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Top 10 Disco Charts > May 2017

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Top 10 Disco Charts > May 2017
Every month the Top 10 Disco Charts will be put online. All the positions determined are based solely on my music taste and therefore differ fundamentally from sales charts on Beatport or Traxsource. Everyone who visits this blog can stream the tracks and submit their like or dislike reaction above. At the end of the year, we will choose the best track under the Disco category. So, share the charts with your friends and support your favorite DJs.

Top 10 Disco Chart > May 2017 — ELECTRO WOW

  1. Dave Gerrard – Love Will Fix It
    The favorite Nu Disco label of the great majority is without doubt, Midnight Riot. They have released a brilliant compilation titled ‘Roller Boogie, Vol 2’, which counts with a total of 21 tracks, but the special one is “Love Will Fix It” by Dave Gerrard. This is a banger that incorporates funky filtered loops that will make you dance all night!
  2. KORT, Jessica Symonds – For You (J Paul Getto Remix)
    For this milestone, Tropical Velvet is pleased to welcome back J Paul Getto who delivers a slamming remix of the first ever release on the label, titled “For You”. The iconic vocals from Jessica Symonds (AKA Jessica Wilde) are framed by trademark disco-funk bass, solid beats & an insistent hook creating a fresh and funky re-work for 2017; a classic re-born.
  3. Hercules & Love Affair – Controller (Tuff City Kids Remix)
    “Controller” marks a welcome return to action for Andy Butler’s Hercules & Love Affair project following a two-year break. This time round, the former DFA man is joined by vocalist Faris Badwan (The Horrors), whose weary, emotion-rich vocals backed by strong harmonies, are a perfect foil for Butler’s chunky backing track.
  4. Alien Disco Sugar – Love Insurance [Strings of Heaven Edit]
    Grecian-in-London Alien Disco Sugar returns with a new EP called ‘Feel So Good’, however, the best track here is the Disco re-edit of Sharon Redd’s “Love Insurance”. Once again the Nu-Disco specialist delivers a refreshing version that will hit the dance floor with full force!
  5. Alien Disco Sugar – Soft Emotion
    Given the frequency and volume of his re-edit releases, it would be quite easy to do a six-hour set entirely made up of Alien Disco Sugar‘s reworks. Certainly, the London-based Grecian is one of the edit scene’s more reliable scalpel fiends, providing tasty rubs of both well-known and long-forgotten fare. The shirts-off Disco silliness of “Soft Emotion” is my favorite track on his latest EP entitled ‘Feel Like I Feel’.
  6. Babert – War (Ivan Jack Remix)
    Babert did a fantastic edit of Kano’s 80s hit “It’s A War”. Somehow the track was prohibited to be commercialized on digital music stores, but I think it deserves to be on the charts, due to the ear-pleasing elements that were added to the funky mix. This is pure magic!
  7. Used Disco – Bad Gir
    Massive vibes are included in this release by Hungarian producers Used Disco. On “Bad Girls”, you’ll listen to a groovy sampling of a classic Donna Summer track,  and should roll over across the dancefloors all over the world.
  8. Matt Astle – Dancer
    Matt Astle
    ‘s “Dancer” is the latest release on Lupara Records. It’s a driven Disco track with a few vocals and mostly instrumental in nature. A perfect blend of Disco, 80s funk and boogie.
  9. Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra feat. Arthur Verocai – Vendetta (Al Kent Mix)
    The Far Out Monster Disco Orchestra is Far Outs in-house Brazilian disco super group. The projects arrangers are the late, great Azymuth maestro Jose Roberto Bertrami and the legendary Arthur Verocai. Al Kent shows he’s a true rhythmic innovator with this mix.
  10. ForgottenFunk – The Way You Get Down
    Infectious Disco beats will put you in the best mood. Enjoy “The Way You Get Down”, a cool re-edit arranged by ForgottenFunk. Here, the Irish producer reinvents this classic funky gem completely by adding new twists to the original.

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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Lana Del Rey Never Sounded Like This! Meet Remix Genius Kuckoo

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Kuckoo Lana Del Rey RemixRemix genius Kuckoo puts his own tweak on Lana Del Rey‘s Pop Ballad hit, “Summertime Sadness.Just imagine how pleasant it can be to hear 80s-tinged synths replacing her dreamy acoustic music. Well, this version satisfies all your dreams as it’s fully loaded with retro components. Considering its upbeat twist, he has transformed “Summertime Sadness” into a Disco gem, plus, he gives it the right energy too.

The independent producer from the UK takes the original melody to new heights, while Lana Del Rey’s unique vocals are left intact. On a side note, the pigeon (mascot) which is part of Kuckoo’s visual identity represents the symbol of peace. In fact, the artist thinks that music can affect the peaceful world positively.

I’m sure you’ll be hearing more about him in 2021. Stay tuned.

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“Crying At The Discotheque,” Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s Newest Hit

The “Murder On The Dancefloor” singer is back with her newest hit, “Crying At The Discotheque”. On this occasion, Sophie Ellis-Bextor releases a music video that looks kinda depressing.

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The “Murder On The Dancefloor” singer is back with her newest hit, “Crying At The Discotheque”. On this occasion, Sophie Ellis-Bextor releases a music video that looks kinda depressing. In the clip, she sings at empty London venues due to the COVID-19 pandemic, however, this cover is 100% dancey as fuck. The original version is sung by Alcazar, one of Sweden’s most successful groups. Obviously, the melody at the background is a sample of Sheila B’s timeless Disco song, “Spacer,” produced by the one and only, Nile Rodgers from Chic. The British diva brings her unique touch to this lovely tune that will make you move your ass and sing all night long. Honestly, I like it so much, that I have added this track to my recent Cycling Playlist 2020. Enjoy it.

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Sick And Tired Of Your Boring Cycling Playlist? Get Funky With This One

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Sadly, the air quality swirls with toxic fumes that inflame your lungs. Stop pollution now and avoid contributing to the problem with this cycling playlist. The healthy activity of riding a bicycle is a proven weight-loss strategy. Naturally, it blasts away at your intra-abdominal adipose tissue. So, if you’re into funky music while exercising, you’ll simply love the way I have curated the greatest Nu-Disco hits of 2020 on Spotify. (Follow this playlist immediately)

Stream Cycling Playlist 2020 – Nu-Disco Hits

Cycling represents a lot of benefits, from enhancing your digestion to making you smarter. In fact, the boost to your cardio-respiratory fitness can result in a 15% spike in mental test scores. Commuters who pedal to work also have a far lower risk of heart disease and early death than even pedestrians. Forget about those urban myths that the cardio benefits of cycling are negated by the fumes you inhale. Recent studies confirm that peddlers are the commuters least exposed to pollution.


With the COVID-19 crisis far from over, now is the time to hit the road on two wheels. There’s no better way to do it by listening to groovy tunes from the likes of Purple Disco Machine, Kylie Minogue, Dimitri From Paris, Horse Meat Disco, and more. Contemporary Disco music will make your journey easier than ever.

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