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Dirty Disco 540: A Journey Through Electronic Dimensions.

Kono Vidovic February 29, 2024 95 10 5

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In this week’s episode of Dirty Disco, I, Kono Vidovic, am thrilled to guide you through an electrifying array of electronic music, spanning the realms of house, deep house, nu disco, and beyond. Episode 540 is not just a collection of tracks; it’s a meticulously curated experience designed to uplift, inspire, and connect us through the universal language of music. With a commitment to exploring the depths and breadths of the electronic music scene, Dirty Disco stands as your weekly dose of musical innovation and joy.

Welcome to Dirty Disco 540.

This episode of Dirty Disco 540 is a testament to the power of electronic music to evoke emotions, tell stories, and create moments that linger long after the last beat fades. Join me as we navigate through the pulsating rhythms and lush soundscapes that define our shared love for this genre.

Featured artists & tracks in Dirty Disco 540:

The lineup for episode 540 of Dirty Disco not only showcases the diversity and dynamism of the electronic music landscape but also highlights the innovative spirit of its artists. This week’s selection traverses various dimensions of electronic sound, from the deep and emotive to the upbeat and dynamic, illustrating the rich tapestry of the genre. Here’s a deeper look into the artists and tracks making waves in this episode:

  • Luis León, Unseener – Seahorse: This track opens our episode, setting an immersive soundscape that feels like a serene dive into the ocean’s depths. The collaboration between Luis León and Unseener melds ambient textures with subtle electronic pulses, crafting an ethereal vibe that perfectly sets the tone for our journey.
  • JKRIV – Eversweet & Within: JKRIV, a virtuoso in blending the nostalgic essence of disco with contemporary house beats, offers us ‘Eversweet’ and ‘Within’. These tracks stand as testaments to his ability to create warmth and depth, enveloping listeners in a cocoon of sonic bliss that resonates with the soul of dance floors past and present. Read our full track talk with JKriv here.
  • Byron The Aquarius – u know why i laughhh: Byron The Aquarius brings a jazz-infused electronic masterpiece with ‘u know why i laughhh’. His knack for infusing electronic music with the spontaneity and soulfulness of jazz creates a vibrant, life-affirming sound that enriches our sonic journey with layers of depth and emotion.
  • Carlo – Wild Things & Todo Bien: Carlo’s ‘Wild Things’ and ‘Todo Bien’ reflect his profound connection with the natural world, weaving the organic sounds of life and earth into the fabric of electronic rhythms. His music invites listeners to a dance that is both introspective and expansive, celebrating the wildness and beauty of our existence. Read our interview with Carlo about TODO BIEN here.
  • Coeo – Nina’s Theme (The Berlin Skit) & Rush Hour: Coeo captures the essence of Berlin’s eclectic underground scene with ‘Nina’s Theme (The Berlin Skit)’ and ‘Rush Hour’. These tracks transport listeners to the heart of the city’s vibrant nightlife, where every beat tells a story of freedom, movement, and the unifying power of music.

Additional music highlights:

  • Harrington – Inner Story (Lone Saxon Street Rub): Harrington’s ‘Inner Story’ offers a narrative without words, using the language of beats and rhythms to convey emotions and stories. The Lone Saxon Street Rub remix adds a layer of grit and texture, embodying the spirit of urban explorations and late-night reflections.
  • Bardino – Ressonância: With ‘Ressonância’, Bardino delves into the experimental side of electronic music, crafting soundscapes that resonate with the listener’s inner frequencies. The track is a sonic journey into the unknown, inviting us to let go and immerse ourselves in the experience.
  • Moby/Anfisa Letyago – You & Me (Moby Remix): This collaboration between Moby and Anfisa Letyago on ‘You & Me’ remix showcases Moby’s timeless ability to touch the heartstrings with emotive melodies, combined with Anfisa’s knack for injecting fresh, dynamic energy into the track. It’s a meeting of minds that bridges generations of electronic music.
  • Marc Brauner – Push It: Marc Brauner’s ‘Push It’ is a call to the dance floor, combining infectious rhythms with a message of resilience and strength. It’s a reminder of the power of music to inspire action and bring joy, even in the face of challenges.

This episode of Dirty Disco is a celebration of the artists who continue to push the boundaries of electronic music, each contributing their unique sound to the ever-expanding universe of the genre. Join us as we explore these auditory landscapes, discovering new favorites and reigniting our passion for the classics.

Dirty Disco full tracklist 540.

The episode’s tracklist is a reflection of the eclectic and ever-evolving nature of electronic music. Each track is selected not only for its individual brilliance but also for how it complements the journey of the episode as a whole. From the deep grooves of Carlo’s “Wild Things” to the uplifting melodies of JKRIV’s “Shine Ur Light,” episode 540 is a voyage through the very heart of what makes electronic music so captivating.

  1. Luis León, Unseener – Seahorse
  2. JKRIV – Eversweet
  3. Byron The Aquarius – u know why i laughhh
  4. JKRIV – Within
  5. Carlo – Wild Things
  6. Coeo – Nina’s Theme (The Berlin Skit)
  7. Carlo – Todo Bien
  8. Harrington – Inner Story (Lone Saxon Street Rub)
  9. Bardino – Ressonância
  10. JKRIV – Tuesday Morning
  11. JKRIV – Shine Ur Light
  12. MUTE/Gerd Janson – Ocha (Gerd Janson Edit)
  13. MUTE/Gerd Janson – Never (Gerd Janson Edit)
  14. Coeo – The Stage Is Yours
  15. Tin Man – Nonneo
  16. Black Fan – I know I am
  17. Harrington – Too Late To Dream
  18. House Violence – Lucy Time
  19. James Curd – Walk with Me
  20. Moby/Anfisa Letyago – You & Me (Moby Remix)
  21. Julio Bashmore – Sprungboard (Extended Mix)
  22. Fred P – Embrace The Unkown
  23. Coeo – Rush Hour
  24. Moby/Anfisa Letyago – You & Me (Deetron Remix)
  25. Marc Brauner – Push It
  26. Callum George – Be Mine (Wilfy D Remix)
  27. Marc Brauner – Wrecked But Recovered
  28. Danvers – Heat

Closing up Dirty Disco 540.

As we conclude episode 540, it’s clear that our exploration of electronic music is much more than a simple listen; it’s a journey through the myriad sounds and stories that this genre has to offer. Dirty Disco continues to be a beacon for those of us seeking not just music, but a deeper connection to the rhythms that define our lives.

Thank you for joining me, Kono Vidovic, on this sonic adventure. Your enthusiasm and passion for music are what make Dirty Disco a hub for electronic music discovery and appreciation. Let’s keep this journey going, exploring new beats, and celebrating the music that brings us together.

Stay tuned for future episodes by following us on Soundcloud, Mixcloud, Apple Podcasts, and Google Podcasts. Dive deeper into our electronic explorations at Dirty Disco, where the beat goes on, and the journey through sound continues.

Until next time, keep the Dirty Disco spirit alive in your heart, and let the music guide you to your next adventure. Here’s to the endless dance of life and the beats that unite us all.

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