Category: MUSIC REVIEWS

Techno, house and disco single and album reviews. Grab some bang upfront and classic sounds.

Ouvrijster – Lazarus. This is a very classy track from Ouvrijster out on Sleazy Beats offshoot Make Believe. Built around a very sexy keyboard line influenced by Patrice Rushen’s 1982 track ‘Remind Me’ the track also has a very bouncy bassline and despite sounding deceptively simple there is loads going on...

Kevin McKay, Landmark – Losing You (Original Mix). Its fairly safe to say that there is something in the water over at Glasgow Underground. Their release schedule of late has been completely packed with some of the best house music on offer anywhere on the planet and quite rightfully they...

DSIDED – Velvet Sky EP Today, the Miami-based trio of DSIDED chipped in their third EP within a year, a romantically yet pretty deep two-tracker called ‘Velvet Sky’.  Singer Emilia Garth compliments the dark and groovy bass-line used on ‘Velvet Sky’ with her soulful voice while producers Ella Romand and...

The Knocks & Captain Cuts – House Party (Oliver Disco Mixx). Oliver has smashed the latest single by The Knocks and Captain Cut’s straight out of the park with an absolute delight of modern disco remix. House Party is a track which emits summer from the warm and funky bassline to the sparkling...

Fouk – Butterfunk EP. Super classy EP from Dutch aces Fouk. The brilliantly titled ‘Organ Freeman’ is Jazzy yet visceral, it’s packed with stabs, organ runs and cool bass whilst all around it the drums perfectly envelope the track keeping it dance floor intact. Butterfunk is deeper and more chilled,...

Folamour – Umami. Hailing from France Folamour has been an artist on a rapid ascent in 2017 and his brand new EP ‘Umami’ on Classic Music could very well be the EP to propel him to the next level of worldwide recognition. Umami is an absolutely mesmerising EP mixing ridiculously...