Disco Doubles come back with a new dancefloor bomb: “The Shakes”!
The EP starts with the club mix, an exciting ride on disco electronics base topped with old school arpeggiated synth lines and funky tones of Captain Comatose‘s vocal riffs.
The first remix is entrusted to Hard Ton, the famous italian duo self proclaimed biggest disco queens of the 21st Century. Their version is so close to deep house and some 90s great electronic anthems. A real great work!
The Bear Funk chief Stevie Kotey made the last remix..not need to add more!
We’re pretty sure that this release will shake you as a earthquake!
You know that DJ Rocca is one of our favourite italian producer and DJ.
It’s obvious. He’s very eclectic, he switch from one genre to another with great ease and confidence and his production are always high quality. Have you ever listen to Ajello, Crimea X, Erodiscotique, Rocca & Baldelli?
This time he has produced 3 tracks that reminds at early house tunes and a final psychedelic slow jam session.
Legends to comparison. There was enough for us reading the names The Asphodells (aka Andrew Weatherall & Tim Fairplay) and Daniele Baldelli & Dj Rocca in the same sentence to understand what we were going to listen.
Without any doubt one of the best release of 2013 so far.
The remix is going to be released in the “Ruled By Passion, Destroyed By Lust” Remixes album, on Rotters Golf Club Records on 2nd September.
We can’t wait to have the double LP in our hands!
p.s.: we forgot to say that the album includes remixes by Ivan Smagghe, Justin Robertson, Daniel Avery, Phil Kieran, Richard Sen, Hardway Bros, Scott Fraser.
We follow for a long time Wora Wora Washington. Their productions are characterized by musical quality and originality. They’re one of the best elctronic-rock act in Italy.
We loved so much their last work “Radical Benging” and we were hoping that someone could remix it.
Our wishes have been realized!
It’s out now, in free download, Radical Remix: Four artists revisiting four songs by WORA WORA WASHINGTON.
DOZEN FROZEN – ELECTROBOOGO REMIX
ELECTROBOOGO, he’s one of the duo Gain on Top, he collaborated on several projects and official remixes with Motel Connection, Pink Holy Days, Scarlett Etienne, A Girl with a Gun and many many others. 50% techno and 50% rock’n’roll he played anywhere and luckily he survived.
FLOWING AND FRESH – YOOP REMIX
YOOP is a project started in 2008 by Luca Sammartin. It rose from the ashes of Acidehead, to give continuity to the successful musical path Luca took when he was just a teenager.
Yoop inherits rhythmical sounds from glitch music, and melodies from indie and shoegaze. The style becomes more solid and focused, often nearly dance.
As a first step, Luca works on a series of remixes (Port-Royal, Blume, Edwood, Ensemble, Fabryka, The Tapes) and only at a later stage he’s ready to reveal its first album Levels, published in 2010 by Snowy Peach, a collection of 11 tracks composed between 2006 and 2009.
RADICAL BENDING – BOLOGNA VIOLENTA REMIX
BOLOGNA VIOLENTA is Nicola Manzan’s one-man band, from Treviso, born in 1976, bachelor degree in violin and multi-instrumentalist who over the last few years has dedicated to studio recording and live performances with a lot of Italian bands.
The project starts in 2005, together with the homonymous debut album inspired by 1970s detective movies and since the beginning it has been devoted to violent sounds and nihilism: some kind of cyber-grind with no melody, tighter rhythms, punk-hardcore riffs and synths.
LN – PREEZY BLVCK EDIT
PREEZY, born in 1986, rapper, who at the end of the 90s had a huge crush on hip hop.
After a solo debut in 2006, he collaborated with the producer Nicolò Sambugaro a.k.a.
Oobe on DEFLUO project, when they had the chance to experience a new combination of hip hop and other genres, catching the attention of few listeners.
In October 2012 INFERNO VOX was finally released featuring Wan, Vise e Velo (Coma Familia), where hip hop approaches the dark atmospheres of the witch house.
INFERNO VOX 3012 represent the final chapter of the saga, the summer version of the previous project plus an unreleased track.
Radical Mix it’s available on FREE DOWNLOAD here:
on Bandcamp http://woraworawashington.bandcamp.com/album/radical-remix
and Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/woraworawashington/sets/radical-remix
WORA WORA WASHINGTON are so much grateful to MARCO ANDRIGHETTO for graphics.
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WORA WORA WASHINGTON’S NEXT GIGS
27.07 Bianconiglio – Vittorio V.to TV
08.08 Suoni di Marca w./Boosta DjSet – Treviso
09.08 Sherwood Festival – Mestre VE
22.08 Radio Onda D’Urto Festival – Brescia
23.08 Rock and Rodes – Piateda SO
Brunito is a new project by Pizzico Records chief Billy Bogus. Originally the project was born to be the soundtrack of a TV spot for an important fashion brand, Gaudì.
Relighter is a mix of nervous electronic beats, house music frames, then blossom into funk, italo, disco.
The EP includes three remix: Johnny Paguro with a pressing bassline, live drumming, for a remix that could be done by In Flagranti; BadCRC, a new project by Broke One, realizes a spatial trip, exploring breakbeat and downtempo planets; the end is signed by Billy Bogus itself, he build a bridge connecting disco, dub and techno.
What happens when a legendary DJ as Beppe Loda and a young talented duo as Mushrooms Project meet together?
It’s easy to answer: an EP you must have in your vinyl collection!
Beppe Loda – Mondo Virtuale (Mushrooms Project Virtua Tropik Remix) EP will be out soon for ene records in a limited 12″ vinyl edition.
Beppe Loda is a living legend for italian club culture. He started djing in 1973 at Kinki club in Manerbio, then he became resident of Typhoon in Brescia for 7 years.
He mixed up very different musical genres as new wave, afrobeat, electronic, jazz, fusion and spreads a new style called afro.
Listen to the preview, includes Mushroom Project remix, “Tesoro” original by Beppe Loda and Discosession remix version.
After the success on Tabernacle compilation #2 by Pizzico Records, “The Aftermath” by Johnny Paguro comes back as digital release.
The first one was only in vinyl and in order to the great public’s request, Pizzico Records decides to spread it in digital too.
This release includes the original version by Johnny Paguro, remixes and a brand new track.
DJ Rocca realizes a disco mix so fresh and perfect for the summer incoming.
The other remixes by Tony Tee, Montag The Vil are influenced by deep house sound
The EP ends with a new tune by Johnny Paguro: “Hold On”, a song that remind us to the balearic disco movement.
Listen to the original “The Aftermath” and DJ Rocca’s remix.