New releases on Vinyl - September 2020
DOUBLE DEE FEAT. DANY "FOUND LOVE" (30th Anniversary remixes)
Goody Music Production in collaboration with IRMA Records and GROOVE CULTURE proudly presents DOUBLE DEE feat. DANY’s “FOUND LOVE” (30th anniversary remixes)!
In order to celebrate the special anniversary of the 1990 house classic “Found Love” here’s the special limited edition transparent-yellow vinyl including the original remastered version plus 3 High-Class remixes signed by Dimitri From Paris, David Penn and Micky More & Andy Tee!
Available on limited editon transparent-yellow vinyl.
MR DISC OBSCURE TRACKS VOL.1 (Mr Disc Organization)
Let us introduce to you the Mr. Disc Organization brand new series “Obscure Tracks”, made of essential, stand-out and rare italo and electro tracks straight from the label’s catalogue, remastered and pressed on limited-edition vinyl for the first time ever.
A very diverse array of material in this special “Volume 1” that begs to be explored.
Up first, Moy Boy’s “Notte Divina” (Divine Version), originally released in 1990 and recently spinned by Neapolitan instrumentalists Nu Guinea during their infamous set for Boiler Room at Dekmantel Festival. Jet Set’s “Love Dance” is pure diamond of Italo disco with exquisite vocals to carry you away. So much anticipated and requested.
On Side B, the fizzlin’ electro of 1984 “New York To Moscow” by Jimmy Ross (M.B. Edit), with busy, bristling drums and plenty of cinematic atmosphere plus the instrumental mix of the heavy funky italo jewel “Shame” by Stephany overflowing of tropical attitude coming from 1983. All killer, no filler!
FULLTIME FACTORY VOL. 6 (FullTime Production)
Here’s the sixth exploration so far of the FullTime Production world with four brand new reworks of tracks extracted from our infinite vaults, finally coming into a brand new sparkling life for DJs and Disco fanatics. After the well-received and successful previous five volumes, there’s so much to enjoy throughout this new limited edition 12-inch trip, completely remastered.
On the A-side the Disco supernova Da Lukas brings into the world a boosted rework of the B.B. and Band classic “That Special Magic”. An incredible groovy vertigo that will take the dancers deeper in. Then the Musta remix of the 1982 Ago’s “It Will Never Be” is pure funky! On the flip side Antonello Ferrari and Aldo Bergamasco alias F&B provide a stomping killer nu-disco rendition of Selection’s “Desire”, while C. Da Afro closes the package in big fashion kicking the groove and pathos of the Italo-Disco gem “I’m In love” by Patty Johnson.
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