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Milky Disco III: To The Stars (Lo80)

by Various Artists

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After the fine response to Milky Disco 2 release, Lo Recordings brings you another selection of cosmic space nuggets to light up your life.

Featuring well known names such as Soft Rocks, Hatchback, Black Devil Disco Club and In Flagranti alongside new talent like Leo Zero, Telespazio and Moscow, Milky Disco once again explores a kaleidoscopic variety of styles, tempos and textures.

From the nu-kraut throb of Jonny Nash (Discosession), the percussive chants of Ghostape and the narcotic ambience of Oneohtrix Point Never to the amazing fried acid of Japan’s COS/MES and the soft fuzz vocal disco of Brassica, it’s a diverse but coherent journey to the outer limits.

This time there’s a mixed and an unmixed selection, usually we prefer to let the listener do the mixing but this time we thought we’d demonstrate just what it’s like in a ‘Milky Disco’.

Mixed by Jon Tye who’s been banging on about all this cosmic fried noodle for some time and specifically designed to recreate the inside of Jon’s mind on a really good Milky Disco trip.

Let’s go freak out again!

Previous blasts re Milky Disco:

‘An amazing collection of comets and moonbeams compiled by Jon Tye’ – 20JFG

‘If the gods are into music, I suspect they listen to this. The sound of the cosmos’ OWTL

‘Listen and learn’ Time Out

‘A classic Cosmic compilation’ IDJ

‘A belter, Cosmic or otherwise’ Swine

‘so good it’s useless to resist’ FACT

‘A cracking album…You could fly to the moon on these tracks’ M8

‘Space-Age disco-funk from…….reminds you how important this imprirnt is’ Irish Daily Star


released August 1, 2012


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