The wonderful Proviant Audio disco wagon rolls ever onward with the release of his second album Drift Days & Disco Nights. It got Tune of the Month in Mixmag and DJ Mag said it was better than Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories.
The third single How Does It Feel feat. Lido Lido is out in February on Paper Disco with Pete Herbert and Richard Seaborne mixes plus the winner of this competition.
We are also throwing it open to budding producers with a remix competition so HERE are the parts to download and get to work on.
Entries need to be in for December 16 and the winner will appear on the release plus get a CD of the album. Just email us a link.
Our Flash has been busy mixing up MOR and disco to create some err, MOR Disco.
He’s taken Tom Petty’s Learning To Fly and stuck it through the studio funkifier for a top class mix that’s had got end of nighter all over it.
It’s up for grabs on Soundcloud but has had props from Psychemagik “loving The edit”, Max Essa “played this at a beach party here in Japan on Saturday. Place went bananas!” and Hot Toddy “Massive!” as well as featuring on AOR Disco.
Ahead of the new Research digital release, we thought we’d put out an ace remix they did of LCD Soundsystem’s Bye Bye Bayou. Deep disco ahoy!
Day By Day is still available on vinyl and as a now digitally HERE.
Here’s Crazy Penis’s new edit album bundled up in to 6 minutes of disco juicyness!
The Spandau Ballet classic Chant No. 1 (I Can’t Keep This Pressure On) has been given a disco re-rub by Flash Atkins as part of the Fags & Booze EP.
It features Crazy P’s Danielle Moore doing her best Tony Hadley impression on vocals.
The stems and parts to remix and re-edit can be downloaded by clicking HERE.
The best will be put out by We Are Woodville so email a link of your version to us by JAN 1st by clicking HERE.
Hear it here : [soundcloud url=”http://soundcloud.com/flash-atkins/chant-no-1-i-dont-need-this-pressure-on-feat-danielle-moore”]
or find out more by going to : Flash’s blog
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Paper has been pushing the creative envelope since 1994. It has released over 2000 tracks from across the world by over 600 artists, producers and remixers that range from deep house and disco to Balearic and leftfield on its three imprints, Paper Wave, Paper Disco and Paper Recordings.
The label has evolved to incorporate Paper Vision Films, which made the award-winning Northern Disco Lights with two films currently in production and the critically acclaimed podcasts Paper Talk, Paper Air Waves & Paper Radio.
It continues to be one of the world’s best-loved independent record labels, operating as a thriving and exciting cottage industry.