Swedish producer Copycat has enjoyed an interesting career to date, first impressing with a series of unlikely bootleg mash-ups and punkish electro tracks before moving on to more serious-minded compositions. Here he pops up on Martin Brodin's MB Disco imprint with a breezy fusion of Balearic piano solos and Moroder-ish electro-disco bottom end. It's simultaneously tough, chunky and impossibly sunny. Fast-rising Brooklyn studio boffin Lou Teti draws out the track's more Balearic elements on a laidback disco rub that seemingly shuffles from the speakers like an old man on smack. Ajello, meanwhile, turns "Disco Thang" into a twinkling acid house/nu-disco crossover.