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deluxe funky logoIt's almost impossible to describe for those, who haven't experienced it: you just wait in front of that record shop to open, and once you get in, you're immediately lost: you could spend the whole day browsing those shiny, black records to find your treasure. The atmopshere, even the smell is so cachy, that you easily become a vinyl addict...

The rise of the stereo vinyl, and the invention of the 12'' singles provided the neccesary tools for the industry to release true musical milestones. Artists like Barry White, Earth Wind & Fire, or the Kool & the Gang created those masterpieces that have been extensively sampled by artists of the following decades. We have them all, and a lot more: Cameo, KC & The Sunshine Band, The Gap Band, Prince, Wild Cherry, Oliver Cheatham, Delegation, The Jacksons, Imagination...
If you are a true funky freak, spice up your Thursday (which we call "Little Friday") evening with two hours of your favorites (and some rare cuts) from 7 pm CET.

OK, now let's go disco.

 

deluxe disco logoBecause if you take a funk record, and you crank up its BPM to 116 or above, you probably get a disco record. Well, it's not true, but they're close: if Barry White composed soul songs, what about his band, The Love Umlimited Orchestra? That's disco. While Kool & The Gang's 'Jungle Fever' is pure stone cold funk, Celebration went into the disco zone...
This is why we thought to dive into the huge disco archive, and bring you only the best - and here and there - some real surprises. Did you know that the disco fever had so huge impact that pop, rock, and even jazz artists did disco records too? Did you know that Ilona Staller, the adult star of the seventies had a record called 'I Was Made For Dancin'? Well, you can bump into this one in Deluxe Disco, among other names like Bobby Thurston, Candi Staton, Diana Ross, Double Exposure, Loleatta Holloway, Meco, Michael Polnareff, Rose Royce, Tavares, or Walter Murphy. Not many of them sound familiar? Well, it's not your fault, but to make them sound familiar is our duty.
Start the Saturday evening from 7 pm. CET with the known and unknown (but Deluxe qulaity) disco grooves, then get on your high heels, and dance the ninght away in the mesmerizing light of the disco ball!
If you think that there's a record that we forgot about, but would deserve the publicitiy, drop us a mail, of send FB message!

Let's dance (& stomp)!