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NYC producer/dj Brenmar treats us to this clubshattering collection of his favorite unreleased remixes.

“I make a lot of edits/bootlegs/remixes for my mixtapes and dj sets so I decided to choose some of my favorite unreleased ones and give them away to the fans and dj’s that have been supportive since the beginning. Some of these are really new and a few are a little older. Enjoy!”


Detroit disco don, Pontchartrain, drops in for global Record Store Day with this dope little 7″ on upstart, motor-city imprint, Rocksteady Disco. Featuring two masterful edits, both chalked full of Pontch’s signature style of combining dubby delays, hard beats and monster bass lines… we get some serious, heart-break dance-floor heat! Hand pressed and stamped in Detroit, individually numbered and with only 500 copies in existence, these bad boys are the perfect addition to any disco loving vinyl fiend.

Buy it HERE.


Cole Medina is a name synonymous with stateside, disco insurgents. His brand of exceptionally laced up reworks, remixes and house cuts are something to always keep tabs on and a sure-fire-bet to light up any dance floor that is keen to shake it’s groove thang. Here, his “Tropical Funk EP” for British imprint, Fly By Night Music is a stellar slice of Caribbean influenced disco that features three cuts from Medina, plus a remix of the title track from Bristol based, ∆dmin.

“Tropical Funk” is an uptempo, timbale-laden heater that harkens to Candido’s “Jingo” with it’s choral chants and relentless horn stabs, but gets a modern update with a funky, Moog bass-line courtesy of Medina. The ∆dmin remix narrows the focus to the harder percussive and brass elements, while b-side opener, “Make Your Body Move,” is a heavy cut, chalk full of all sorts of disco-funk. Wrapping things up on the inside is “Big Pimpin’,” a downtempo cut that is as hazy as “Very Mercenary” era Herbaliser… one for windows-up, El Dorado-hotboxin!

Buy the 12″ HERE.


​Riding the acclaimed release of his original single “Chest,” Chris Lake today shares an explosive edit of Mark Ronson’s hit “Uptown Funk”. Lake keeps the soulfulness of the single, letting Bruno Mars energetic vocals bounce along fat percussion and a bubbling synth lead. The product is a dynamic club weapon fit to throw the dance floor into a frenzy.

Be sure to listen to the track and grab the free download HERE.

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House meets funk in Dutch duo LarryKoek’s new single “Premiere Fois.” This is their first ever original record and “premiere fois” literally translates into “first time” in French. The track is a chill house influenced song with a funky guitar swing courtesy of Eke Schutte.


Mexican boogie maestro, The Funk District has been all over my radar with his groove-laden, scalpel reworks. His first, solo offering comes in the form of the latest release from Denver-based, Hotbox Boogie, with the ‘Get On Down EP.’ Kicking things off is ‘I’m Gonna Get You Baby,’ with it’s uber-classy bass riff and slinky guitars. Following right behind is a loopy take on Cameo’s undisputed boogie classic, ‘Rigor Mortis,’ here transformed into ‘Get On Down’ and highlighting the incomparable, Cameo horn section. On the wrap up, we get ‘Feelin’ Alright,’ a filtered, Moog driven stepper that conjures visions of sunsets in Tulum.



Like a perfect breeze of warm, southern air, Falcon Punch descends from the clouds to bless us with his latest in the form of ‘Donald’s Bird.’ A summery, mid-tempo cut from one of the the funkiest Blue Note albums of the 70′s, Flacon Punch does it justice with his Horizontal Disco update that’s chalk full of beefy drums, sweeping pads and a smooth as silk synth solo. Plenty of wonderful jams are up for gratis grabs on the mans SC page… find it linked above and show some love.


Missy Elliot has had quite the comeback this year after performing in the Super Bowl and everyone seems to be trying to get a piece of the action. Blondtron and Waspy (aka BNW) pays homage to the rap queen with “Missy Madlibs,” an edit of her original track “4 My People.”