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Purple Disco Machine Featuring Roosevelt

Higher Ground

Purple Disco Machine has been setting the world on fire for years, and he’s showing no signs of slowing down any time soon. He has teamed up with German artist Roosevelt for their latest collaborative single, 'Higher Ground.'

'Higher Ground' sounds straight out of the 80s. It’s a club banger with an infectious synth loop that will keep you sweating on the dance floor.


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Our very own Sweat Sampler has landed and Vol. 1 kicks things off with four exceptionally Sweaty bops. Firstly, GRAMMY award-winning producer CID joins forces with Italian DJ duo Havoc & Lawn for an epic rework of America's 1972 hit 'A Horse With No Name'. Followed by ‘Come Out’, a product of the new project Saturday Love from Fiorious and Boston’s Kon, fresh off The Vision’s instant-classic Defected LP and 9 million streaming anthem ‘Heaven’. Flip the vinyl and you’ll then find the mastermind who seamlessly combines the underground with a house twist, Marco Lys, as he teams up with Sweat homestay Ben Miller for the funky crowd-pleaser ‘Give It To Me’. Top it off with one of Australia’s most adored dance acts, with over 100 million streams, Platinum and Gold plaques and numerous triple j ‘most played’ hits, Set Mo gives us the feel-good ‘Could I Be’.


Barry says: A particularly summery selection of tropical groovers and deep, housey percussion. Included : a particularly satisfying version of America's 'Horse With No Name'. Highly recommended for fans of house or disco alike.


A1. CID, Havoc & Lawn - A Horse With No Name
A2. Saturday Love, Kon, Fiorious - Come Out
B1. Marco Lys & Ben Miller - Give It To Me
B2. Set Mo - Could I Be

Australian DJ and producer James Mac joins forces with France based Vall for their Afro House rework of Aaliyah’s 2001 hit ‘Try Again’. This follows their debut hit single together 'The Boy Is Mine' which remained the #7 highest selling record on Beatport overall for 3 months. The vinyl includes official remixes from house music legend David Penn, French producer Holseek and Sydney based DJ/Producer on the rise Ben Miller, as well as the Sasson Remix of ‘The Boy Is Mine’.


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A2. Ben Miller 4am Afro Dub
B1. David Penn Remix
B2. Holseek Remix
B3. The Boy Is Mine (Sasson Remix)

Grammy award-winning DJ and producer Purple Disco Machine has shared his latest single ‘Beat of Your Heart’ in collaboration with Icelandic artist ÁSDÍS.

Combining Purple Disco Machine’s trademark disco infused sound with ÁSDÍS’s magnetic vocals, the high-energy track is laden with danceable grooves, big synths and catchy melodies. The accompanying music video, directed by NDVD, brings all of the joy of the dancefloor to life intertwining love, freedom and fantasy.

Speaking about the track, Purple Disco Machine says: “I was sent the vocals by ÁSDÍS and I immediately fell in love with her voice. I wanted to release the track as a single and we later re-recorded it together in my studio in Dresden, which was really great.”


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James Mac & Vall

The Boy Is Mine (ft. Rosalie)

Australian born French producer James Mac and Frenchman Vall deliver ‘The Boy Is Mine’ featuring the vocal talents of Rosalie, reimagining this certified R&B anthem of the late ‘90s into a hazy afro house bumper. Whether it’s the original mix or the glitched out, harder-hitting Funkerman remix – both sides are destined to light up any dancefloor they’re put before.


A1. The Boy Is Mine (ft. Rosalie)
B1. The Boy Is Mine (ft. Rosalie) [Funkerman Remix]

The gift that keeps on giving, Purple Disco Machines' 'Exotica (Deluxe Album)' is being treated to some epic remixes of your favourite songs now available on vinyl.

On show here, ‘Opposite of Crazy’ gets a juicy rework by The Emperor Machine and the one and only Art Of Tones takes on ‘Loneliness’ in trademark style.


A1. Opposite Of Crazy - Feat. Bloom Twins - The Emperor Machine Remix
B1. Loneliness - Feat. Francesa Lombardo - Art Of Tones Remix

The gift that keeps on giving, Purple Disco Machines' 'Exotica (Deluxe Album)' is being treated to some epic remixes of your favourite songs now available on vinyl.

Highlighted here, a remix of 'Dopamine' by current heavy hitter John Summit and a Club Dub mix of 'I Remember'.


A1. Dopamine (Feat. Eyelar) - John Summit Remix
B1. I Remember - Club Dub Mix

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