Tag Archives: Nu DIsco

French Toast Exclusive Mixtape by Eau Claire

Just a girl trying to do the disco thang.

Calgary born and raised in the States. Eau Claire has been making some noise in the music scene with both her talents as a producer/remixer and DJ. Her love for disco and nu-disco has created her a special niche in the growing community of producers and DJs. You can catch her playing live in DC at her regular gigs at Daikaya in Chinatown (2nd Saturdays of the month) and at Resturaunt Marvin in U Street (4th Sunday of the month). Make sure to follow her on Facebook and SoundCloud to get updates about her gigs!

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French Express Boiler Room Los Angeles

So we’ve been craving to check out the Boiler Room videos hosted by French Express. This isn’t your typical night in LA, featuring some of our favorite producers Perseus, Moon BootsIsaac Tichauer and Jonas Rathsman.

If you have time read the funny youtube comments, you’ll get a good laugh! Here’s Moon Boots working his magic…

Then there’s Isaac Tichauer

Last but not least is Jonas Rathsman killing it!

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Nu Disco Your Disco Exclusive Mix by Copycat

Patterns – Sunny Days (Seashore Remix)
Girls in Hawaii – Misses (Mickey Remix)
Cub Sport – Paradise
Kamp! – Cant You Wait
RAC Feat. Kele & MNDR – Let Go (Cherry Cherry Boom Boom Remix)
Keljet Feat. AVAN LAVA – Together
Chvrches – The Mother We Share (Moonboots Remix)
Cut Copy – Free Your Mind (Fort Romeau Remix)
Vinnie Who – 39 (Brynjolfur Remix)
Jim James – Know Til Now (Pixelated Remix)
Peter & The Magician – On my brain (Le Crayon Remix)
Vanessa Paradis – Joe le Taxi (A Copycat Remix)
Bodhi – Imperfection
Bluford Duck – Shoulder To Cry On (Original Mix)
Jay West & Manuel Sahagun – Got Me Insane (Original Mix)
Made In Sane – Flying Circuits
Framewerk – As If (Shimmer Unreleased Remix)
YesYou – So Much To Give (L D R U Remix)
Bufi & La Royale – Jaylo
The Magician – When The Night Is Over (Claptone Remix)
COMA – Les Dilettantes (Roosevelt Mix)

Sweden-based Nu-Disco producer Copycat is warmly welcomed as a guest DJ at NDYD. Best known for his spheric and sexy productions for one of our favourite labels (Eskimo), the friendly Croat did not hesitate to put a wonderful mix together to pleasure your ears over the stretch of 1,5 hours! Enjoy and share it around!

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Neon Night Mixtape by HARRISON

Lapti – Phat
Lapti – Day By Day
Kartell – Pantera
Harrison – Inner Feelings (Edit)
Harrison – Such As
Suhnraw – Kawm
Knight One – Kiss
Vanilla – Midnight
Basement Love – Without Love
Crowns – Excite Me

We’re back again this time with a Neon Night exclusive mix by Canadian DJ and producer HΛRRISON. He’s bringing 100% disco and future funk beats so you better watch out! HΛRRISON has his debut Future Midnight album coming out March of next year so check our site out frequently to stay posted!

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French Toast October 2013 Charts

Check out our latest selection of our favorite tracks of the month of October. The order is in the date we blogged it, not by favorite so check them all out. Thanks a lot to all of our followers for the support the past couple months with our new mix tape series.

October featured 2 special exclusive mixes by our friends BRONX and Louie G. You can check them out on our SOUNDCLOUD.

Chvurches – The Mother We Share (Moon Boots Remix)

Owl Eyes – Hurricane (Cassian Remix)

Rhye – The Fall (Bronx Night Dub)

Movement – Us (Giraffage Remix)

The Swiss – Kiss To Kiss (Amtrac Remix)

Levantine – No One

Notize – French Letter

Bufi & La Royale – Jaylo

Convaire – Talk In Technicolour

Panama – Always (Classixx Remix)

Kartell – Minimum Move

Cherokee Feat. Darianna – Don’t Matter

Ghost Beach – Miracle (Le Youth Remix)

TCTS – Over

Harrison – ;__;

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French Toast Exclusive Mixtape by BRONX

Mexican producer Francisco Dávalos aka BRONX has worked up an exclusive mix tape for us jam packed with a fine blend of house and disco tracks to get you through the week.

BRONX has produced and released his work on labels such as On The Prowl, SpaceWalker, Hed Kandi, Undertones Gang, Shiny Disco Club, Tigers On A Leash and Nurvous Records (NYC.) Snag a free copy and show your friends a dope selection of disco tunes.

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DJ Serg – Agusto Mixtape

Kings of Tomorrow Feat. April – It’s Only You (Sandy Rivera’s Original Mix)
Wankelmut & Emma Louise – My Head Is A Jungle (Gui Boratto Remix)
Breakbot – You Should Know (The Swiss Remix)
Disclosure – White Noise (Original Mix)
Nora En Pure – Lost in Time (Original Mix)
Sharam Jey & Night Talk – The Future (Metodi Hristov Remix)
Prince Club & Poupon Feat. Mars – Before (Original Mix)
DISCOLYPSO – You’re Mine
Black Van – Inside (Oliver Remix)
Capital Cities – Safe And Sound
The Jacksons – Blame It On The Boogie (Kovary Remix)
Duke Dumont – Need U (100%)
Robin Thicke – Blurred Lines (M-Rock’s Bangin’ Disco Edit)
Goldroom – Fifteen (Oxford Club Mix)
Ost & Kjex – Indie (Original Mix)

Mexican DJ and Producer Sergio Rodriguez aka Serg adds a new mix tape to his treasure chest of production. Working his magic throughout Mexican dance floors, Serg resides in Hermosillo, Sonora where he’s a resident at the prestigious La Blonde. Serg also has a 2nd project called Mr. Rodriguez, which is formed of him and his brother Gino Rodriguez. Together they play a fine blend of jazz, funk and soul disco.

Now to business, DJ Serg’s Agosto Mixtape is jam packed with a lot of house goodies from groovy remixes by The Swiss, Oliver and Oxford. The Agosto Mixtape also includes originals by Disclosure, Capital Cities, and Duke Dumont to name a few! The mix takes you on a journey of deep house and disco perfect for the summertime. Serg is very well known for his mix sessions of anything from house to nu disco and even hip hop to spice things up. Instead of just using a boring pre planned mix, Serg loves using record players, vinyl records and digital equipment for mixing. If you haven’t yet, jam out tonight and snag a free copy for a night session of classy medicinal music for your ears.

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French Toast August 2013 Charts


First of all, we would like to thank all of our followers for all the support through our blog and mix tapes we’ve been releasing. August was an awesome month filled with great releases, surprises and a killer mix tape by Argentinian producer Saint Musique. We’ve been arranging an upcoming mix tape, which we know you all will enjoy very much! Here’s our chart list of our favorite tracks of August in no particular order.

Le Crayon Feat. KLP – Give You Up (Darius Remix)

Mister Gavin – Thunder Thighs

Indian Summer – Foreign Formula (Cosmo’s Midnight Remix)

Patterns – Sunny Days

Holy Models – Swimming (Tesla55 Remix)

Kwick – Night Life (U-Tern & Cosmic Kids Edit)

Chris Malinchak – So Into You

Is Tropical – Lover’s Cave (Tesla Boy Remix)

Night Drive – Sea Of Light (Justin Faust Remix)

Basement Jaxx – What A Difference Your Love Makes (Miguel Campbell Remix)

Modulaire & Stupid Beats – Vanilla Cream Soda

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Colorstarr – Do It Again (Slicker Cities Remix)

Colorstarr has released their latest “Do It AgainEP on So Phat Music, which also includes a special remix by Slicker Cities. This is a perfect summer track that’s just a little over 4 minutes long. “Do It Again” will be on repeat on our indie dance playlist til next year!

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LBCK Exclusive Interview

We caught up with the Long Beach City Kids and had a few words. Here’s a sweet interview we had about their upcoming album!


To introduce yourselves, who are you and how would you describe your music?
Hi I’m Luigi, this is Alex and we’re LBCK. It’s hard to pin point our music exactly because we make quite a bit of different stuff but generally our sound is always funky. Whether it’s house, hip hop or nu disco, we’re always going for that sex appeal.
How did you guys know each other and how did the name “LBCK” start?
We met in college in 2009, being booked for the same show in San Diego as our solo projects. We became friends and quickly found out we worked well together, since we both had a taste for the classics.
The funny thing is that neither of us are actually from Long Beach, but it’s here where we grew our music from the ground up and here’s where Long Beach City Kids was born.
Do you think that the funkier side of house & disco is on the way back? How is it changing?
I think the funky side of house music is definitely having a resurgence recently but its taking on a new form from what it used to be. As least with our music, it’s more mature and has more focused ideas. We’ve been really trying to focus on the quality of our sound and pay more attention to fine polishing that goes into making our tracks.
Your album “The Goods” drops the 27th of August on Hall Of Fame Records, could you guys reveal some information?
Well to start, this is our first full length album, EVER. Which at first seemed a bit intimidating but the process was actually surprisingly quite smooth. We went into it thinking, let’s just do whatever we want and see what works so things just naturally kind of fell into place. We also worked with a handful of really cool artists who you’ll see featured through out the release.
Do you guys have any stories that may have happened during the recording process?
We flew our boy C Plus down from Sacramento to record on a track and we couldn’t be more happy with how it turned out. It’s really one of our favorite tracks on the release. We had a camera crew following us around all weekend during interviews and photos shoots, as well as during the recording process in the studio. There will be a cool ‘making of’ video to come, kinda showing you a little bit of how things were made.
How would you describe your latest single “Call My Name?”
‘Call My Name’ really kind of sets the tone of the album. It’s straight funky, start to finish. Making it a true summer track, made for pool parties, sunshine and drives with the windows down.
Are there any LBCK tours/ gigs coming up soon?
We’re playing some west coast dates here this summer & have plans to branch out for another tour in the near future. Stay tuned!
What would we be surprised to hear on your iPod?
We listen to everything from Motown to classic rock, reggae and all kinds of electronic music. We’re both really big on Drum&Bass..my iPod is filled with it, really love it live too!
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