Judging by the stamp on the sticker this got spins at Linna Disco, a popular club in Tampere, Finland.
With the right equipment the morning after is as good as the night before. A pleasant early 80s surprise from the famous 60s Brit band.
Here’s another proof that good music doesn’t have to cost you anything. These 2 tracks are from 2 different dutch 7inches. Great vibes and synth work all the way through! Sorry for the crackling quality on Asphalt. I guess i need another one. maybe 10!
As we know the 90s were all about the 60s, with Pizzicato Five, The Karminsky Brothers, The Fantastic Plastic Machine and all things lounge. This gorgeous groove thing is from 1997.
Brash, excessive, aggressive, flashy, compulsive, humorous, enthusiastic, uninhibited, extravagant, vulgar, funky, thrusting, jazzy, energetic, ostentatious, neurotic, exuberant, dramatic – American disco can be like that. Check it out here. Long versions, of course.
It’s summertime, and many of you have of course already booked your tickets for this years cruiseship vacation. Just make sure you don’t read too many of the stories on Kendall Carver’s website, or watch the movie Death Cruise from 1974, then you’ll be fine. Instead, get warmed up with this one, produced by the crew behind Jumbo.
Two groovy numbers from a British 1974 product promotion record containing – get this disco historians – tracks blended together for wild non stop dancing!
Connecting or disconnecting? Trying to get rid off the ever annoying polar bear loop? Feeling love with the strangers in the night? This ethereal high speed classic offers unfailing support in the quest for a better life (Yugoslavia, 1980).
Let us remember that the ocean covers 71 percent of the Earth’s surface and contains 97 percent of the planet’s water, yet more than 95 percent of the underwater world remains unexplored.
Deep sea expeditions have discovered mysterious objects of unknown origin, as well as entire jungles and huge canyons reaching to uncharted depths.
Here’s music from Edgar Froese’s Aqua, among other sounds of similar submerged nature. Beats, primal rhythms and whispers from the unknown.
We are 30 meters deep, then 60 meters –
Guess what? It’s another one of those records that you’ve tossed aside countless times, while digging at flea markets. With one of the worst band names ever, you are once more forgiven for doing so. But this one is a pretty serious jam and can be picked up for a few cents, just about anytime you feel like it.
There’s absolutely no need for stereos in an Instant Motion Cheetah. But what to listen in the garage when you need to adjust the valves before you can rev it safely to 8000 rpm? Super Dream GT-2000 makes your right foot itch.