Diskonnekted - Yesteryears EP
Electronics, Techno Diskonnekted is a Belgian band formed by Jan Dewulf in early 2000's (2003?). Exploring somewhat softer side of our scene yet with a rather clubby approach. This release, is exactly that. While unfortunately I did not have the chance to listen to the full album Hotel Existence yet I picked this release as soon as it was available.

The EP comes with ten songs. Five remixes by such acts as This Morn' Omina, Edge of Dawn, Neuroticfish, and couple of album versions and different mixes. Almost all of them are club ready. Nice beat, very nice vocals and production of every single track. With this release you can actually notice how thin the line between our scene is and pop culture. I think the Neuroticfish remix would work pretty well in any club on Ibiza, and well... the original tracks could be played in a normal radio station. Especially with such good production.

So, any downsides? Not that I've noticed. I knew more or less what to expect from Diskonnekted (having listened to their previous albums) and I was NOT disappointed. It's a very solid release and if you're a DJ looking for some good dancefloor tunes - you should give this a try!
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Diskonnekted - Yesteryears EP

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"Great"
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Electroracle
Released 2013 by Alfa-Matrix
Diskonnekted is a Belgian band formed by Jan Dewulf in early 2000's (2003?). Exploring somewhat softer side of our scene yet with a rather clubby approach. This release, is exactly that. While unfortunately I did not have the chance to listen to the full album Hotel Existence yet I picked this release as soon as it was available.

The EP comes with ten songs. Five remixes by such acts as This Morn' Omina, Edge of Dawn, Neuroticfish, and couple of album versions and different mixes. Almost all of them are club ready. Nice beat, very nice vocals and production of every single track. With this release you can actually notice how thin the line between our scene is and pop culture. I think the Neuroticfish remix would work pretty well in any club on Ibiza, and well... the original tracks could be played in a normal radio station. Especially with such good production.

So, any downsides? Not that I've noticed. I knew more or less what to expect from Diskonnekted (having listened to their previous albums) and I was NOT disappointed. It's a very solid release and if you're a DJ looking for some good dancefloor tunes - you should give this a try! Nov 10 2013

Wojciech Król

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