Spa In Disco is based in the Mallorca Island (The Balearic Islands) and its success is due from all the artists that has been supporting the project from the beginning, such as Fran Deeper, Rayko, Ilya Santana, Dj Rocca, Tad Willy, Joutro Mundo, Hotmood, Rigopolar, Aimes, Mordisco, Freudenthal, Julian Sanza, Kiu D, Pete Herbert, Manuel Costela, Natasha Kitty Katt, HP Vince, Da Lukas, Daniel Monaco, DJ Mark Brickman, Los Charly's Orchestra, Sauco, Disco Feelings, Juan Soto, Future Feelings, Adam Nova, Get Down Edits, and more ...
A lot of artist have visited our home through the years, either as DJs contributing with mixtapes and as producers, bringing their own production and remixes to our label. Thanks to them Spa In Disco is considered as one of Europe´s most emerging labels for disco / nudisco and electronic music, keeping up the hard work day after day with new proposals and releases.
Review: St Petersburg-based producer Pavel Svetlove has built up quite a discography over the past dozen years or so, chalking up releases on the likes of Music Is The Answer, Moiss Music, King Street Sounds and, of course, Spa In Disco, to which label he now returns with a killer single-tracker. If you like your house on the jazzier side, your jazz on the funkier side and your funk on the housier side then you need 'Funny Walking' in your virtual record box: with neatly clipped beats, parping sax, sprightly pianos and some ker-razy wigged-out Hammond action, it's got everything you need to get the party started, and then some.
Review: It's a brave producer indeed who samples, covers or re-edits the mighty Chic, but that clearly didn't deter rising Australian star Charly Angelz, who's used a couple of resung lines from 'Le Freak' as the basis for 'About Disco'. And for that we should be thankful, because with its sinuous funk bassline, jazzy Rhodes licks, luxuriant chords and stabby strings, 'About Disco' is really rather charming. It's worth nothing that, just three years into her production career, Ms Angelz has already chalked up releases on Nervous, Plastik People, HOUPH, Moiss, Delve Deeper and more - impressive stuff!
Review: Space In Disco's latest single-track missive comes courtesy of Old Chap, a confirmed label hopper (and sometime re-edit specialist) with releases on Hot Digits, Masterworks Music, Duchesse and Mois Music to his name. 'Calypso Groove' is an infectious, bass-heavy affair in which tropical-sounding melodic motifs, a one-note piano riff, lo-fi organ licks, warming chords and pots-and-pans percussion rise above an addictive bassline and rolling disco drums. With its extended, groove-based intro and perfectly pitched breakdown, the track not only sounds great in the mix but also does everything you want it to from a dancefloor perspective.
Review: Nu-disco's number one (imaginary) wookiee returns to Spa in Disco with a one-shot missive, 'Discopia'. Beginning with glistening guitar notes and suspenseful synth strings rising above a Giorgio Moroder/Bobby Orlando style bassline, the track is driving and dancefloor-ready but also surprisingly jazzy thanks to the presence of some seriously attractive jazz guitar licks. Throw in some choice vocal snippets, a couple of lovely breakdowns and snappy drum machine percussion that subtly builds in intensity as the track progresses, and you have a gloriously addictive, endlessly entertaining workout that should get plenty of plays during the summer festival season.
Review: Spa in Disco main man and long-serving nu-disco/house fusionist Fran Deeper is in fine form on 'Funky Moment', a mid-tempo affair that more than lives up to the promise of its title. Built around a bubbly, low-slung groove rich in rubbery bass guitar and skittish drum machine percussion, the track comes laden with snaking sax lines, spacey synths and just the right amount of intergalactic intent. Ladies On Mars kicks off the accompanying remix package with a warming, rolling nu-disco revision that adds in some razor-sharp synth strings and a touch more peak-time potential, before rising star Andy Buchan smothers it in crispy disco-funk guitars and even more spacey synth sounds. To round off the EP, Sauco delivers a take that joins the dots between dub disco and revivalist electrofunk.