The OXD Mirror: New Music for 7.20.12

Like Woah! – 'Looking at You'

Like Woah!, also simply known by their first names "Rhys and David", have put out this fun track that was most recently featured on the Kitsuné Soleil Mix.  They've pushed out an accompanying video that features various clips from Old Western movies.  Though their discogprahy is limited at this point (1 EP and 1 Single), perhaps this lively track will be the prelude to their re-emergence onto the music scene.


Sugar Daddy – 'How Long (Tensnake Remix)'


Disco House duo Sugardaddy are back with a bold new single entitled 'How Long'.  The pair hail from the UK and both have extensive music resumes; Tom Findlay is one half of Groove Armada and partner Tim Hutton has produced for the likes of Afrika Bambaataa and Lee 'Scratch' Perry.  Producer Tensnake, who seems to pop up in many OXD posts, gives this song a slick and sexy vibe in his edit.


OCCUPY THE DISCO (OXD) curates and recommends music events to the gay community in NYC—in an effort to move the focus of the nightlife scene beyond the promoter and venue and to the music itself. OXD's goal is to educate, entertain, engage and empower the gay audience to reclaim their ability to question and experience the unknown. The OXD Mirror will serve to showcase tunes that are definitely off-the-beaten-path but rightfully deserve the attention of the gay ear. It's music that will make you dance, dream, and most importantly, love.

This week's post was written and curated by Josh Appelbaum.

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  1. says

    The Tensnake rework has a great vibe. I heard it a few days ago and tried to track down a copy but I can’t figure out if it is promo only or if there will be a proper release in the future.

    I’ve got a new mix for July 2012 up on my Soundcloud page that may interest some folks here. There’s definitely some overlap with OXD in the indie/nu disco department (Gigamesh, Paradis) with some bedroom electronics thrown in.

  2. alguien says

    tim hutton has also provided vocals for groove armada-most notably on the “goodbye country, hello nightclub” album from 2001.

    enjoyed the satin jackets but was disappointed to see that it wasn’t yet on itunes.