Florence Italy’s Nassau drops his debut single “Errol Flynn” — a tense, dark Italo-disco-house burner with an instant-classic hook over a driving bassline. Blazing hot disco styling at 120 bpm, Nassau’s Extended Mix goes with anything and is perfect for amping up your disco set when it’s time to get real.
On remix duties, Bottin hits you with a spooky uptempo Italo soundtrack, already a crowd favorite on the DJ’s never-ending European tour. Brooklyn’s Altair Nouveau pulls down some epic piano-drenched art-disco, and Professor LaCroix drops a mid-tempo electro-funk jam like the Gap Band on horse pills. The EP also includes a Club Edit for the shorter attention spans on the floor.
“Errol Flynn” is already receiving world-wide DJ support, garnering spins from Rodion, DJ Rocca, Drilla, Croz, Ground_Control, Monsieur Seb and others. Get the 5-track EP on Beatport October 11, or grab the Digital DJ Pack with 24-bit loops directly from the TBM Records web store. Wide release October 25th.
TBM RECORDS: L.A.-based indie disco label TBM Records launched in 2008 as an alternate-universe side project of seminal L.A. film & art collective Tomorrow’s Brightest Minds.
Started by DJ and graphic designer Dave Simmons on three self-produced 12-inches as Professor LaCroix and a history of highly regarded desert parties and local L.A. events, TBM Records moves forward in 2011 with another wave from Eddie Mars feat. Dr. Midnight, Professor LaCroix feat. Kestrin, and Nassau, with remixes by Bottin, Rodion, Pink Stallone, Altair Nouveau, and BlackLodge.