Aug 17, 2015
Disco Diaries 75
exclusive
KANT - Nightcall [Black Butter]
Vanilla Ace & Adam Baum - True Confession [Enormous Tunes]
Blonde feat. Mar - All Night [Eton Messy]
Miami Horror feat. Aaron Miller & Gavin Turek - Cellophane (So Cruel) [Haven Sounds /Dine Alone]
Le P feat. Leland - Beam Me Up [Vitalic Noise]

Yes, we realize it’s Monday and the photo above is a major tease, but hey, we can pretend, can’t we? Get down with KANT, Blonde, Miami Horror, and more in today’s anti-Monday Disco Diaries playlist.

KANT – Nightcall [Black Butter]
“KANT” means edge in Danish, and that’s exactly what this Copenhagen-based producer embodies. Nightcall falls perfectly into the Black Butter Records sphere, with soulful vocals and smooth production to back it up. Grab your copy via Beatport here, and be sure to have this one in queue for your next nightcall.

Vanilla Ace & Adam Baum – True Confession [Enormous Tunes]
London’s Vanilla Ace recently teamed up with Pennsylvania-bred producer Adam Baum to create not one, but two tasty disco house treats for us to bob to. True Confession and Nobody came together to form Enormous Tunes’ Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy EP right in time for the tail end of summer. Pick it up here.

Blonde feat. Mar – All Night [Eton Messy]
After bringing us I Loved You and All Cried Out, two of the most memorable house hits of the year, it’s clear that Blonde knows what they’re doing. All Night is a bit more chilled out and sensual than the UK duo’s past releases, but we love it all the same. This single is the first from Blonde’s 2015 Elton Messy compilation, available via iTunes here.

Miami Horror feat. Aaron Miller & Gavin Turek – Cellophane (So Cruel) [Haven Sounds / Dine Alone]
Technically, this song was already featured on Cleopold’s curated Disco Diaries playlist a couple weeks back, but it’s so addictive that it deserves a second appearance. Aussie legends Miami Horror have worked their groovy magic yet again, this time with the help of Aaron Miller and Gavin Turek. This one can be found on the band’s All Possible Futures album here.

Le P feat. Leland – Beam Me Up [Vitalic Noise]
With one catchy tune after another, Norwegian producer Le P is taking major strides up the nu disco/tropical house ranks. His latest features LA-based Leland, whose retro vocals happened to grace last week’s Disco Diaries feature with Keljet. Pick up the single via iTunes here.