Tag: Disco

Mark Ronson – Bang Bang Bang (Rhythm Plate’s Banging Disco Edit)

The original Mark Ronson tune has become one of my favourites in the last few weeks, recheck it right here and find it in this months YUM YUM top tunes:

mark ronson and the business intl bang bang bang (album_version)


This is a fine and nice warm up tune for the early disco hours. Not really YUM YUM material but a good tune nonetheless.

Mark Ronson – Bang Bang Bang (Rhythm Plate’s Banging Disco Edit) by rhythmplate

Music sounds better with you..

Remember that Stardust song back in 1998?

Nowaday people got their headphones on while chasing through the streets. The Ipod revolution may have had bad sides if you think of social life. People have become autistics in their daily routine. But the title of Stardust’s song still finds it place in the 21. century, at least at the weekends, when those people meet to have a good time celebrating music together – for example at our YUM YUMs.

Cadillac an unsigned australian duo try to revive that Stardust message, not only with ther “Music sounds better..” remix.

[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Music-sounds-better-with-you-Cadill.mp3|titles=Stardust – Music sounds better with you (Cadillac Remix)]Stardust – Music sounds better with you (Cadillac Remix)

[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Make-You-Feel.mp3|titles=Cadillac – Make You Feel]Cadillac – Make You Feel

[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/Give-It-Up-edited-version.mp3|titles=Cadillac – Give It Up (edited version)]Cadillac – Give It Up (edited version)

So not Disco Funk

My last week was pretty much amazing, great TOP FRIEND on Thursday and on Friday I got to know that I passed my graduation exams. So now, as I recovered from this heavy weekend-introduction and the days of celebration afterwards I’ll show you my 3 favourite Disco-Funk Tunes of the past week:

First here is the this lovely Disco song, which atually made it…pay attention to the words “think I like it”! My special cue for you: Think of the opposite of “Real” Blood (;

[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/In-The-Heat-Of-Disco-Night.mp3|titles=Arabesque – In The Heat Of Disco Night]Arabesque – In The Heat Of Disco Night

Next track. I doesn’t even know were I got it from but after a bit of research I realised that it must have been a huge dance track in the mid of the 90’s. So at that time I was small rug rat listening to my “Die Schlümpfe” cassetts, haha.

[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/The-Bomb.mp3|titles=The Bucketheads – The Bomb]The Bucketheads – The Bomb

Last but not least, Jamiroquai, he’ll never die!

[audio:http://www.chromemusic.de/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/Canned-Heat-Calvin-Harris-remix.mp3|titles=Canned Heat (Calvin Harris remix)]Jamiroquai – Canned Heat (Calvin Harris remix)

Klassen Treffen Party this Friday, Dec 18th with Massive Töne Disco


The concept of this party is easy – the acts, djs, bands you grew up on, play the music they love NOW. Meaning you have a vivid mix of old and new and a transparency of who the artist really is. People don’t just show up to celebrate the old days but to catch up and see what has become of one. Speaking in musical terms – finding how the sound has developed – how much variety and openness one brings to the table and of course celebrating the old to the new. And what better time then shortly before christmas, when everyones home during the daytime and out to kick it with old buddies at night.


Kickoff is with the Massive Töne Disco, who in my opinion were among the few german hiphop bands i could play in my regular sets – meaning american, french and british music. They brought a certain freshness to the table which was lacking from so many bands in germany at that time, but things have changed and only judging by how much these guys have gotten involved into new music, their recent trip throughout the African continent – one guy being one half of electronic producers BASS ILL EURO, one of them doing all the Portuguese/Angolan stuff and so forth. You see these guys separately and combined are where its at. If you are into Hiphop or not doesn’t matter, because they cover it all with style and grace. Ecclectic at its best.

To support them, we have 2 YUM YUM veterans to back them up – local Max Mausser, who has by now built a reputation to play the most soulful tunes, packed in a oldschool party vibe and floor Big Room Don and other half of BASS ILL EURO: dj Passion.

Facts: This Friday, December 18th @ the new P1 (thats right)/ doors open 11pm.

Here’s an old track to send you back down memory lane – this is from 99 and called Chartbreaker. Still to this day i am feeling the sample and the hook – thats what makes up a classic, N’est-ce pas?


Massive Töne – Chartbreaker

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