It’s all what it says on the cover. Light hearted disco house for home dancing pleasures. Or when my soul needs some easy to digest pop fun but I still want quality music.
I probably haven’t listened to this much Róisín Murphy since the solo debut. Signature sound, great pop music, disco vibes.
Awesome disco house. Among friends we’ve been talking about two parties that would be great to go to: banger but intelligent tech-house and a cool easy-going disco. Starry Night is exactly the kind of disco I’m wishing for.
Disco, funk, space rock, dub, chill out.
Silly like a bunch of friends writing music in the garage, not meant for release, just ended up on a record somehow. But the track The Rose is a psychedelic indie rock disco funk monster, favorite track of the month. (Besides that other favorite track of the month.)
Timing, Forget the Timing is my latest unescapable earbug for quite some time now. It is beyond my comprehension how this track (and album, for that matter) could be made in 1978. And its story of being rediscovered and reissued by Richard D. James. Mind. Blown.
Heartbreak low-fi pop thing. Magical and fluffy and sorrow.