"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...

 
Just Press PlayJust Press Play

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

 
FunkySoulVinylsFunkySoulVinyls

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

 


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After 40 years of trademark threats and general grousing, the Y.M.C.A. (or at least one international branch of it) is embracing the eponymous Village People song, Y.M.C.A.: it's commissioned a cover version from singer and D.J. Boy George to promote...

The March Madness edish of Podrophenia is up for download, and it's possibly our most eccentric session yet.. Mae West goes Rock ‘n’ Roll. Petula Clark goes disco, Reginald Bosanquet goes funky, Hawkwind get schlagerd and there's a space-pop nugg...

I find to my amazement that we haven't posted the legendary Ballet Zoom Cats, spotted doing the viral rounds again lately. Consider the omission rectified! This is, for the record, the second-best cat video ever.

Disco dancing often makes for a great video. Cats are internet gold.  When you combine the two with 1970s graphics ... well, if the internet could weep with joy, it would.  Ballet Zoom was a Spanish disco troupe formed in 1973. Many of its...

They put Infinite Yul on proper TV and the inevitable has happened: is has been improved. Enjoy this disco remix, courtesy of Dean Caldicott. https://twitter.com/medeanc/status/753910084430864384...

My band C5 rehearsing Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” last night and trying to get that Nile Style guitar part as close as possible to the original song. Basically, the chords are Bm, D, F#m, E, with the usual Chic cleverness of not playing...

My band C5 rehearsing Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” last night and trying to get that Nile Style guitar part as close as possible to the original song. Basically, the chords are Bm, D, F#m, E, with the usual Chic cleverness of not playing...