You gotta love uncle Distance. He always pops round on your birthday with a naughty pressie and a slap on the bum for your mum. This April, he’s dropped a beast of an EP, three tracks all as varied as a box of Quality Street. ‘Long Live the Groove’ is the beastly dancer, ‘Straight Up’ the moody roller, but hold the phones for ‘Can You Dub’, for its weird and wonderful tangy nuttiness.
Scandisco prince Todd Terje gets to work on this classic, early disco nugget from ‘77 on the legendary TK Disco label.
A record for the EDM massive with a bit more of an edge. ‘F*ckin' Huge’ kicks off with more of a slamming progressive vibe, before the chorus welcomes in a few of those recognisable main stage melodies, before the white noise ramps up again after the drop. ‘F*ckin' Huge’ has more bite than the standard cheap thrills you’d associate with the EDM sound, and with the likes of Guetta showing support, it’s further evidence the main stage is toughening up a little.
Energetic, neo disco cut from Lindstrøm, with breakdowns in all the right places. Features a bold vocal performance from the talented Grace Hall.