Think way back into time, back when Studio 54 was the place to go. Youâ€˜ve heard the stories, you may have seen some pictures and you surely know the music that was played at that place. Proper Disco and Funk. People wilding out. Arnold Schwarzenegger getting his boogie on. Sylvester Stallone doing the hustle.
Well, what if - hypothetically - we could bring that feeling back?
Berlin-based band The Hoo actually found a hole back to the 80s when Cosmic Disco and such sounds had been the stuff to listen to. You could easily head down the street and for some reason chrash into a Soul train as people would line up for showing off their best dance moves. It wasnâ€˜t too much about the looks back then but more about celebrating the
music. Thatâ€˜s exactly what â€žGuepe Rideâ€œ offers.
As funky bass riffs combine with atmospheric synthesizer sounds paired with french vocals, your feet surely cannot hold still.
Next to the magnificent original, that draws comparisons to Daft Punk on a yayo-party with Rick James, the Netherlandsâ€˜ best kept secret Skylab transform the tune into a techy House-hymn that could be your festivalâ€˜s best company. Deep basses, rolling drum patterns and the funkyness of the original. A stern test to stand still.
Californiaâ€˜s Disco-funkateer Dino Soccio offers with his more chilly approach a remix for the pool parties and beach siestas at Venice Beach or Downtown L.A. as well as Ibiza alike.
Enjoy the ride.
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