Title: My Disco EP Artist: Yakka Release Date: September 3, 2012 Label: Street King Cat#: SK 184
Now Available at Beatport
The Hype: European producer Yakka is turning out to be quite the prolific Disco House producer. He’s already done a few remixes for us at King Street Sounds and this “My Disco EP” is yet another shining example of his production prowess. Seven tunes including the original “My Disco” single plus remix by DJ PP, which was featured on the recent Miami 2012 comp is here. The jazzy “Miss Saxoheat” kicks off the comp and sets us up for the deeper, funkier “Summer Day” that follows. “Funky Feedback” is up next pumping up a bit of the energy followed by a looped out sample vocal of “Grease is the Word” on “See The Light.” The EP is topped off by the recent Gary Caos Remix of “You Turn Me On” which has also been enjoyed by many dancefloor this season. Say the word!
The Hype: Yakka’s back with a fortified, funki-fied, disco-fied, looped outta sighti-fied track. We’ll leave you to guess the reference but this is definitely a fun party record. Electro/House producer Gary Caos is on remix duty jacking up the funk as well as the BPM on his remix. Hit it!
Release Date: March 5, 2012
Label: King Street Sounds
Cat#: KSS 1363
Here we are. The Miami comp issued on the year it is said the Mayan calendar predicts the end of Earth days. Well then, why not go out dancing to productions made by some of the best up and coming producers from every corner of the globe?! Lots and lots of super charged tunes of various styles will come booming high out of the stacks and striking down hard on the dancefloor. From the looped out super disco-fied musical pieces of Chilean House Music producer Marcelo Vak’s “Yes I Wanna”, Croatian producer Yakka’s “My Disco” (DJ PP Remix) and Italian House trio Squicciarini, Nick Vono, & Alexbi’s “Can You Feel It” to the darker more dramatic/cinematic tracks by Russian Tech producer PRT Stacho & Underset feat the ethereal vocals of Ange, the peak room jammer “Xcaret” by Spettro & Alex Clavijo as well as Japanese Tech prods neroDoll & Holly’s “01″, the big room builds, peaks and crashes of Samuele Buselli’s “In Da Love 2012,” there’s a peak hour record here for just about every dancefloor on the great big blue planet.