With Giorgio Moroder, Anabel Englund, SNBRN, and a little bit of French lovin’ on the menu, there’s no doubt that this edition of Disco Diaries will be beyond delectable. Bon appétit!
Joywave – Tongues (Giorgio Moroder Remix)
Just last week, disco forefather Giorgio Moroder announced an upcoming album with A-list collaborators including Britney Spears, Sia, and Matthew Koma, AND released a psychedelic video for the first single, 74 Is The New 24. Just two days later, Moroder put out this golden remix of Joywave’s Tongues, proving yet again that his capabilities exceed far beyond the traditional boundaries of age.
Human Life & Anabel Englund – El Diablo (Original Mix) [Win]
Although “el diablo” means devil in Spanish, this tune is truly heavenly. Both based in the city of angels, producer Human Life and vocalist Anabel Englund first displayed their collaborative strength with Falling in 2013. They have now taken it one step further with the mesmerizing El Diablo. Grab your copy here and be on the lookout for remixes from Adana Twins, Joyce Muniz, Mia Dora, and Hotlane on Dec. 15.
Melanie Martinez – Carousel (SNBRN Remix) [Atlantic]
Although the music market is severely oversaturated with various names for the all-encompassing genre of house music, our friend SNBRN has certainly earned the right to dub his own, which he calls “sunset house.” As odd as it may sound, it paints an accurate picture of the LA-born producer’s ability to blend elements of house, nu disco, and indie dance, as demonstrated by this remix of Melanie Martinez’ Carousel. This jam is available via iTunes here.
Brigitte Bardot – La Madrague (Antis Remix)
I have absolutely no idea what Ms. Bardot is saying, but I do know that this song launched me into the most pleasurable dreamworld upon first listen. Fellow Parisian and exquisite producer Antis polishes the classic original with just a subtle hint of house-y production, and the product only further validates the existence and power of what I like to call the “French touch.” Free download is available here.
Remi Miles – I Want You
Remi Miles is clearly a newcomer to the scene, with just this track on his SoundCloud and minimal personal information floating around the interweb. However, what I can say with confidence is that his debut single I Want You is catchy enough to keep me hooked until the release of the next. If I were you, I’d keep my eyes and ears peeled for that one.