Parisian duo 3615 Nuits Blanches’ unveiled their debut album ‘About Last Night’ in March. With a sound that’s extremely sexy, the pair have released the video for their current single ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’. Replicating footage from an 80s VHS tape, cosmic background footage and glitter-painted singer Antonine de Pompadou is what you get with these retro-styled clips.
Parisian duo 3615 Nuits Blances may not have the most conventional band name in music but they definitely know how to create some of the sexiest songs. Having released their debut album ‘About Last Night’, the pair have now shared the second single off the LP entitled ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’. The steamy and glitzy electro pop cut is definitely a sensual soundtrack to any hedonistic night which may or may not include dancing. ‘Don’t Wanna Dance’ will get released on May 5 via L.O.V.E. Ltd. Have a listen.
We will always have a sweet spot for nu-disco and funk, and what better way to satisfy our taste buds then a lush new remix by Swedish producer Blende. Working his magic on the Goose single ‘Call Me’, the song is a sexy, poolside rendition of upbeat, synth-styled funk that will also make you want to shake something on the dance floor.
Montreal’s Le Couleur have been releasing loads of records for the past 7 years now. Their sound is a sexy and vibrant taste of nu disco with a glam feel to it that kind of makes you feel all chic and what not. Bringing forth their latest video ‘Premier Contact’, a night club is the setting as characters partake in comical dance threats. Apparently beef doesn’t just happen in the streets, but on the dance floor as well. Check it out. Read more […]
When it comes to the sexy sounds of nu-disco and electro, let’s call it what it is, the French are just good at it. So it should be no surprise that Guillaume Atlan and Stephane Bejean-Lebenson, the Parisian mainstays known as Entschuldigung, are ready to drop a monster of an EP titled ‘Gina’, a classy journey into atmospheric electronica, disco and electro rhythms.
If there is one thing that the French know how to do extremely well is create some of the sexiest music on earth! In the case of Meant Records boss Remain and La dame Noir Records founder Phred Noir, the duo better known as Slow Porn have possibly released the steamiest compilation of the year with their forthcoming work ‘Prise de Vue 1’.
Celebrating 15 years in the business, the crew at the Moonbootique label have enlisted comrade Ante Perry to mix their latest 2-disc compilation ’15 Golden Years of Moonbootique’. Digging in the crates with some of their classic track releases on Disc 1, there are songs by the likes of Bodymovin, Ante Perry & Tube & Berger, Stereofunk and of course Moonbootica. For Disc 2, Perry mixes a selection of current tunes by ulian Wassermann, alentina Black & Less Hate and Curry & Krawall, just to name a few.
Parisian brand Kitsuné will put on their French Kiss Party at Village Underground on February 13th. Acts for the night include Raf Daddy of The 2 Bears, Star Slinger, Kaasi, Pyramid and Cesare. According to the press statement, you can expect a wild night of lasers, balloons and more.To warm everyone up for the event, the label has put together an eclectic playlist of tracks via Spotify. If you’ve ever been to a Kitsuné party, then you know it’ll be a night of fun. Read more […]
What happens when you combine the classic sound of acid with brooding, nu disco? You get the Tuff City Kids remix of the VIMES tune ‘Mind’. Pumping like no one’s business, the mid-tempo rework is quite engaging, making anyone want to slow step up to the person you’re standing next to in a club. The original version of the track is taken from VIMES’ forthcoming LP ‘Nights In Limb’, out February 12th. Have a listen.
Austrailian band Miami Horror may be heroes of the pop/nu disco arena but the Moullinex remix of ‘Cellophane’ enters a realm that’s a tad bit darker. Bellowing with deep, husky bass line as the core, this rework is definitely tailor-made for the afterhours. Stream Moullinex’s down at the bottom. Read more […]