Jul
30
2013
0

Possesion

2098347063976Max-B – Possesion

Spain, 1978.

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Jul
29
2013
1

Folk Resurection

frThe Free Cats – Folk Resurction

Psyched sounds from the b-side of Le Chat (France, 1970s).

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Jul
25
2013
0

Women Of Ireland

worRosebud – Women Of Ireland

Psyched 7″ from France (1976) works perfectly as an opening title when trying to get in touch with the unexplainable self.

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Jul
15
2013
1

Black Safari

black safariMagical Ring – Black Safari

Cosmic safari disco classic from France (1977).

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Jul
08
2013
1

Naya Nasha

naya

The Overfitting DVD of the month. See the gradual degradation of Reena, the daughter of an elegant socialite mother and a wealthy businessman, after she gets sucked into the world of student demonstrations on the campus. The first steps down are the daring miniskirts and her introduction to the world of sitar-tinged go-go music. Then it’s all the way to the bottom with alcohol drinking and smoking of haschish cigarettes. Completely hooked on depraved night club lifestyle and unable to stop popping pills she soon finds herself pregnant, and immediately gives birth to a strange, plastic doll-like creature. Where will this end and can Reena be saved?

Naya Nasha ( 1973) contains endless talking head scenes of people going on about issues that have nothing to do with the narrative itself. Yet, when the club scenes arrive all is forgiven as rarely if ever has anything like that been put on film. People roll on the floor in drug-induced ecstasy as the camera throbs and tilts insanely. Somewhat surprisingly the the dvd is technically brilliant and the over the top mariobavaesque colors really sear the retinas. Check out the bad quality sample below example from the early stages of Reena’s seduction.

The music contains a great snippet of what sounds like a Santana tune:

Naya Nasha

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Jul
01
2013
0

Bumble Bee

bumble beeLily Roxy – Bumble Bee

Lo-Fi beach disco greatness from Italy (1979). This was a must have 7″ few years ago and still sounds absolutely irresistable.

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Jun
29
2013
0

Give Me Love

give me loveMarian Stockley – Give Me Love Instrumental

Define normal… A rare instrumental version of a Bollywood classic (India, 1985).

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Jun
16
2013
0

Krishna Dharti Pe Aaja Too

Disco Dancer KrishnaNandu Bhende & Chorus – Krishna Dharti Pe Aaja Too

Forget the obvious Disco Dancer, play this one instead (India, 1982).

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Jun
04
2013
1

I Feel Love

loveUsha – I Feel Love

Usha feeling love with wah-wahs at a breathtaking pace (India, 1978).

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May
27
2013
1

Petite Sieste

lehmitzGoom – Petite Sieste

Unexplainable club music.

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May
24
2013
3

Good Morning

good morningGoom – Good Morning

It’s 6.52 here in Turku. Feels like a good morning to live a happier day. The soundtrack provided by Goom (France, 197s) wakes up at 33 +8. Sorry for the obvious picture, it will be replaced with more impressive image as soon as one walks into my eyes.

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May
04
2013
0

Disconnection

disconnection pictureJeffersons – Disconnection

The b-side of Sexy Nature (France, 1970s).

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May
02
2013
0

Eros Never Stops Dreaming

sleeping psycheDrahcir Ztiworoh – Eros Never Stops Dreaming

In the picture: Psyche at sleep… The myth of Psyche and Eros is way too complicated to be explained in here. To find it out check your library, go to therapy or get a life. The track obviously is not disco, but sure is a great opener to your next psychedelic disco set (France, 1981).

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May
01
2013
0

Discotheque Music

Discotheque MusicBappi Lahiri – Discotheque Music

“Dance first. Think later. It’s the natural order of things.”  Was it really Samuel Beckett, who said that. Bappi Lahiri sure had understood the phrase with this blazing tune (India, 1978).

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Apr
18
2013
0

Horror

horrorLa Quinta Strada – Horror

Unsurprisingly this psychedelic bonfire madness comes from Italy (1975).

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Apr
04
2013
0

O.V.N.I.

Zaïno – O.V.N.I.

I want to believe and Zaïno offers a perfect soundtrack for the trip (France, 1976).

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Mar
13
2013
2

Love Me Baby

Anette – Love Me Baby

One of my all time favourite Indian disco takes.

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Mar
12
2013
0

Be Quite

Yan Tregger – Be Quite

Ce n’est qu’une face de détente pour une mise en condition. Issue directement des dernières études de Musicothérapie dont Yan Tregger est l’un des spécialistes. Vous vous concentrez sur les rythmes de la musique jusqu’à ne plus entendre les paroles: jusqu’à ce que celles-ci ne soient plus qu’un instrument supplémentaire à l’orchestre.

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Mar
12
2013
0

Psych-Out Disco vol.5

Trinity – Wild Cat

More and more seductive disco sounds like this can be heard at the next Psych-Out Disco party on Saturday the 16th of March at Dynamo, Turku. Your Overfitting Disco-jockeys Jussi and Anssi will be playing their latest discoveries from midnight until late.

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Mar
11
2013
0

Jungle Child

jcpJerry Mantron & The Supersonic Band – Jungle Child

Psychedelic disco gem with all the right ingredients (Italy, 1976).

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