Running Back head honcho and Tuff City Kids member Gerd Janson delivers a majestic club-ready remix of “What Do We Care”, the latest single by Berlin-based producer Chen Moscovici, aka Moscoman. Featuring vocals from Teleman frontman Tom Sanders, the infectious track is is lifted from Moscoman’s upcoming second album, “Time Slips Away”. The record, which follows 2016’s debut LP “A Shot In The Light” on ESP Institute, was inspired by the highs and lows of his touring life. For the visuals of Gerd Janson’s remix, Moscoman has teamed up once again with artist Damien Hale.

The “Time Slips Away” LP will finally arrive on August 7th via Moshi Moshi. Get yourself a copy of Gerd Janson remix of “What Do We Care” here and pre-order the album here.

Moscoman: “Back And Again”

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Moscoman: “What Do We Care” feat. Tom Sanders (Teleman) Video

February 27th, 2020

After dropping the track “Back And Again” just two weeks ago, Berlin-based producer Chen Moscovici, aka Moscoman, is already back with his infectious new single “What Do We Care”, featuring Teleman frontman Tom Sanders. The single comes hand-in-hand with a cool video by visual artist Damien Hale, which you can watch above.

The track “What Do We Care” is lifted from Moscoman’s long-awaited second LP, “Time Slips Away”, which follows 2016’s excellent debut LP “A Shot In The Light” on ESP Institute. The new 12-track record shows Moscoman stay true to his roots, while exploring new sonic textures with more direct themes. It also sees him collaborate with artists Tom Teleman, Vanity Fairy, Wooze, Niki Kini and Nuphar.

Speaking about the album, Moscoman says: “The best way to describe the album overall is a feeling of ‘happy sad’. It’s inspired by the highs and lows of my touring life–the amazing gigs, the shitty ones, the opportunity to see the world vs the crazy traveling schedules and lack of sleep.”

The “Time Slips Away” LP arrives on June 19th via Moshi Moshi. Pre-order it here.

Moscoman – Play No Game (feat. Mo Rayon)

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Moscoman: “Back And Again”

February 17th, 2020

Freshly signed to Moshi Moshi Records, our beloved Berlin-based Chen Mosco, aka Moscoman, returns to our station with his great new track “Back And Again”, which follows his recent quality releases on Because, Disco Halal and Life & Death. Speaking about the track, Moscoman says: “‘Back And Again’ is the tune I always wanted to play out. When I perform, I’m trying to bring people to towards me, physically and emotionally. It makes me very insecure, I just want them to feel some more.” Watch the trippy video for “Back And Again” above.

The single “Back And Again” is out now. Get it here.

Moscoman – Play No Game (feat. Mo Rayon)


[Premiere] Mount Kismet: “Teenage Fantasy” (feat. C.A.R.) Video

December 18th, 2019

Based between Berlin and London, Mount Kismet, a production trio comprising Andrew Claristidge, Douglas Pisterman and Henning Specht, recently dropped their finely crafted debut album, entitied “Warmer Lanes”, via Moscoman’s Disco Halal imprint. Strung together by the dark, alluring vocals of French-Canadian artist C.A.R., the record’s first single “Teenage Fantasy” combines sparse, synth-driven cold wave with the kind of Middle Eastern electronic elements that have become synonymous with Disco Halal.

Today, we are excited to premiere the suitable music video for Mount Kismet’s “Teenage Fantasy”. The trippy clip, starring Lucia Muslera, was directed by Alex Heyoka, and produced by Yoka Music Pro and Sound Fixion Trips. Watch it above, exclusively on La.Ga.Sta.

The “Warmer Lanes” LP is out now on Disco Halal. Buy it here.

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March 20th, 2018

New label, new compilation, new adventures…

Excting news! After reaching volume 7, LAGASTA’s “Late Summer” compilation series has now become a trademark for the ending of summer. Featuring some of the finest tracks of the year, the compilation is packed with sun-kissed, groove-filled tunes that provide you with a never-ending summer feeling. Fueling many blissful joyrides at no cost and free download as always.

Now, LAGASTA is proud to present something new and special in the form of a double-vinyl album. A tangible compilation series, entitled “Last Gas Station”, which is compiled with only exclusive tracks. The first “Last Gas Station” compilation features 12 new tracks and aims to showcase artists that the site has followed for many years, as well as promising talents to keep an eye on. It also marks the launch of our exciting new label, LAGASTA Records.

The collection’s opening track is a sunshine-filled slice of daytime disco from LA’s duo Poolside recent album “Heat”, which is remix by Baio, aka Vampire Weekend’s bassist Chris Baio. Next one is Crew Love’s David Marston, who teams up with Dan Izco for a blissful ride. Mexico’s finest Zombies in Miami deliver a dancefloor odyssey in the form of “Temple of Love”, while Italian duo Marvin & Guy drop an epic slow-burner called “Asbek”.

DFA’s Greek mastermind Larry Gus never ceases to amaze us with yet another example of what he does best, followed by “Charlie Rose”, a classy, club-ready track from Brooklyn’s duo Vito & Druzzi, aka Vito Roccoforte and Gabriel “Druzzi” Andruzzi, best known for being the drummer and multi-instrumentalist of DFA’s The Rapture. Next up, Adelaide-based producer James Curd and Turbotito, aka Los Angeles producer Filip Nikolic of Poolside, have joined forces once again for a new collaborative tune “Lost” filled with warm grooves and melancholic synths, followed by our favorite NY unstoppable disco funkers Midnight Magic with their infectious track “Through The Motions” of pure disco glory.

Woolfy Vs Projections, the duo of California-based musicians Simon “Woolfy” James and Dan Hastie, keep the summer vibes going with their track “Your Past Behind”, a quality example of the signature sound. Disco Halal’s Moscoman teams up with MoRayon for an extra dose of lush vibes on “Play No Game”. LA’s Daniel T. takes us for a ride with “Moonlight Bounce”, a perfectly crafted tune full of melodic soundscapes, while Peaking Lights Acid Test, the live instrumental disco project of APC (Aaron Coyes of Peaking Lights) closes the compilation in the best way possible with a gorgeous slice of synth rhythm heaven.


Side A
Poolside – And The Sea (Baio’s 305 Vibes Version)
David Marston & Dan Izco – In My Eyes (feat. Novelty Daughter)
Zombies in Miami – Temple Of Love

Side B
Marvin & Guy – Asbek
Larry Gus – 4 Fran Ten
Vito & Druzzi – Octavia Butler

Side C
Turbotito & James Curd – Lost
Midnight Magic – Through The Motions
Woolfy VS Projectios – Your Past Behind

Side D
Moscoman – Play No Game (feat. Mo Rayon)
Daniel T. – Moonlight Bounce
PLSD Peaking Lights Acid Test – Jungle Dancing

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La.Ga.Sta. Late Summer Compilation Vol. 7

August 28th, 2017

Here we go again! We’re psyched to bring you the seventh installment of our ongoing “Late Summer” compilation series. As always, the new “Late Summer” compilation is filled with the warmth of those long summer days and sun-kissed vibes of our own road trips.

The new collection features lots of exclusive tracks, including DJ Tennis’ killer remix of The Juan MacLean’s new single “The Brighter The Light” on DFA Records, Yuksek’s previously unreleased edit of “Can’t Stop”, Rabo & Snob’s great new track “Zeshto”, Daniel T.’s blissful edit of Marine Girls’ “A Different Light”, Private Agenda’s brilliant new track “Texture”, and a Brazilian disco-flavored rework of “Bicho Ruim” by Fatnotronic and Joutro Mundo. It also includes much-loved gems available as a free download for the first time, including Holy Ghost! x Cooper Saver, Banks x Poolside’s Turbotito, Soul Clap x Eli Escobar, STATUE x Moscoman, Tenskane’s new side project Gemini Rising, Formation x Mall Grab, and – last but certainly not least – Tiger & Woods. It’s yours for FREE.

The 14-track compilation is a fine selection of different sounds and different flavors that will soundtrack your blissful rides and fuel you with a never-ending summer feeling wherever you are. Shout out to all the artists and labels for making it happen. It’s going be a ride to remember, and one we hope you’ll enjoy as much as we do. Ride with us.

DOWNLOAD: La.Ga.Sta.’s Late Summer Compilation Vol. 7 HERE for the price of an e-mail.


01. The Salsoul Orchesta – Ooh I Love It (Love Break) (Dimitri From Paris Reprise Re-Touch)

What a better way to open La.Ga.Sta.’s compilation Vol. 7 than with a top-notch edit from our beloved French disco-house veteran Dimitri From Paris. Originally released in 2015 as a Japan-only 7inch exclusive on the iconic label Salsoul Records, his edit of The Salsoul Orchesta’s classic “Ooh I Love It (Love Break)” is now available for digital free download for first time ever. A must have!

02. Yuksek – Can’t Stop (Edit)

French electro maverick and Partyfine label founder Yuksek, purveyor of all things post-disco, house and pop, takes us straight to the dancefloor with his previously unreleased killer rework of Sylvester’s classic “Can’t Stop Dancing”. Yuksek’s rework “Can’t Stop” in his own trademark style is absolute fire. It’s now yours for absolutely free, exclusively on our compilation.

03. The Juan MacLean – The Brighter The Light (DJ Tennis Remix)

DFA stalwart The Juan MacLean has a new single on the way, called “The Brighter The Light”, and it’s a great one. Before it drops, we are honored to have as an exclusive free download our favorite remix of the track by Italian producer and Life And Death founder Manfredi Romano, aka DJ Tennis. In his capable hands, the original track is transformed into an eight-minute epic ride. Pure class. You can download this remix for free, courtesy of DFA.

04. Banks – Trainwreck (Turbotito Dub Reggae Remix)

Known for his work as one half of daytime disco duo Poolside, LA-based producer Filip Nikolic, aka Turbotito, keeps the summer vibes going on with his sun-drenched dub “Reggae” remix of “Trainwreck” by California singer Banks, a track taken from her recent second album “The Altar”. This superb dub version is pure summer vibes. What’s not to love?

05. Rabo & Snob – Zeshto

We’ve been following Tel Aviv-based veteran discoteers Rabo & Snob for a good while now, and it’s safe to say that the prolific duo of Ronen Sabo and Eyal Rob have never cease to amaze us. Specially made for our new compilation, the duo’s gorgeous new track “Zeshto” is yet another quality example of Rabo & Snob doing what they do best. This one will get some serious rotations on our car stereo. What a ride!

06. Soul Clap feat. Ebony Houston – Numb (Eli Escobar Dub)

New York house veteran Eli Escobar works his magic once again on “Numb”, the Ebony Houston-featuring funky tune from Boston’s finest Soul Clap. His dub version of “Numb”, one of the standout tracks from the duo’s recent second self-titled album, is pure dancefloor brilliance. That’s the way we like it.

07. Holy Ghost! – Crime Cutz (Cooper Saver Remix)

Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Cooper Saver, known for throwing the Far Away parties, mixtape series, and radio show on Dublab, delivers a groovy and funky disco-influenced remix of “Crime Cutz” by Holy Ghost!, the Brooklyn-based synth-dance duo of Alex Frankel and Nick Millhiser. The original seven-minute funky disco tune is lifted from the duo’s superb EP of the same name, released last year via DFA. The remix, which was previously used as a promo-only remix online, is finally available for you to keep.

08. STATUE – Monument (Moscoman Remix)

Tel Aviv’s enfant terrible Moscoman turns his hand to “Monument”, a great tune from Melbourne’s live percussion-based dance project STATUE, the brainchild of drummer Tom Gould. The result is a percussive dancefloor odyssey. Taken from Statue’s recent four-track EP on Cut Copy’s Cutters Records.

09. Formation – Pleasure (Mall Grab Remix)

Here’s something special from Mall Grab. The Australian producer Jordon Alexander adds an extra dose of lush vibes in his sublime take on “Pleasure” by rising London quintet Formation. You can grab a copy of his remix of “Pleasure”, courtesy of Meno Records/Warner Bros.

10. Gemini Rising – Sunrise Boulevard

Let’s take a ride with “Sunrise Boulevard”, a brilliant track from Gemini Rising, a new side-project of German producer Tensnake with frequent vocal collaborator Fiora and producer Lester Mendez. Taken from their recent self-titled debut EP, a four-tracker of ’80s synth pop goodness. Just perfect for driving down the Pacific Coast Highway with the windows down.

11. Private Agenda – Texture

Our beloved Berlin disco/balearic outfit Private Agenda was kind enough to contribute to our compilation a brand-new track, entitled “Texture”, and it’s nothing short of pure brilliance. This delicious disco-infused pop tune is Private Agenda at their best! You can download this track, exclusively on our compilation.

12. Fatnotronic & Joutro Mundo – Bicho Ruim (Rework)

Tropical disco grooves from Brazil with love. Fatnotronic and Jonas Rocha, aka Joutro Mundo, two of Brazil’s major disco forces, have teamed up once again to deliver a previously unreleased rework of “Bicho Ruim”, a Brazilian disco-flavored tune that’s guaranteed to light up the dancefloor. Another great exclusive track on our new compilation.

13. Kraak & Smaak feat. Ivar – Way Back Home (Tiger & Woods Remix)

A classy remix from Tiger & Woods. The Italian disco maestros have worked their magic on Kraak & Smaak’s track “Way Back Home”, featuring yearning soul vocals from the trio’s live band singer Ivar. The remix is lifted from Kraak & Smaak’s “Way Back Home” EP on Brooklyn’s label Razor-N-Tape.

14. Marine Girls – A Different Light (Daniel T. Edit)

Los Angeles-based producer/Dj and all round cool guy Daniel T. strikes gold with his hazy, blissful rework of Marine Girls’ “A Different Light”, specially made for our compilation. On his perfectly crafted rework, Daniel T. creates a nostalgic mood for all those special moments of a summer gone by.

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Anoraak: “Odds Are Good”

May 6th, 2015

It’s certainly been quite some time since we last heard from Anoraak, the brainchild of French producer/singer Frédéric Rivière. But now he’s back with a brand-new track called “Odds Are Good”, a perfectly crafted tune that finds him in dreamy form and oozes synth-pop goodness. “Odds Are Good” is the opening track from Eskimo Recordings’ superb new compilation “The Orange Collection”, the fourth installment of its ongoing series based around colours. The 13-track compilation collects new and unheard material from Marvin & Guy, NTEIBINT, Horixon, and Majestique, and more. It also features Du Tonc’s “Animals”, This Soft Machine’s “On & On”, and Moscoman’s “Fernandez”.

“The Orange Collection” is out now digitally via Eskimo Recordings. Get it here.

Eskimo Recordings presents: The Green Collection

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Moscoman: “Fernandez”

February 24th, 2015

Having already wowed us with his “Dark Horse” EP, filled with darkly sensual, slow-burning disco grooves, released last year on Cosmo Vitelli’s label I’m a Cliché, Israeli-born, Belrin-based producer/DJ Moscoman returns to our station with his debut release on Eskimo Recordings. His new single, “Fernandez”, a perfectly crafted tune with a serious spaghetti-western vibe to it , is another quality example of Moscoman’s style. We love it.

The single “Fernandez” is out now via Eskimo Recordings. Buy it here.

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