Danny Darrow is coming up with a fierce and uptempo disco shaker, which is easily breaking the ten minutes mark. Nice synth workouts and heavy drumbreaks included. For euphoric dancefloors and avid telephone lovers!
Funky, positive and suntanned Disco from Sweden with a great sense of humour. The a-side of this record is called U.F.B., which means Unidentified Flying Banana. Seems like bananas were the main inspiration source for those guys from Electric Banana Band. As it comes to the music, it's always big fun to listen to this record. I should upload U.F.B. too! Note: This is the 12inch Version!
Great german private disco for the private collector. Starts with a monumental intro followed by classic beats and Zappa-ish vocals, ending with cosmic starflights. Taken from the 1979 krautrocky LP on Autobahn. Produced and arranged by Rainer Pietsh.
I was kindly invited by the Kong crew from Munich to play at their weekly "Do We Do" gathering on Thursdays. This will be a beginning of a series maybe, with bleepgeeks dj's taking place at Kong. Not sure yet what the content of my record bag will look like but things slowly start to devise as i was lucky to get hands on a few new old records lately, from all over the place. That is and always will be(at least for me) one of the biggest fun parts of deejaying. Selecting records and music for different occasions. Head and hands start working and various records from various places initiate bridges and routes, triggering new ideas with joy and anticipation. The Kong route will surely be warm and wealthy. I've been there once and felt good vibes over there, so i'm just looking forward to work the floor and see some Munich friends! Oh, we were talking music, right!? This just found the way to my record box, a long-term personal favourite on mine:
We got mail from Fried Tofu Headquarters! No, there wasn't any Tofu wrapped in but very good news from the release corner. The faithfully conducted vinyl only label is based around the idea of creating dedicated edits from well known and obscure disco/funk tunes without walking right into the 'bass-war', 'loudness' and 'cheap showmanship' trap, which is sadly the case these days, considering all the imersional and unimaginative edit releases that flood the market(we naturally stay out of the judges and hangmen game though). As opposed to this Fried Tofu is doing super well, has done a great job with its first record and the second one with even more discofied madness is just to come. Fried Tofu is on the bleepgeeks disco radar. Boogie while its hot and before they're gone!