disco deviance are back with a seriously hot release by nycs very own deep&disco. following a run of strong releases on whiskey disco, deep&disco and razor n tape, here d&d reworks two underground classics that draw on inspiration from the golden days of larry levan and the heyday of disco music. respectfully edited, lovingly enhanced and beautifully remastered, they are guaranteed to work any dance floor.
after a few years releasing singles under different monikers, brooklyn producer lou teti launches his own label, tigers on a leash, with the debut >get away< as a certain way to kick things off right. the original is an almost hypnotic electro-builder with an 80s touch, yet with a sound thats still firmly planted in 2011. even though tetis vocals are used more like another instrument than as a center piece, sneaking in and out against the guitars and synths, it s still the kind of memorable vocal line that you will find ringing in your head as you wake up. drop out orchestras club cut is a just that, a cut to get any club moving. in true doo style, they take a great original and create something special, but completely different. jkrivs deep&disco mix takes deep to a new low, with a breakdown thats truly epic. and finally theres mario basanovs remix. a beautiful deep house groover like only mario can supply.