I know it’s been a while but here’s another playlist to pep up your Sunday! We’ve got new hits and classic romps to turn your regular old lazy Sunday into a Sunday Funday. We’ll keep you moving, dontcha worry about that!
Elusive disco-inducing extraordinaires Tiger and Woods have released a mix to help you stay warm and keep your body moving as Autumn brings on the cold. Fact: Dancing to this mix everyday will keep you in great shape throughout the Winter.
Daft Punk has released the official video for the song Lose Yourself to Dance which they previewed at the 2013 VMAs. Lose Yourself to Dance is from their newest album, Random Access Memories. The video is a true testament to the disco-era, mimicking the likes of Soul Train and featuring guitarist Nile Rodgers of classic disco group, Chic.
Last week we posted about a teaser trailer for Chromeo’s new album White Women. Thanks to Disco Thrill Music Club, you can hear all of “Over Your Shoulder,” the song featured in the trailer!
With some incredible synth grooves which have come to define Chromeo’s sound, it looks like Over Your Shoulder could be their next single.
Happy Sunday! Make the most out of the end of your weekend with our first ever Sunday|Funday playlist!
Each Sunday we’ll bring you a playlist that features a freshly roasted blend of new and classic boogie beats, disco delicacies, and all around fun music that will keep you moving as you stave off the Monday blues for one more day. Enjoy!
Hot Damn!! The Canadian electrofunk duo is back in all their groovy glory! This trailer has P-Thugg and Dave 1 cruising cool in a Camaro with “Just Married” painted on the back while trailing an array of synths and drumpads. It features a preview of their new song “Over Your Shoulder.”
The new album, titled White Women follows their 2010 release, Business Casual. A release date has not been announced yet.
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If there’s one thing we at Toenail Clippings love, it’s disco. There is no other music that makes you feel so GOOD.
Check out this fantastic disco/nudisco single from Australian group Midnight Pool Party. Fans of Breakbot, Jamiroquai, or Daft Punk will love the bass heavy groove behind the track. At the same time, it’s got some really classic-disco sounding strings and bells.