catalyst: discoliscious

Recorded live here at the station in 2017-06-18, Father’s Day in many countries.

Since there are lots of fathers out there that grew up in the Disco era, I thought it would be fun to do a disco-themed set – BUT, make it more modern by using either reworks of old Disco tracks that are more DJ friendly, or fully-new Nu-Disco / Indie Dance tracks.

I had a TON of fun playing this set. I hope you enjoy it, too. Thanks to the listeners in chat (especially Miguel, who came up with the name for this set!)


  1. Love On Hold (Dimtiri From Paris DJ Friendly Re-Touch) by Dimitri From Paris, Tawatha Agee, Aeroplane
  2. You Can’t Stop The Groove (Original Mix) by Da Lukas
  3. Let’s Do It (Original Mix) by Used Disco
  4. Like A Fool (Fred Everything Lazy Vox) by Fred Everything, Crazy P
  5. No More Apologies (Micky More & Andy Tee Remix) by Yakka, Angelo Ferreri, Micky More, Andy Tee
  6. You, I & The Music (Extended Mix) by Junior Sanchez
  7. Lola’s Theme Recut (Purple Disco Machine Remix) by The Shapeshifters, Purple Disco Machine
  8. Studio 54 (Original Mix) by KPD
  9. Found Love feat. Melonie Daniels Walker (Sami Dee’s 67 East 3rd Street Remix) by Melonie Daniels Walker, Blind Colors
  10. Stomp Your Feet (Hot Toddy Remix) by Hot Toddy, Joey Negro
  11. This Is Disco (Original Mix) by Hatiras
  12. Can’t Hide Love (Scott Wozniak Remix) by Wind & Fire, Earth
  13. Good Vibrations (Main Mix) by Mark Farina, Homero Espinosa
  14. Only When I’m Dancing (Hifi Sean Remix) by SATE, Hifi Sean
  15. Get Up and Boogie by Babert
  16. Sweet Sweet Love (Original) by DeezBootz
  17. Such An Ease by Jay Potter, DJ Queen B
  18. September (Original Mix) by Wind & Fire, Throttle, Earth
  19. I Didn’t Mean To Turn You On by Cherrelle
  20. Angel In Love (Original Mix) by Beebar
  21. I Think I’ll Do Some Stepping (On My Own) (Opolopo Rework) by Sandy Barber
  22. Set It Out by Purple Disco Machine, Boris Dlugosch
  23. My Cherie Amour (Scott Wozniak & Master Kev Remix) by Stevie Wonder

Spinner of a broad variety of electronic music, but with a core love for deep house, really good electro / techno (for dancing), and trap / dubstep (as long as it's melodic, and epic.)

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