Not saying it's exceptional or anything, it is pretty generic and works well on the dancefloor, Calderone played a last weekend at Stereo, and it went in well, plus I had it in my cart from Jan)
For me it's more stuff like Misc. - Confirmed
And another huge rerelease lately:
Besides weren't you the retard defending C&C? or was that some1 else
Last edited by zeKsg on Feb-19-2010 at 22:25
Registered: Jun 2008
Nah, must've been some other retard.
This retard liked their sound a few years ago, but what I've heard lately hasn't done much for me.
It's not that I didn't like the track you put up, just the way you introduced it.
Last edited by WittyHandle on Feb-19-2010 at 22:39
Registered: Sep 2007
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Its just that this thread is now covered with smooth deep, jazzy , funky tech house/house....
Freak... we all know you are too old to go to afterhour caves
Registered: Feb 2010
Man do i want to go see him tonight at SAT.
Registered: Aug 2009
Location: Montréal, Canada
Christian Smith and Gabe's track goes down very well on the dancefloor...played it out a couple of times and the crowd reacted with a lot of enthusiasm every time.
GET TO DA CHOPPA!!!
Registered: Mar 2003
I've known Cosmic Boogie (Stu Robinson) for some time, but discovering his fb page probably made my year. Found this one on his page, this will probably incommodate some of you as this is probably the closest thing to pure disco i've ever posted (so you have been warned!). Yes disco/nudisco is the new thing (can we really call it "new" since 1)we're bringing back and sampling the good stuff from the 70's 2)some of these dudes been working at it before 2000.As a matter of fact did disco ever really die or left dormant? Maybe the "wave" theory can be applied here) Anyways we're getting close to my musical utopia one step at a time with fusions of old and new. I literally cant stop listening to it: