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V.A. - Tropical Disco Edits Volume 1
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Tropical Disco Edits Volume 1
12" | 2017 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
9,99 €*
Release:2017 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tropical Disco's first vinyl outing serves up 4 stellar disco reworks tailor made for dancefloors worldwide.
V.A. - Tropical Disco Volume 12
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Tropical Disco Volume 12
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
By Tropical Disco 012, Sartorial and Moodena's imprint has become a buy-on-sight label for discerning house and disco lovers around the world to devour.
V.A. - Volume 21
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Volume 21
12" | 2021 | UK | Original (Tropical Disco)
12,99 €*
Release:2021 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 21.05.2021
With the promise of brighter days on the horizon when we can come together at our favourite clubs, parties and festivals Tropical Disco Records are ready to help define those exciting days ahead with the next volume in their hugely cherished vinyl series. Tropical Disco Records Volume 21 is a 12” packed with warmth and musical depth featuring four timeless dance-floor moments. The EP opens with a huge slice of organic jazzy US influenced garage in the shape of ‘Nothing Is The Same’ by the superbly talented Dominic Balchan. He’s a new name who has been making big waves recently. If you caught Domenic’s recent offering on TDR LTD 002 ‘A Touch of Jazz’ you will know what to expect. ‘Nothing Is The Same’ has a wonderfully classic feel which recalls the early days of the legendary Soulfuric imprint. A huge bassline is front and centre here providing the drive. It’s backed up by powerhouse keys and some wonderfully hooky vocals. Add in guitar licks and huge trumpet solos and this is one of the finest cuts you are likely to catch this year. Domenic is a talent to keep a close eye on that’s for sure. Next up is Da Lukas, a highly rated producer hailing from Italy, a country which is currently serving up some of the finest disco and house out there right now. ‘Get Disco Vibes’ keeps the energy levels sky high. Featuring another unstoppable bassline it’s packed with brass stabs aplenty which will cause all sorts of dancefloor mischief. Laser synths, loopy vocals and club ready drums complete a track which has floor filler written all over it. Co label head Moodena is up next keeping his golden 2021 run flowing nicely with the laid back groove of ‘Who Got The Key’s’. This one is a DJ’s dream with its effervescent keys, bubbling bass and 80’s synth stabs. It’s a track which has more than a touch of jazz running through its DNA creating a powerful and enticing sound. Expect this one to be a summer soundtrack at all the right parties. Closing the EP out is Welsh producer Toby O'Connor. While Toby is another relatively new name on the scene he’s clearly a producer on a mission with a string of excellent releases landing over the last 12 months which have picked up some serious DJ support. ‘Low & Slow’ is every bit a Balearic gem with its wah guitars, hypnotic bassline and dreamy sax licks. It’s a track with 90’s jazz funk fusion running through its veins and is perfectly placed as the more organic edges of the genre come flooding back to entertain a whole now generation. Tropical Disco Volume 21 takes you on a wonderful musical journey fusing classic US garage vibes with warm jazzy disco touches and plenty of sun soaked groove. It’s everything that club music needs to be right now as we head back to the dancefloor and look to renew and reaffirm our scene. Expect a colourful explosion of musical warmth which sees no boundaries as it unites sounds and scenes from across the musical globe.
V.A. - Tropical Disco Records Volume 15
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Tropical Disco Records Volume 15
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Swinging back from the disco heavens, London based Tropical Disco Records return for their fifteen volume, a milestone record, spawned from label founders Moodena and Sartorial, and joined by two newcomers.
Moodena introduces the record, having conjured a piece exclaiming exactly what the title tells us - “Deep Fried Funk”. It’s a consistent theme in Moodena’s work, a functional formula, yet one that’s laced with so much moody flow, exuberant live instrumentation and expert curation, his work alone has made the TD series unmissable.
Next up label partner Sartorial stylishly takes control of proceedings with “Together”. Installing a lush lick of brass, timeless vocals bring together a joyful soiree of vibrant, swish sonic curios.
On the flip, Mexican artist, Monsieur Van Pratt’s “Clavs & Trumpets” presents a purposeful increase in pace on the record. Vintage 70’s disco stabs swirl and dive beneath, you guessed it - clavs, and the most seductive, ever evolving trumpet workout.
Rounding off the record is Colombian duo Vagabundo Club Social, who bring vibrant, West African infused boogie. “Encanto Nigeriano” is all about bouncy drums, underpinned by the most effortlessly tight bass and fervent vocals, certain to lubricate any dancer with maximum effect. It’s a classy round off from a label going from strength to strength.
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V.A. - Tropical Disco Volume 13
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Tropical Disco Volume 13
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Moodena introduces the record in raucous form with ‘Do What You Like’. It’s loose, full of sass, brass and low-slung swing. Staying true to Moodena’s style, it has an effortless aura to it, feeling like a jam while when listened to closely bustles with pinpoint accuracy and detail.
‘Kool Geeza’, Sartorial’s contribution borders breakbeat, commencing with a filtered, rolling drum rhythm before a tough kick inevitably steers the track to deliver its rightful housey doings. Iconic, detuned synths overlay western harmonics and a slick bass, evoking visions of gleaming 80s movie car chases.
Austrian artist Munky Fike has put out a string of successful releases on labels such as Snazzy Traxx and Pogo House Records, crafting functional, classy deep house cuts. On his second outing for Tropical Disco, ‘Funky Disco Queen’ is one of his most considered productions, with just 3 bass notes jousting a psychedelic plucking guitar an empathetic energy is built.
San Diego based production duo Castle Queenside return to the label to close off the EP in fine style. Working mellifluous vocal harmonies into lush, charming waves, while a profound beat surfs through, ‘You’ve Always Been’ is a blissful symphony to round off an accomplished record.
As a deep, party starting package for jazzed out, groove loving freaks, this one’s essential!
V.A. - Tropical Disco Edit Volume 5
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Tropical Disco Edit Volume 5
12" | 2018 | UK | Original (Tropical Disco)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / UK – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tropical Disco Records are back with their fifth release of the year, bringing you four killer edits from the Tropical Disco Vault.
V.A. - Tropical Disco Records Volume 20
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Tropical Disco Records Volume 20
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Twenty vinyl releases is a strong landmark in any labels life most especially in these ever unpredictable days. Tropical Disco Records have reached that number with some verve. Over the last three years they have had a succession of chart-topping, sell-out releases fusing their love of the Jazzier edges of house music with contemporary disco and plenty of sure-fire club hits. So successful has the label been that they have in a short space of time that they have quickly become one of the most established labels releasing across the disco spectrum. As you would expect Tropical Disco Records have put together a very special collection of tracks to celebrate their twentieth edition. Uniting Italian producer Paul Older with England’s Tung-Sol, Greek disco don C. Da Afro and London’s label head Sartorial the EP marks all points on the European compass. It’s an EP which shows the clear impact that Disco has had across the continent and indeed that we are all united by the power of music. The opening move goes to Paul Older with his delightful track ‘Nothing’ and it’s the perfect feel-good moment. Wonderfully warm vocals, layers of Saxophone, guitar licks aplenty and some tight drum programming give it an energetic live feel as if Salsoul’s band are playing this in the corner of your club. ‘Nothing’ is a track which transcends pigeon holing and as such is perfect for a variety of situations from sun soaked day parties to peak-time dance-floors. Tung-Sol’s ‘One for Frida’ is packed with layers of brass giving it a truly enigmatic feel. It’s a track which has discernible African overtones but as seen through the lens of American funk and transcribed by a disco loving auteur. Its effervescent feel is hammered home even further with the addition of Jazzy keys. ‘One For Frida’ is as multicultural a track as you will find in the Disco pantheon and as such will see this picked up by a multitude of genre hopping DJ’s. ‘Shiva’s Chant’ see’s label co-boss Sartorial adding Eastern influences to what is already a globe trotting selection of sounds on Volume 20. Its smooth keys and brass stabs give it an undeniable charm which will see it in heavy demand with sun worshiping DJ’s and for summer playlists alike. Sitars, guitars and trumpets combine here for an intoxicating mix of sounds which help this track stand out from the crowd. Closing the EP out is perhaps Disco’s most prolific producer C. Da Afro. His sure hands deliver yet another club smash in the shape of 'Street Jam'. Powerful strings immediately establish this as a track which has no intention of letting you do anything other than dance with abandon. It’s a straight to the dance-floor combination of percussion, guitar licks and delightfully effusive vocals. Combining the best moments of 70’s disco he’s crated a sensational club jam. With their twentieth release Tropical Disco Records continue to redefine the notions of what disco is in 2020. With releases this exciting we can’t wait for the next twenty.
V.A. - Tropical Disco Records Volume 19
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Tropical Disco Records Volume 19
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Continuing to make 2020 their own Tropical Disco are back with four tracks of joyous dancefloor fervour in the shape of Volume 19 of their well loved vinyl series. The EP see’s a welcome return for the outrageously talented and regular contributor to the label Phased Groove. He is appearing alongside a debut for the equally revered Ziggy Phunk and a welcome return of Vagabundo Club Social on a release which is completed by a dynamite collaboration between Kikko Esse & Emanuele Del Carmine. This is an EP punctuated by the jazzy flourishes that we have come to love from Tropical Disco which sit perfectly alongside a prodigious selection of disco edged funk. Phazed Groove’s ‘In Motion’ is the perfect opener for this ever so stylish collection. Its dashing groove packs in everything from subtle guitar licks and disco flutes to gentle keys and an ever so sensual breathless female vocal which has likely beamed in directly from the 70’s. It’s a track which belies its laidback notions and is deceptively energetic. Expect this one to be played everywhere from Miami pool soirees to Mediterranean boat parties in the coming months. Danish artist Ziggy Phunk has seen his star rise rapidly over the last couple of years on the back of a series of sublime releases. His track here ‘Vibes of Nola’ is as captivating as anything that he has produced to date. Built around some incredible keys its funk infused bassline gives it some genuine dancefloor guile. Over on the flip Kikko Esse & Emanuele Del Carmine’s ‘Funky Tranky’ brings to mind some of Masters at Works jazzier moments as Nuyorikan Soul. Built round some wonderful live bass guitar playing its layers of sumptuous guitar and brass are a joy. Closing the EP is an essential Latin-edged dance-floor gem in the shape of ‘Calabao’ from Colombia’s irrepressible Vagabundo Club Social. Acidic bass notes and filtered vocals add the grit here. It’s a track which you can expect to be ubiquitous on in the know dancefloors across the tail end of 2020. Yet again Topical Disco raises the bar ever higher for contemporary disco.
V.A. - Tropical Disco Records Volume 17
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Tropical Disco Records Volume 17
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
11,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Over the course of just two and half years, Tropical Disco Records now reach their 17th release. They have remained utterly consistent, producing statements of a timeless and moving calibre. Moodena kicks off the EP with 'Jezebel', which keeping to its namesake, launches with floozy whistles and punchy, strutting drums. The initial drop lets loose a trumpet and plinking strings naughty enough, yet second time round hydraulic screeches and further brass send the mood through the roof, recalling golden era hip hop, funk and peak Oliver $. It's a powerful opener, no doubt ready to slay any dancefloor it encounters. Sartorial's 'Night Shade' has a haughtily proud, head-high body groove. Chimes shimmer amongst divine sax workouts and subtle keys. The live elements really come alive, sure to allure dancers at any point in the night. Dubai based Strictly Rhythm and Mn2s Recordings affiliate Conan Liquid shares his debut for TD with 'Gotta Scratch'. The bass is what sets the track apart; deep and righteous, effortlessly joined by a whirl of bold synth leads, tribal drums and playful piano dabs. To close the EP is another label debutant hailing from Russia, Igor Gonya. 'Caprice Mood' is a meaningful finisher, late 80's esque vocals elevate all surrounding elements, perfectly succinct strums and rolling bass, evoking an uplifting essence of reassurance and bliss in a troubled time.
V.A. - Topical Disco Records Volume 16
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Topical Disco Records Volume 16
12" | 2020 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
12,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Tropical Disco presents an individual spin on a genre obsessed with its own history, gently updating the sound, they engage new audiences and delight veteran heads with nostalgic jubilation.
The title track, Sartorial’s ‘Disco Biscuit’ kicks off proceedings with a simplistic yet purposeful 4/4 kick, joined by a slap bass, which is chopped and processed into a funky groove that’ll get your head nodding long before the full-force drop.
Moodena's ‘Papi Chulo’ is a love letter to the spirited exuberance of past days, written by someone who knows the depth of disco tricks inside out. Swirling strings meet glassy Rhodes and unruly sax to divine effect. As the track progresses, it’s sonic mold melts, each element intertwining poetically.
On the flip, Phazed Groove returns with true heads down business. The mix points inwardly, complementing the choppy, micro drums. The first minute of ‘Close To Me’ could happily run for the entirety of the track with a classy consequence, however, it smartly rises outward. Infectious vocals are met by a full-body bassline, making for Homeric, peak-time feelings.
More adventurous DJs are certain to enjoy cutting Castle Queenside’s slick offering in and out of the preceding tune, teasing the crowd to breaking point before finally dropping the full groove in. The drop in tempo and true rawness is a magnificent way to round off Tropical Disco sixteenth outing, a label that currently seems unstoppable.
V.A. - Tropical Disco Volume 9
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Tropical Disco Volume 9
12" | 2019 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
10,99 €*
Release:2019 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
On their ninth outing, party fraternity and disco institution Tropical Disco further establish their central place in the vanguard of contemporary disco - not only as a reputable record label, but as a swiftly ascending DJ duo playing an array of high-profile shows across Europe over the last year.
Moodena initiates TD09 with 'All That Jazz', a brilliant rendering of deeply emotive styles that classily cultivates a slick and polished sound palette. Unique but instantly recognisable as a Moodena production, it’s a slyly understated A-side, laced with scorching swagger and burning slow like a Cuban cigar. As ‘80s slap-bass picks away, vivid chords cut through the mix with a potent sense of poignancy: hearing Moodena's productions feels like listening in on a jam session, imbuing the conventional nu-disco framework with a revitalised sense of spontaneity, keeping us utterly rapt in the process.
Sartorial's 'Ruby' generates an inexorable momentum from the first few notes, summoning a hypnotic effect through seductive percussion, raunchy basslines and two saxophones that call out to one another like lost lovers across a dimly-lit dancefloor. A gifted producer who develops his craft with each release, Sartorial certainly knows how to treat ‘em right.
Two Tropical Disco debutantes make an unforgettable entrance on the flip, with Phazed Groove's 'It Must Be Luv' working all kinds of magic on a classic, bringing in propulsive drums and a wriggling bassline to truly ignite that exultant peak-time energy. Fellow newcomer C. Da Afro expertly threads together sensual vocals and filmic strings on ‘PlayHouse’. Summoning from the depths a pummelling low-end that echoes mystic rave nostalgia, he evokes all kinds of degenerate debauchery with a pleasing shudder that’ll send chills down your spine. These two are instant classics from a pair of promising artist headed straight for disco distinction.
Tropical Disco’s latest release builds on their outstanding discography with a stone-cold essential, custom-made for those who like their disco kinky, deep and dancefloor-centric!
V.A. - Tropical Disco Edits Volume 3
V.A.
Tropical Disco Edits Volume 3
12" | 2018 | EU | Original (Tropical Disco)
10,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Volume 3 from the hugely popular Tropical Disco camp… 4 killer disco gems lovingly tweaked, treated & re-grooved, all carefully constructed for discerning dancers to devour!
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