Disco Technic XL

Picture: Erin and Tara

The other day I did a one-hour guest mix for Straightline on National Prison Radio, called 'Disco Technic', which was a joy to do!

This is the first unaired part of the mix. It ends with Stan Smith, who started my mix on Straightline. The track is from the fifth part of The Boogie Serie, out on Tokyo Dawn Records. The record is building bridges between classic electro, hip hop and house. The series offers neon synths, soul chords, vocoders and robot funk from Shanghai, San Francisco, Munich and beyond. Highlights from the company's latest album and remix projects are featured, including artists like Opolopo, SoulParlor, Positive Flow, Reggie B, Amalia, Pugs Atomz and Stan Smith. Guest artists include Slave mastermind Steve Arrington, previously sampled by the likes of Snoop Dogg, N.W.A. and Jay-Z.



Yarbrough & Peoples – Heartbeats (1983)
Southroad Connection – Something Special (1980)
Platinum Hook – What You Want (1983)
The Gap Band – I Owe It To Myself (1985)
Kleeer – You Did It Again (1984)
Soulpersona & Princess Freesia – You Did It Again (2012)
Viceroy Feat. Gavin Turek – Fade Out (2016)
Delegation – Oh Honey [Poolside Edit] (1978/2016)
The Sweethearts – You’re Wearing Me Out (1985)
Bar-Kays – Open Your Heart (1980)
Myth Michaels – Push It (1980)
Major Harris ‎– Gotta Make Up Your Mind (1984)
Nicci Gable – Close To Who (1986)
Cameo ‎– Single Life (1985)
Vanessa Holmes & Chicago Night Life – Take My Love (1985)
Afrika Bambaataa & Soulsonic Force ‎– Looking For The Perfect Beat (1983)
Stan Smith – Disco Technic (2012)


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