Skip to main content
Got a Tip?


Music Sermon: Disco’s Revenge – How Disco Demolition Night Sparked Evolution In Black Music

VIBE illustrates how the black roots of disco, and how it flipped an anti-disco movement to lay the roots for even more dynamic genres of black music.

DeeJay Theory Mashes Dancehall & Disco on ‘Dancehall By Day’ Mixtape

Deejay Theory debuted a very special mix for LargeUp’s #MixtapeMondays series this week. Instead of the usual riddims, he mashed up disco sounds with dancehall for the…

Listen: Zero 7 Bring Downtempo Disco New ‘Simple Science’ EP

Zero 7 gave a few hearts and loins a hardy stir when they dropped their debut LP, Simple Things in April of 2001. Its smooth mix of blissed-out electronica and Northern…

Exclusive: ‘I’m Comin Out!’ Nile Rodgers Opens Up About His Legend Career

He was a prominent force in the Disco movement. He helped shape Madonna’s career and Daft Punk’s re-launch. He’s been penning and performing gold and platinum level hits…

Alan Braxe Talks The Moniker Stardust, Daft Punk and The Presets

Stardusted and ready to party, Alan Braxe, co-producer of what might literally be the best dance record ever made, “Music Sounds Better with You” is in NYC for one night…

Put A Spring In Your Step: Kaytranada Free Mixtape For Bromance

As Kaytranada would say, “Dance to the music you ugly muthapukkaz.” The DJ, who just released his Spring Mixtape for Bromance Records, is a little bit hip-hop, a little…

Exclusive Download: Luke the Knife “Dangerous Dance of Love”

A seasoned guitarist and stalwart of the keys, Luke Miller of Lotus, has brazenly taken his skills for arranging to the DJ console. With a disco-funkadellic flavor, EDM