Beth Ditto EP [Produced by Simian Mobile Disco]

Today marks the release of Gossip frontwoman Beth Ditto’s self-titled, solo EP, which was produced by none other than Simian Mobile Disco… truly a match made in music heaven. SMD takes the most soulful and seductive voice in the business into deeper territory than ever before. Four tracks of pop|disco|electro perfection.

[Available on Beatport NOW via Deconstruction Records]

Beth Ditto – Open Heart Surgery by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™

Beth Ditto – Goodnight Good Morning by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™

Beth Ditto – Do You Need Someone by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™

Beth Ditto – I Wrote The Book by aRod@GottaDanceDirty™




4 Responses to Beth Ditto EP [Produced by Simian Mobile Disco]

  1. ThatGuyOverThere says:

    This combo never seems to fail. I didn't even know this album existed until now and HOOOOLY SHIT!

  2. Siddharth says:

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  3. Danl says:

    Oh Siddharth, you and your sneaky spamming.

    In real comment news, Simian Mobile Disco are acting like the future of EDM. Everything's going minimal and SMD are sharing that sentiment with everybody. These are great tracks, almost sounds like a resurgence of the soul singer but with slow tech beats instead of jazz. I'm into it.

  4. ding dong says:

    this ep is OWNING nu disco charts

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