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DjHistory.com is a great web resource with many infos, interviews of big disco names and downloads. They decide few times ago to put the lights on Tele Music, a very underground library music label. So apart from some wily collectors no-one ever played these tracks for a dancefloor. The musicians graced some of France’s biggest disco hits, but recording for Tele Music was their chance to really cut loose, including the legendary (and preposterously collectible) album by Arpadys. The men behind Dj History found this and decided to ask some people to work on these sounds. The casting or remixers is just wonderful : Mudd, Faze Action, Toby Tobias, Idjut Boys, Unabombers, Ray Mang and more... Yo can already purchase the digital release in their shop or wait for the vinyl in january.
To tease you a lil' bit, here is the Faze Action's remix, a great disco tool for every dj that make it funky...

Tele Music - Disco Free (Faze Action Edit)


Two young lads


I received this mix some days ago from two guys in Leuven, Belgium : Peter & Adriaan (yes Adriaan with two "a" !). Fine selection between news and classics, open to various styles, exactly what I love !

Peter & Adriaan - November 2008 promo mix

1 - LSB - Locomotion

2 - Bostro Pesopeo - Falls (Hercules & Love Affair Remix)

3 - Mr. Fingers - Waterfalls

4 - Yazoo - Situation (Hercules & Love Affair Remix)

5 - Inner City - Big Fun

6 - Walter Jones - A.I.P. (XLN's Maison Vumbi Edit)

7 - Ferenc - Zambomba

8 - Runaway - Brooklyn Club Jam

9 - Plastique De Rêve - Lost In The City

10 - The Sweat Boyz - Do You Want To Perculate?

11 - The Juan Maclean - The Simple Life (Marcus Worgull Remix)

12 - Solomun - Don't Cry

13 - Sascha Funke - Mango (Tobias Thomas & Superpitcher's Como Mango Version)

14) Directions - Busted Trees (Carl Craig 'Sessions' Remix)

Attention cherie


Ashley Beedle is back and re-launched his famous label Out Hear Audio. The men needs no presentation I think : many 12" under many names (Black Science Orchestra, X-Press 2, Ballistic Brothers etc.), an incredible number of remixes (think Heavy Disco...), cool compilations etc. So the rebirth of his label is a good news and comes at the same time his works under the Black Science Orchestra are reedited. I was quite surprised when I receive the sound cause the first piece of wax is a track by April March. You probably know her cause Quention Tarantino took one of her (beautiful) songs for Deathproof. The lady recorded some beautiful pop Lp's for the french label run by Bertrand Burgalat, Tricatel. The 12" inch to come contains a Heavy disco mix by the boss and two different mixes by The Unabombers. Good job guys ! Long live Out Hear Audio !

April March - Attention cherie (The Unabombers dub vox)


Smoke gets in your eyes...


Down the Bush Records is a young french label that you should follow. Their third release by U-Man came with a remix by Makossa & Megablast which was a dancefloor burner played by Peter Kruder, Laurent Garnier or Osunlade (and me too but you probably don't give a fuck !). We're here for their fourth piece of wax by a totally unknown (for me) guy called Karl Dread. Africa meets Jamaica with a broken beat groove that will make shake your ass...

Karl Dread - Cut dem all


Lost in translation

Here's a very good video using images from Lost in translation (my favourite movie ever) with Sometimes by My Bloody Valentine for the soundtrack. Pure class !