If you’ve been searching for a new groove-tape, then this latest two hour jam by Elly K will satisfy. Food porn vibes – I can imaging this as the backing soundtrack to a two hour long ad for ice cream, shot in super-slow-motion.
Our disco spinning home-girl Elly K, has just upped her next slice of mixtape magic: “Welcome To My Beach Bar”. I think Elly K has set herself a new benchmark with this one, for selection and flow. I’ve already tasted some Ajello and Soho808 in there. Pop this in your tune deck and get your groove on.
Elly K has crafted a follow up mixtape to one of my favourite mixtapes, which incidentally was the first Elly K mix I ever listened to. “A Lover’s Underwater Galaxy” Part 2, continues along the warm, organic disco tip, plunging into deeper grooves. Such a cool string of tunes that I am hearing for the first time – including a sneaky bootleg involving Luke Million’s ‘Arnold’. If you recognize any of these tunes, please, feel free to comment below! This mix almost makes me want throw out all of my music and start collecting disco records exclusively.
A handy little extended edit from Elly K. I finally had a chance to catch up with Elly K in Canberra on the weekend – her passion for fit disco records shines through about 10 times more when you get to have a proper conversation with her. This Stargaze tune has it all – playful piano flirting with a cheeky guitar riff, and some old school bass and percush – and a hot, soulful wail. The good old extended edit – Elly K wants us all to savour this track. Well played.
Elly K has dropped another sweet edit on us. The Crazy P remix has a really bad-ass build to it that would remind anyone within ear-shot that they should be dancing. Elly K’s re-shuffle gives it a solid instrumental intro, holding off on the vox, prolonging the four-way sexual tension between Vanessa Baker, Fred Everything, 20for7 and Crazy P…