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In 204 Sets
- 12 Tracks, 1.09.18
- 26 Tracks, 2.52.04
- 59 Tracks, 3.20.23
- 12 Tracks, 47.52
From the tropics comes Whiskey Disco, a sneaky re-edit label bent on dredging the decanter for diffident dancefloor genius from latent disco perpetrators. It is loosely connected to Sleazy McQueen and his assorted cohorts.
Brother in Arms/BIA (San Francisco, CA)
Brother In Arms is crafting the soundtrack to your next evening and you don't even know it yet. A natural collaboration between San Francisco-based friends/DJs/Producers J Boogie and Deejay Theory, the well-seasoned duo come loaded with vibes ready to light up nightclubs, beachfronts and fireplaces in 2014. Blending equal parts slowed house, deep disco, modern and classic R&B, their sound is something like Grace Jones making love to Todd Terje — and we're not mad at that.
BIA saw their first endeavors on a limited edition 12" via Whiskey Disco, as well as official remixes on Heavy Roc for DJ Equal, and Win Music for Eric Sharp ft. Anna Lunoe. Debut performances as a DJ duo have included support for Oliver, Classixx, Moon Boots, Poolside, Jimmy Edgar, B Bravo, Danny Daze and more. Their edits have quickly caught the attention of DJs worldwide, with plays on BBC Radio 1, KCRW, KEXP and WFMU. Previous works were included on David Heartbreak's acclaimed "Moombahsoul" compilations, and regular DJ sets can be enjoyed at their resident "Night Moves" party with partner Papa Lu at Monarch in San Francisco.
Whiskey Disco #23 tugs at a variety of tempos. Brother in Arms is the new project between Bay Area selectors J Boogie and Deejay Theory. They have armed us with two supremely sexy joints, both clocking in at the right tempo for fireside cohort. The flip also Introduces a new duo, Paradise Valley, comprised of famed Canadians The Noodleman and Fake Glasses. They take the tempo to the north with subtle acid disco licks, it is music to the ears at Whiskey Disco towers ...