LessThan3 believes in equality for all of the Earth’s magnificent creatures. We featured the Disco Cat early on in Disco Diaries history, so this week called for the ultimate Disco Dog. If you think his swag levels are high, just check out the suave selection of beats below.
KHAI – Do You Go Up [Octal Sound]
KHAI is relatively fresh on the music scene, but one spin of this smooth, slow-burning piece tells us the young writer/producer is destined for stardom. His If You EP, which contains Do You Go Up plus four unreleased tracks, is due Oct. 16. Pre-order available here.
LeMarquis – Holding Me, Touching Me
After his edit of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life was crowned one of LessThan3‘s Top 15 Nu Disco Tracks of 2014, French producer/DJ LeMarquis has been on a consistent high throughout the year. In his latest jam, he channels 1997 Nas vibes to create yet another contemporary nu disco treasure. Grab your free download here.
Siren – A/Way
For me, this song conjures up images of a dramatic love triangle, an intense confrontation on a smoke-filled ’70s dancefloor, and a bittersweet heartbreak to end the scene. What does it do for you? Indulge in more by up-and-coming NYC duo Siren here.
Life on Planets – Cold Front (FSQ Funkadelic Dub with Billy Bass Nelson) [Soul Clap]
If you’re interested in disco history or fascinating stories in general, please refer to the SoundCloud description about how this gem came together. Otherwise, just press play for nine minutes of quality Soul Clap-induced funk. Join Crew Love for access to this track plus so much more.
The Aston Shuffle feat. Max Marshall – Don’t Let Go [Aston Shuffle]
Our friends from down under never fail to deploy the most excellent fusion of house and disco that somehow thrives during the day, at night, and every occasion in between. To our Los Angeles groovers–don’t miss them alongside Autograf and Robosonic on Sept. 17 at Sound Nightclub. To everyone else–purchase your copy of Don’t Let Go here.