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Feel The Night
NOLITA 102
17 Feb 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Feel The Night - (4:00) 120 BPM
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Review: When it comes to crafting tasty, radio-friendly disco-pop, Luxxury is a true master. His productions bristle with authentic, disco-era instrumentation, slick vocals, and the kind of hooks that will worm their way into your subconscious and remain there for months afterwards. "Feel The Night", the Los Angeles-based producer's first single of 2017, ticks all of these boxes. It boasts a strong, sing-along chorus, sharp string stabs, and some killer instrumentation from his regular backing band (think rubbery electric bass, hustling Clavinet lines, rich synth chords, and so on). It would have been nice to see the original version accompanied by some tasty, club-friendly dubs and remixes, but they may follow at a later date.
I Need You
NOLITA 104B
19 May 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
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I Need You - (4:08) 125 BPM
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How To Be Good EP
NOLITA 101
16 Dec 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Breathe (Again) - (4:13) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Take It Slow - (6:20) 109 BPM
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What Do Ya Really Want? - (4:53) 96 BPM
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Hold On - (5:30) 111 BPM
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Played by: Down Under Disco
Feel The Night
NOLITA 103
17 Mar 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Feel The Night (Luxxury remix) - (5:34) 122 BPM
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Feel The Night (Ghosts Of Venice remix) - (5:00) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Feel The Night (original mix) - (4:00) 120 BPM
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Feel The Night (instrumental dub) - (3:58) 120 BPM
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Review: When we first reviewed Luxxury's "Feel The Night" back in February, we hailed the original version - a cheery chunk of high-grade disco-pop with sing-along potential - but wondered why there were no remixes or alternate versions. It turns out that the L.A producer was saving them for this expanded reissue. He provides an extended, extra loved-up remix that sits somewhere between tactile nu-disco and vintage Daft Punk, as well as an Instrumental Dub for those who wish to revel in his fine Clavinet, synthesizer and electric bass playing. Best of all, though, is the rework by Ghosts of Venice (AKA producer Lee Dunn), who strips back the synths, instead focusing on the elastic bassline, vocals, and dubbed-out disco drums.
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