The latest single off of Tensnake's Glow is 'Love Sublime' and it comes packed with remixes by Duke Dumont (which Ru already recommended), as well as French Express’ very own Jonas Rathsman, including his signature deep bass lines.
Another bass rich track, but a bit more on the disco side, is Marlow’s 'Backroom,' which layers Pete Josef’s lyrics on top of a stylish jazzy dance beat.
London producer Fort Romeau (aka Mike Greene) is one of my favorites and creates a consistent stream of extremely beautiful textural house tracks – and his most recent release, 'Her Dream,' is no exception.
Jakobin & Domino's 'Need A Dance' is an uplifting homage to the refined, jazz-influenced Chicago house style reminiscent of legendary anthems like Larry Heard's 'Can You Feel It.'
Following last week’s announcement of a new album, Hercules And Love Affair shared this week a new track called 'Be With You' as a free download. Judging by this and 'Do You Feel The Same?' shared by Josh last week, the upcoming LP could easily become one of the highlights of the year.
Paradisco @Le Bain, The Standard this Sunday, 3.16.14
Join us as we celebrate disco and house music at Paradisco at Le Bain, The Standard, this Sunday – with stunning views of New York City, plenty of natural light and a friendly, music loving crowd. More details and photos on our site.
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.
Follow us on Spotify! Subscribe to our 'As Seen on Towleroad Playlist to listen to tracks posted from past weeks. For more information on OXD, check out our website and accompanying blog at www.occupythedisco.com, like us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter: @OccupyTheDisco.