The Weatherall remix initiates with a gentle bounce. The synth lines begin to peak and trough whilst back-drafted guitar riffs ring home around the affected vocal sample that oozes in. A subtle cybernetic atmosphere builds around the melodic rhythm which in turn ebbs and flows through out. It's seeping with that Weatherall magic, making it perfect for any time of night.
After his previous collaborations with Lindstrom et. al. we we're very excited to see what Prins Thomas would conjure up for this remix. Cosmic energy instantly emanates from the mix, giving a lighter vibe to the melodic depth that the Weatherall mix delivered. It boasts slightly more acidic elements that switch the dancefloor mentality from 'steady groover' to 'floor-mover.'
To finish, Luke Solomon provides a weirdo-disco rendition, full of elastic synth work, a bumping house groove and plenty of raw soul. Probably the more energetic of the three, Solomon proves that he deserves his place as Disco House royalty.
First up is title track 'Fly to Sea', reminiscent of 80s era Disco Funk, while still keeping the production nice and fresh.
Next up we have 'Modern Music' which expands down a more cosmic pathway.
The prolific Irregular Disco Workers sign on for remix duties of 'Fly to Sea' taking it on a more dance floor route.
'Sitizen' closes the EP with more cosmic feel-good disco stylings.
'Rusos Theme' is proper Nu Disco, all the parts are right there, catchy vocal hooks, spacey synth lines and Balaeric guitar licks, we dare you not to smile while listening to this.
Pete Herbert delivers a more dance floor oriented version with both Vocal and Dub versions.
To finish off the single Rayko steps up with the aptly titled 'Italo Fitness' a more slo-mo affair, leaning on the italo of yester year.
Keep your eyes open for his album dropping soon!
The Mexican master of disco that is Juan Soto is joining us at Nang Records! Bringing some fresh vibes to the table along with his own unique style, this is a release we can't wait for you to get you funky ears wrapped around.
'Magica Musica Mistica' is a prime culmination of tone and atmospheric roles, opening with the light hearted but intrusive vocal hook youe body is regimented with the cosmic riffs, slowly progressing skyward with the gelling together of the melodic beats with the electro hinged synths, you are left with the chunky square bass line and a great opening single.
Venice Beach have always oozed style and groove with their music, creating funk driven ear twitchers with that Parisian flare of shine and of course their next single does not stray from the path.
Titled 'The Ressless Adventure' the duo have served up three tracks of subtle brilliance. Kicking off the release is 'Kids of the lagoon', this downtempo roller is soaked in bass driven groove and melodic wonder, gentle repetitions and paded out synth riffs culminate in a solid but soothing tone to ease your senses into the release.
The album draws influences from his musical youth right to the present, citing the down tempo output of Cinematic Orchestra and Kruder & Dorfmeister to underground '80s heroes Patrick Cowley and Arthur Russell, right up to a eclectic mix of contemporaries including Clown & Sunset, Gatto Fritto and Todd Terje.
We kick off the record with the title track, a mystifying groover with slinky drums, a bold piano riff and teasing electronics and guitars. A real restrained masterpiece. 'Innerspaceman' is an exercise in Cosmic downtempo brilliance, complete with ethereal vocal harmonies and mad synth runs.