Nu Disco

Getting Deeper Podcast #61 mixed by Orbs & Zen

Bombay’s Orbs & Zen(Nicky Ramnani and Ajay Makhija) have given Getting Deeper a deep, melodic disco set, perhaps the first of its kind for GD’s 61st number in the podcast series. It’s been a very long time since GD has released a podcast by someone from India, and we are happy to have finally released a set by someone from our own country after a very long time.

The set is nice and smooth, with a sinister  but subtle vibe that makes it a classy figure on the dancefloor. What is great is that it still retains a deep character. It’s a perfect example of a nicely layered blend of rawness, groove and intensity. The end result is a great track selection with edgy, intoxicating melodies and warm tones that will transport you to an electric night. The image here is an open air space, deep into the night and much deeper into the music. Because if there is one thing I can guarantee you, it is that the set will definitely get more hypnotic the more you listen to it.

Thank you Nicky and Ajay! The set is absolutely banging.

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Eelke Kleijn – Lovely Sweet Divine

Eskimo Recordings released a massive track by Rotterdam based produce Eelke Kleijn called ‘Lovely Sweet Divine’ – one of two original tracks in the EP A Tale Of Two Lovers. Futuristic synths are dropped on Disco beats to produce an infectious tune great for the dancefloor. Enjoy 🙂

Oliver Koletzki – Childhood Basslines

1 year late but I had to post about it. It’s too good to not be on Getting Deeper. Oliver Koletzki, with ‘Childhood Basslines,’ has shown us how power and majesty can be delivered through melodic synths. I love how the synths represent a futuristic and timeless vibe in the track. Despite being laden with so much depth, it is pure fun… this is because Oliver has successfully retained interest throughout the entire track by incorporating different variations and textures. Served best while driving. Enjoy!

‘Childhood Basslines’ was released under the label Light My Fire in 2012. Here is the full track:

Edward Newgate – Get Real

It was great to see Edward Newgate creating his LP ‘Miami Nights’ with a single, consistent theme in his mind. And boy has he stuck to it! Right from the name to the vibe of each track, Edward has embraced the retro melodies and electro-funk beats of 80s style ‘miami’ music. Indeed, the LP reminds us of Miami, specifically GTA in Miami. I can totally imagine a pimp with his white shoes, his white suit and a gold watch greeting me while this music is playing in the background. I love it how this transports me to a place and time I have never been to. ‘Get Real’ is just a glimpse of what this lovely LP has to offer. Sit back, play it loud and imagine driving in your Cadillac in Miami.

Deepjack, Mr.Nu Feat. Christina – Do What You Want (Lady Gaga Cover)

Never thought I would be posting a song that has even a minute of Lady Gaga in it. But here I am, writing about this banging nu disco track by none other than Mr. Nu and Deepjack. Good remixes can turn something horrendous into something very very enjoyable. ‘Do What You Want’ is a perfect representation of that statement. Uplifting and nicely groovy.

Eric Bénet – Love Don’t Love Me (Deepjack & Mr.Nu Remix)

Merry Christmas everyone! Mr. Nu and Deepjack have graced my  Christmas with this exceptional remix of Eric Bénet‘s ‘Love Don’t Love Me.’ Slow, Nu Disco beats come together with sexy vocals to give a banging treat in this one. There couldn’t have been a better tune to represent Christmas this year. It’s a nice blend of old school disco with today’s deep house. Enjoy!

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