silhouette music
Lesson 1 is already the third single of L’Equipe du Son’s forthcoming debut album ‘Supersonic’. The original version is a mixture between disco-mood sounds and breathy pop, deeply influenced by the synthesizer sounds of the 70s and 80s.
The first remix comes from
The Legendary 1979 Orchestra and with carefully crafted swirling bells and warm synthlines the TL1979O remix has actually continued in the style of the original.
Hailing from Melbourne’s Inner-West it’s Silhouette Music regular Yasumo providing an entirely new approach. A perfect blend of guitars and, well, pure funk!
Rayko has an impressive portfolio of releases under his belt and has an almost insatiable thirst for editing both classics and lost gems in his distinctive and infectious style. This remix is only a confirmation of this, noticeable from the moment you hear the first bass key, it’s disco baby!

Lesson #1 | Silhouette Music by L'equipe du Son
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Abel Nagengast also known as Jeeg Robot, from Tilburg (013) made some pretty stuff for Noncollective.. here's was they had to say about it:

“Aegean Sea” (Non, Nº.1)  is the first Noncollective release, a limited edition three track 12" featuring three edits by the Dutch collector and DJ Abel Nagengast. The title cut is an edit that has been doing the rounds for a quite a while and many will recognise – A sun-clad rocking stormer with a sweet bassline and soaring psyched out vocal harmonies. This stadium sized anthem just oozes that 70's feeling. “Belly Button” is a laid-back groover of mysterious origins with sexy whispering vocals that makes it the perfect tune to begin an adventurous night, while “7th Of April” is a moody kraut disco dub number with distorted keys and talkbox driven guitar solo.

(Non, Nº.1) Abel – Aegean Sea by Noncollective
Nude swimming edit by jeeg robot
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DISCOURANT - HOUSE - BOETIEK from Brancuzi on Vimeo.

one year ago, sitting under the Maastricht sun; Roy zipping on a San Miguel, me enjoying a Tres Anjos with a Coke on the side, discussing the disturbing upcome of disstortion in the music scene. we both agreed that it was time for some kind of a disco-paper something more traditional, more respectfull towards to artists who made a hugh effort making the same sounds we nowadays have as an plug-in but they made it on instruments with shifters; faders and god knows what they build themselves to get an unique sound. a page where you can find new releases;(re)mixes and classics in an area not known by many but highly appreciated by those who don't just put on the radio to be distracted. disco was our first love so our page-name had to contain that same feeling of authenticity.  one year later and 407 likes on our account, the virus is spread and the story continues!! concluding that not everybody wants to be on facebook we've started a little blog on and like all little children we wanted more after that so our first discovenue was born. On 22th of january, on Roy's birthday we threw our first party in Ipanema, with a nice disco-acid live set from Disco Syndicate(Bruno & Lucas), a perfect set of Italo disco by Sidi Stardust all glued together by the skills of Le Disko (roy). Friday the first of July we will celebrate our junior year of blogging with a great party at Cafe Ipanema in Maastricht... find the discovenue on our page!!
and thanx for having us sofar ;)

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The French duo Logo (Thomas & Hugues) who released their first single “La Vie Moderne” last summer on
Kitsuné, is back with a brand new EP including their tracks “Merit”, “Hello.jpg” and many remixes by Bot’ox, Black Devil Disco Club, Mercury and Total Warr ! The EP will be out on June 6th on Kitsuné. I've made a small playlist on with "Merit" & "La Vie Moderne" minimixes and my favourite Logo tracks and remixes, hope you like it. Read this article about their new unofficial video on kitsune journal:Kitsuné Meets Logo + unofficial Luvsick videoclip
Logo: "Merit" ep and free minimix. Full View

Thanks to Christophe from
CRAP INC. Artist Management & Bookings for pointing this one out. Expo, the new Ghent-based band from Belgium (ofcourse), manages to deliver some powerful and extremely catchy feel good synth/electro-pop tunes.(If it doesn't come from Belgium it aint Synthfull)
The first Expo track, I Don’t Mind, immediately gained national attention and it's clear it's going to get even bigger than this. Watch these guys over the next few months, as you'll be hearing and seeing a lot more of them. Grab their first single for free by liking their facebook-page.

I Don't Mind by expomusic
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Edwin Van Cleef
Edwin Van Cleef is an upcoming Electro / French House producer and DJ who now lives in Leeds, England. He got into music thanks to his Father, who was a DJ. At first, Edwin dabbled with mixers in his youth. however, a couple years ago he started taking music more seriously. 

Edwin Van Cleef - May Mix 2011 by Edwin van Cleef
Body Language - Social Studies (Plastic Plates Remix)
SebastiAn - Yes
SebastiAn - Arabest
Foster The People - Pumped Up Kicks (Gigamesh Remix)
Mighty Mouse - From The Pavement To The Stars (Edwin van Cleef Remix)
Basement Jaxx - Flylife (Dan Castro Remix)
Vanish - Don't Be Afraid (Dublin Aunts Remix)
Acid Soul Project - Making Money
Mitzi - India (Joakim Remix)
Metronomy - The Look (Moonlight Matters Remix)
Slice & Soda - Year Of The Dragon (Villa Remix)
Peter & The Magician - Twist
Yuksek - On A Train (Gucci Vump Remix)
Polarsets - Sunshine Eyes
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Roy (LeDisko) asked me to look into this. As we both are the creators of
discourant, which was born out of a similar music taste, we share are lot off likes but in this case it was a hole in one, a strike and an ace. I saw the name before but didn't recall where. Now I know it must be from The Magicians Magic Tapes. Have a listen: PLASTiC PLATES - Felix Bloxsom; producer from Sydney, Australia, located in Los Angeles.

Adele - Set Fire To The Rain (Plastic Plates Remix) by PLASTiC PLATES

Body Language - Social Studies (Plastic Plates Remix) by PLASTiC PLATES

I Blame Coco - Turn Your Back On Love (Plastic Plates Remix) by PLASTiC PLATES


Have a listen for yourself with this crazy tracklist..

Monarchy Summer Mix by Monarchy

Track listing:
Yuksek - On A Train (The Magician remix)
Monarchy - I Won't Let Go (Bag Raiders remix)
Mitzi - All I Heard (Cassian remix)
Slice and Soda - Year of the Dragon (Villa remix)
Whirlpool Productions - From Disco To Disco (Les Rhythmes Digitales remix)
Hercules and Love Affair - Painted Eyes (Moonlight Matters remix)
Monarchy - Maybe I'm Crazy (DiskJokke remix)
Felix Da Housecat - Elvis
Kelis - Acappella (Monarchy remix)
Master Shortie - Back to the 80's (Monarchy remix)
Mike Balance - Energy
Fenech Soler - Stop and Stare (Manhattan Clique remix)
Pacific! - Unspoken (Alex Gopher and Pierrick Devin remix)

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Labelle Records
La Belle is a french label owned and managed by 3 friends. One of them is better known as
Golden Bug, another is half of Herr Styler, and the other one's half of La Tebwa Records. They'll do their best to give you one, bella, monthly release. Here you can find their first release.

Labelle-Mixtape 1-Soapopera by labellerecords
1-Golden Bug & Mustang Feat Lavina Claws-Soap Opera(Dub)
2-Mario & Vidis-Changed (Soul Clap Remix)
3-Publicist-Make Ends Meet (Zimmer edit)
4-The Rolling Stones-Too Much Blood (Debonairs Too Much Dub)
5-Montevideo-Fate & Glory (Headman Remix)
6-Black Van-Moments Of Excellence w/ Holy Ghost!
7-Munk-Mis Labios (Black Van Remix)
8-Digitalism-Just Gazin'

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