Jump on the groove train with this week’s top nu disco picks–it’s time for another installment of Disco Diaries. Happy listening!
Rick James – Mary Jane (Jean Tonique Edit)
The funk is back and so alive in Jean Tonique’s version of Rick James’ 1978 hit, Mary Jane. Grab your free download and be sure to blast this one the next time you encounter a little Mary Jane of your own.
Johnny Stimson – SO. GOOD. (Caleb L’Etoile Remix)
As if Johnny Stimson’s original wasn’t already SO GOOD, DC-based producer Caleb L’Etoile adds just the perfect touch of housey disco in his remix. Grab your free download and enjoy!
Glen Check – I’ve Got This Feeling (Kartell Remix)
As the head of Roche Musique and creator of tracks as contagious as this, Kartell has definitely become a major spearhead in the French house movement. This remix and three more are available for your listening pleasure on the I’ve Got This Feeling EP.
LeMarquis – Bruise
French newcomer LeMarquis proves he’s got major skills in the groove department with this recent release. Not only does he provide the sensationally vibey beat, but he also sings on his original tracks. Support this double threat and download Bruise for free!
September – Are You Free Tonight (Ghosts Of Venice Remix) [Salsoul]
British producer Ghosts of Venice has officially succeeded in reviving September’s classic hit Are You Free Tonight. It was released exclusively on Beatport through Ultra Records’ partner label and leading disco tastemaker, Salsoul Records. This track is a perfect example of a modern-day producer adding the “nu” to a classic disco tune.