"Disco" Blogs & Blog Posts

Soul of Sydney Music BlogSoul of Sydney Music Blog

SOUL OF SYDNEY is a music blog by local ‘FUNK’ Fans, DJ’s & Artis...

 
FunkySoulVinylsFunkySoulVinyls

This Blog is all about my personal life and the Music I Love, Funk Soul and...

 
Just Press PlayJust Press Play

Manchester based music blog covering a range of genre's from electroni...

 


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Watching this guy make a Disco Cube with Magnets from oddlysatisfying Originally posted by MagneticGames on Youtube, this snippy, snappy construction process is a pleasure for the ears and eyes (but apparently not so much for your wa...

A "felon" is a an infection in the pad of the finger. In 1979, Johns Hopkins Hospital physician writing in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine reported on a specific kind of felon, "Disco Felon," apparently caused by snapping ones fingers...

Dave Grohl recently confessed that his Nirvana drumbeats were swiped from disco songs. He's keeping the boogie alive with HAIL SATIN!, a new album released on Saturday with one side filled with the Foo Fighters (aka the Dee Gees) covering the Be...

Remember how Dave Grohl confessed that his Nirvana drumbeats were swiped from disco songs? Grohl is keeping the boogie alive with this Foo Fighters (aka The Dee Gees) cover of the Bee Gees' 1976 hit "You Should Be Dancing." This banger is include...

DJ PHIL TOKE SOUL SHAKEDOWN AT SOUL OF SYDNEY FUNK REUNION JAM [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]...

DISCOLICIOUS: sixty minutes of funky, kooky, kamp disco makeovers. From Nina Simone to Steely Dan, 10cc to Elvis. And behold as Ian Dury, Mike Oldfield and Gordon Giltrap get re-swished with Saturday Night glitter. Whether you're kitchen disco-i...

One of the earliest entries on this blog involved Batman 222 wherein the Caped Crusader investigates a 'Paul is Dead' type mystery - September 2007 to carbon date the actual post.. A few weeks later it appeared in Word mag' ish 56, after a very gener...