Little by little, EP by EP, song by song, Roche Musique are turning 2015 into the year of French Funk.  With artists FKJ, Darius & Cherokee leading the way, their brand of French Disco/G-Funk/Pop has been the sexy soundtrack thus far to 2015.  Cherokee’s “Teenage Fantasy” EP is the label’s latest release & delivers more of Roche Musique’s signature sound including this heart melting remix by Glen Check.

DO NOT miss out on Cherokee’s brilliant “Teenage Fantasy” EP. [iTunes]


If you’ve had your ear to the electronic music floor this past year, you’re well aware that it’s the era of the Dirtybird.  This tight knit crew of house/tech/disco madness has risen to the spotlight, and during this rise has brought us Justin Jay.  This 21-year-old Los Angeles native already has an unbelievable discography and track record, and shows no signs of slowing.  The video above is his hour-long set for Mixmag Los Angeles, and it’s just a taste of what he brings to the electronic arena.

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Our man Le Youth is one of our favorite music makers.  He’s an old soul with modern flair.  He’s developed a sound that always manages to simultaneously sound classic AND fresh.  And he always pulls it off with miles of style.  Le Youth is back at it again with his latest track, “T O U C H”, a track that House heads, Disco lovers & pretty much any dance floor freak out there will no doubt fall in love with.  With a vocal to die for & a beat that sounds good in any era, “T O U C H” will most certainly touch you in all the right places.

“Ain’t nobody gonna T O U C H you better”


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Samba meets Jazz meets Funk meets Sunshine in the newest compilation series from the Los Angeles based label Chit Chat Records. It features some familiar names; Poolside, Fatnotronic (Gorky from Bonde Do Role + friend Phillip), Daniel T. (Cosmic Kids), and TonyAdams, as well as their interpretations of some v rare Brazilian Boogie jams. Infinity pool day dreams and scanty one pieced females drift in and out of palm tree shadows as these four producers work their magic to bring you an innately unique musical experience. Set to be released early 2015, this vinyl ought to be the perfect addition to any connoisseur’s collection. Stay tuned!


New York natives Solidisco are back on the scene with trifecta of funk, dropping (3) FREE tracks in their Ready Look Choose giveaway EP. Used throughout their DJ sets this year, the EP is a fun handful of high energy disco house tracks, as well as a great way to close out the year for the duo. Enjoy!

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Every element and feeling we’ve grown to be extremely fond of by the works of Parisian legend, Zimmer, have found a way to collectively coexist in his newest remix for Brooke Fraser, entitled ‘Kings & Queens‘. In my opinion, this is his best production to date, it’s been on repeat, and keeps getting more infectious! He was able to transform Brooke’s voice into a spacey, yet majestic tone that seems to echo in our souls while longing for something of a future’s past. You can expect Baptiste’s signature horizontal disco touch, however slowed down a bit, with a deeper futuristic sound. Turn on & float away.

We’re excited to have Zimmer moving to LA in January just short of 2 months to write an All-New EP! See you soon bud!

[Bonus]: His latest prior work was for Aussie Psychedelic pop outfit Wunder Wunder (of Miami Horror descent), entitled ‘Midnight Hours‘ is also something quite special, and shouldn’t go missed. Wash it down as dessert.

American Horror Story fans rejoice as you listen to SNBRN’s inventive take on Melanie Martinez’s eerie hit “Carousel.” SNBRN displays a darker side of his infectious brand by effortlessly uniting theatrical instrumentation with a thumping deep bassline. This club-ready official remix is sure to keep you grooving all the way through the night.

“Been a huge fan of American Horror Story, so when I got asked to remix Carousel I couldn’t resist. With dark vibes and a deep baseline I wanted to take this remix to the grave and back. Hope you guys enjoy this tune because there’s no turning back now.” – SNBRN


GDD lord Tropicool has teamed up with his hometown homie Peitzke on the new track “Cat Call” and they’re bringin’ the sexual funk right to your front door (back door, too).  Check it out…

Here’s the first original track by Tropicool & Peitzke entitled ‘Cat Call’.

Oi lords & ladies! Is the looming cold front giving your tube steak frost-bite? Are your nipples harder than diamonds in an ice-storm? Do ya need an extra shot of whiskey to get that whistle wet? Thank bab​​​​​​​​​​​​y jesus Tropicool & Peitzke have combined forces to form like Voltron, and assembled ‘Cat Call’, oozing with love, and dripping in gold. It’s pure sexy funk, with a heaping side of experimental sounds perfectly tucked in, leaving us craving seconds. With the lead back in your pencil, hit play, steal Dennis’s mom’s ’97 Mazda Miata, and let all the myrts in the neighborhood know you say, ‘HEY!’

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[fb]: https://www.facebook.com/TropicoolFroth
[ig]: http://instagram.com/tropicool
[tw]: https://twitter.com/tropicooool

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[fb]: https://facebook.com/peitzke
[ig]: http://instagram.com/peitzke

Download link: bit.ly/tropicoolcatcall


[Artwork by Raven Kwok]

The sounds of Los Angeles are strong on the new remix from L.A. producer BetaTraxx for L.A. duo Pr0files on their song “Forgive”.   Pr0files once described the city of Los Angeles as sunny & twisted.  The same can be said to describe this phenomenal remix by BetaTraxx.  While the hypnotizing vocals give the song its shine, it’s the rework by BetaTraxx that gives the song its twisted, zombie Disco persona.  The crisp, multi-layered production by BetaTraxx takes pieces of 90s, bass heavy Chemical Brothers, dirty, late-2000s Kavinsky & modern day Oliver-style Electro and molds them all together for one extra filthy remix.  Crank this one all the way up & cruise around L.A. with the top down (while wearing all black, of course…because that’s the sunny & twisted thing to do).



The sounds of Le Youth continue to resonate throughout the blogosphere & the internet with his new track “R E A L”.  Not many artists tow the line between Disco & House as well as Le Youth does, which is a big part of why his sound resonates with so many.  On “R E A L”, Le Youth adds some gloss to the Brandy song “I Wanna Be Down” & conjures up an outstanding, chopped up rework of the 1994 classic.  The combination here of Disco & House is already a winning formula.  But when you add in a healthy dose of R&B to the mix…well that’s almost unfair to make a track this enjoyable.