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For his sophomore release on Whiskey Disco, Dutch disco boy, Olivier Boogie drops his “I Know You Care EP” and we’ve gotta tell ya…. it’s super hot! Comprised of four tracks, this brand-spankin-new, 12″ slab blurs the line between house and disco re-edits with it’s loopy and ultra-funky cuts. “I Know You Care” is smooth and sweet with a beefed up bottom end while “Come Inside” is a hands-in-the-air, disco explosion of sensuality. On the B-side, “How High” brings a hypnotic bass groove together with lush vibraphone snips and sultry vocals while the closing tune, “Watch Your Step” bumps up the good time vibes with heavy doses of dancefloor swagger. Essential purchase, ya’ll!




Fresh mix for all you Discobelle bunnies straight from the boss man himself, Sleazy McQueen. Based in Orlando, McQueen has been turning up the heat this year with impeccable releases on his flagship imprint, Whiskey Disco, which hosted tunes from Closed Paradise, BG Baarregaard, Andy Ash, Pontchartrain and has forthcoming slabs from Olivier Boogie and Jacques Renault. In addition, we saw the launch of his new outlet, Lovedancing, and his personal works surfacing on the esteemed Editor’s Kutz, Diggin’ Disco Deep and Smokecloud labels.

If all this hasn’t gotten you wet by now, then it’s time for you to stop reading and start jamming to this live, all vinyl set from Sleazy McQueen!




Detroit-based wunderkind, Dustin Alexander, better known by the alias, Pontchartrain, breaks in the freshly minted label, Lovedancing (a new label helmed by Whiskey Disco patriarch, Sleazy McQueen), with it’s debut release, the “Burnin’ EP.” Comprised of three cuts on a lovely 12″ disc, things kick off with the title cut, “Burnin,” a tune aptly titled as it’s sure to set more than a few dancfloors ablaze. Relying on a classic, Gwen McCrae tune as the framework, we get a looped-out, beefed-up version ideal for any club situation. “Huggin'” takes things a little deeper with spacey pads and dub flourishes while the closing number, “Sinnin'” is an epic rework of a jazz classic that transforms the original into pure, peak time euphoria.

Buy the 12″ HERE.



The Editor’s Kutz label drops in for it’s sixth installment of re-edit wizardry with a stout assembly of producers including Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee, Doc Jam, The Silver Rider, Sleazy McQueen and label owner, Vinyladdicted. This 12″ package is pressed up and a minty-cool, opaque vinyl and limited to 300 copies with no intention of a repress or digital release, so snap it up while you can!

We kick things off with Vinyladdicted & Sleazy McQueen’s “Free (From Social Narcotics),” a groove-laden, mid-tempo stepper with a loopy bassline and rich organ riffs. Next up, Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee drop the “Stellar Dub,” a cosmic voyage to the outer reaches of the funkiest known galaxies while on the flipside, The Silver Rider gets steamy and sultry with “Good Luvin’ Baby.” Closing things up is Doc Jam and “In Your Eyes,” another looped out foray into boogie-territory with tons of swagger and booty-bumpin’ gusto.


Buy the 12″ HERE.