Nine months after his last outing, long-serving nu-disco producer DJ EQ returns with an expansive EP on regular home Stardust Records. There's plenty to sink your teeth into amongst the six tracks on offer, with the prolific producer flitting between TB-303-fired psychedelic disco chuggers (title track "Acid Disco"), cheery, sun-flecked disco-house ("Soul '64"), high octane, tooled-up and effects-laden takes of well-loved NYC disco classics (the heavyweight "Jinx"), filter-sporting dancefloor cheeriness (the blue-eyed soul/AOR disco bounce of "Paradise (DSYL)" and Tiger & Woods style boogie-house loop jams ("Recovery Waves" and "Aqua Velvet"). In other words, the EP boasts plenty to excite those who operate in the no-man's-land between house and disco.
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