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30 Apr 13
Played by: Sleazy Mcqueen, Fingerman, Superbreak, The Glue, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Weedyman, Kono Vidovic, Grass Green, Monkey Boots, Vinyladdicted
Review: Whiskey Disco returns with a quartet of blisteringly good reworks from Dead Rose Music Company and Satin Jackets. Dead Rose Music Company open proceedings in style with "Nothin To Ya", a brilliantly low-slung, bass-heavy re-edit-turned-remix of the Jones Girls' "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" that turns the delightful original into a dubbed-out chunk of dancefloor chugginess. The more upbeat "Too Late", based on a lesser-known favourite, is almost as good. Satin Jackets' "The Hustle" provides some looser - but still formidably heavy - dewy-eyed disco-soul thrills, while "I Can See The Light" is more Balearic than a wet, sloppy kiss from a grinning stranger.
04 Jun 12
Played by: DJ Nova (Rodon Fm 95), Slow It Down, Fingerman, Sw, Daniel Lucas, Juno Recommends Disco, Rony Breaker, Sccucci Manucci, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Nhan Solo
Review: The Dikso imprint doffs their collective cap at the current amalgamation of disco and house with a quartet of floor burners on the seventh edition of the Super Sound series, making for a fine 10th release from the label! Mother Recordings boss Nhan Solo opens proceedings with "Supervisor", a finely crafted gem that starts off a bit disco (check that slap bass line son) before mutating into some kind of post Hot Creations house behemoth while you are busy trying to figure out what that vocal sample says. Alongside this Dikso head Daniel Solar teams up with rising talent Huxley and the impressively voiced Miss Bee for "Dancing With Your Heart" which has more than a touch of vintage Moloko about it - do check! Up next Mexican duo Balcazar & Sordo bring the chunky disco/house vibes with the ever present soar of "Stay With Me" while Satin Jackets drops the most overt disco moment on "One More Chance" which is owned by the glistening vocals from Natalie Conway.
14 Apr 11
Played by: Sare Havlicek
29 Jun 11
Played by: Nacho Marco
08 Nov 10
Played by: Alexander Robotnick
21 Mar 11
Played by: Downtown Party Network
25 Feb 13
Played by: Chris Coco, Maurice Aymard, Hot Toddy, J&m Brothers, Jkriv (Deep And Disco/Razor-N-Tape), Cc:disco!, Kono Vidovic
Review: German duo Satin Jackets excel at making the kind of glossy, feelgood fodder that sits somewhere between groovy nu-disco and beach-friendly deep house. Having already impressed, they're now ready to drop arguably their biggest production yet, "You Make Me Feel Good". It's a decidedly Balearic jam, offering spine-tingling vocal samples over a smooth, tactile groove that should sound good at outdoor parties and musical festivals this summer. The package also includes the Deep Mix, a shuffling deep house mix that sounds like a nu-disco era take on the luscious Naked Music sound of the early 2000s. As it's already appearing on big compilations, you can expect it to be massive.
11 Feb 13
13 Jun 11
Played by: Roland Schwarz, Alexander Robotnick, Juno Recommends Disco, Justin Winks (Casio Social Club), Trujillo, Raw Club Radio
Review: Less than a month after the release of the electrofunk-themed "Brand New Day" single, Satin Jackets return with another radio-friendly hit on Mullet. Featuring the smooth vocals of Eric Cozier, "Everywhere I Go" sees the Jackets slip into something more comfortable - string-laden midtempo disco, to be precise. A quick listen to the included instrumental version (our tip) will confirm the quality of the production - all sun-bright pianos, sweeping strings and, most impressively, live beats, bass and guitar. There's also a more laidback bonus cut, "Don't Stop Looking", which offers some slick Balearic groovery for sun-soaked beach bars.
28 May 12
Review: Having popped up on Mullet and House of Disco Records, German nu-disco types Satin Jackets have decided to launch their own label. Naturally, they kick things off with something they've penned themselves, the typically Balearic, synth-heavy "Hollywood". Blessed with a lazy, laidback vocal from Eric Cozier, it sounds a bit like late '80s Pet Shop Boys (think Introspective or Behaviour rather than "It's A Sin") after sharing a fistful of E's and a string of super-strength spliffs with Johnny Marr. Swede Chris Jylkke remixes, emphasizing the Balearic elements on a long, lazy rework that's probably destined to grace a 'Beefa chill out compilation.
24 Oct 11
16 May 11
Review: Having forged a reputation for sprightly nu-disco and quirky synth-pop, Mullet try their hand at something a little deeper. "Brand New Day" from Satin Jackets - another pseudonym for veteran German studio type Tim Bernhardt - does bear some of the Mullet trademarks, such as slick synth bass and electro-funk twiddles. But these largely get lost inside a tightly wrapped take on deep house that owes more to Naked Music or Om than Prelude or West End. Sare Havlicek provides the best remix, a Crazy P-esque fusion of live disco elements and touchy-feely electronics. There's also a neat mix from DATO, which slows the pace for a sensual, cultured vibe.
12 Sep 11
Played by: Justin Winks (Casio Social Club)
23 Jul 12
19 Apr 13
18 Jun 12
Review: You know what you're getting from Germany's Satin Jackets. Offering a breezy take on nu-disco heavily influenced by '80s synth funk, glittery pop and classic piano house, their tracks are fun and accessible, but well produced enough to impress the heads. This single for Pole Position is arguably one of their strongest yet, a touchy-feely, near Balearic chunk of synth-laden disco-pop that should boost their profile no end. The original version - featuring a weary but engaging vocal - is arguably the pick, though Satin Jackets own remix, reminiscent of Regret-era New Order, is also excellent. In summary... summery (you're fired - Ed).
04 Mar 13
Flamingo Drive - "Everytime I Think Of You" (feat Eric Cozier - Satin Jackets remix) - (7:01) 110 BPM
Played by: Jkriv (Deep And Disco/Razor-N-Tape)
01 Oct 12
Played by: DJ Nova (Rodon Fm 95), Rotciv, Low Slung, Peter Edison, The Groovers, Slow It Down, Fingerman, Cbas, Disco Tech, Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Disco, Husky (Random Soul), Pablo Contraband (Disco Deviant), Vermelho, Kerry And Casio, Alessandro Otiz, Kruse & Nuernberg, Shota Tanaka (Beaten Space Probe), Dublin Aunts, Dynamicron (Los Grandes/Our Nights), Monkey Boots, Allen Craig, Felipe Le Conteè
08 Feb 12
Played by: DJ Butcher (Chopshop Music), Visti, Homegroove Project, Peter Edison, Justin Miller, Blacksoul, Mannmade Music, Sean Gormally (Sean And Dev), Mathew Bandy (Souldier), Chris Deepak, Juno Recommends Disco, Claudio Giordano, Sccucci Manucci, Matthew Kyle, Get Down Edits, Nhan Solo
Review: The esteemed Dikso imprint presents the sixth edition of their Super Sound Singles series with quite the all-star continental line up. Representing Portugal is the prolific and magnificent Social Disco Club, whose "You Got To Stay" nestles nicely between house and disco, whilst Kitano's "For The King" plunges deep into the chugging, bass heavy house refrain. Soho 808 are on top form at the moment with appearances on Wurst and Mystery Meat and their return to the Super Sound series is magnificent. "Turning Slow" features the Ditto style vox of Lydia Caesar and present a near flawless contemporary update on the classic disco sound. The excellently named Satin Jackets close this release with aplomb on the twilight tinged "Girl, Forever".
02 Apr 12
Played by: B-Jam, Rotciv, Low Slung, Superbreak, Sw, Venice Beach, Roberto Rodriguez, Juno Recommends Disco, Karim, Sccucci Manucci, Trujillo, Dirty Mckenzie, Touchsoul, The Legendary 1979 Orchestra, Ruben & Ra, Bufi, Heion, Willo, B.g. Baarregaard, Phonique
Review: Since launching last year, disco/house website House of Disco's in-house (sorry) imprint has proved to be a rich source of atmospheric, groove-heavy slo-mo and midtempo tackle. Here they deliver four more sparkling cuts for the dancefloor. The Treatment's "Waves" builds a delightfully touchy-feeling synth-house jam around the groove from Surface's "Falling In Love", while Satin Jackets deliver a cosy, piano house-inspired nu-disco sparkler. Roberto Rodriguez opts for a more Balearic nu-disco feel on "Mustat Varjot", while Debonair turns a familiar disco staple into a rising disco/house banger - all twisted vocal samples, intricate percussion and heavy low-end bounce. Job done.