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This is an edit on D’Stephanie – Funk my Day.
track transformed in to deep funky house version.


Electroholic. Drinking booze till lose of the conciseness.

Jazzy house vibe with funny vocal sample

Pretty mad tech-house version on Adam Davenport’s song “My Return Address Is You”
Enjoy unreleased version.

Bonus Version for EP “Tear it Down” remix by Kindsadness

try Moonwalk with a pretty heavy house beat and acid synth Roland 303
MJ sample will guide you through the Disco groove…

collaborative remix Koloniari and Kindsadness house work

Cool deep electronica, Broken TR-8 drum beat. Jazzy chords

Improvisation on Quincy Jones

digging in to your mind easy house multi patterns

Spontaneous disco jam from brothers 2-Thirds (Alex and Sash)

Resampled Jam on “Betcha Wouldn’t Hurt Me”.
originaly Quincy Jones 1981
written by Stevie Wonder
Vocals, Featuring – Patti Austin

This edit is was a part of remix contest for “Love Drug” by Booka Shade

Double Exposure is an American disco era band hailing from Philadelphia, USA, who were originally called ‘United Image’ back in the 1960s.

Enjoy this late 90’s Disco house sound edit.


The bassline of that song was taken from Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now by McFadden & Whitehead.

Pino D’Angiò (born Giuseppe D. Chierchia in 1952 Pompei, Italy) is an Italo disco artist. He is best known for his hit 1980 song, Ma Quale Idea, which sold over 2 million copies in Europe.

Legendary The Fatback Band, an American funk and disco band.
Formed in New York City in 1970, The Fatback Band was the concept of Bill Curtis, an experienced session drummer, inspired to merge the “fatback” jazz beat of New Orleans into a funk band. In addition to Curtis, the band’s initial line-up included guitarist Johnny King, bassist Johnny Flippin, trumpet player George Williams, saxophonist Earl Shelton, flautist George Adams, and keyboardist Gerry Thomas. The band specialized in playing “street funk”.