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Midnight Magic

July 21, 2010


I might be late on this one but I was looking around and noticed that there aren’t too many (blogs) out there giving these Brooklynites the buzz they deserve. I mean there’s a buzz alright (hence why I am posting this now anyway), but more on the dance floor than on the net. Midnight Magic is like an amazing incarnation of your favorite underground disco group from the late 70’s or early 80’s. Did I mention their from New York because everything about their sound, in fact, screams NY! Go back maybe 25 something years and Larry Levan himself would have probably snatched them up in a second. Mixing them up and in turn adding a few more, “dance floor”, hits to his cred. I mean this is true top-of-the-line disco, aint it? Tim Sweeney had these guys on rotation throughout the 2nd half of ’09, most notably playing them on his (Best of 2009) Beats In Space Show… Well kept secret until recently- props to Sweeney. Anyway the band includes 3 ex-members of Hercules & Love Affair (not surprised). DFA‘s Eric Broucek (aka. Babytalk) has mixed tracks for Hercules in the past and now will do the same for Midnight Magic. Can’t wait to hear more…

Midnight Magic is set to release two 12″ on the German label Permanent Vacation (Sally Shapiro, Woolfy, Azari & III)…  Also look out for remixes by Holy Ghost!, Gavin Russom, Juan Maclean…


Midnight Magic – Drop Me A Line

Midnight Magic – Beam Me Up (Jaques Renault Remix)

Posted By Moshe

2 Comments leave one →
  1. BCR permalink
    July 21, 2010 12:37 pm

    love this stuff…MM have got IT!


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