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Top Artists of 2019

The end of year lists are our favourite time of the year here at Traxsource. It’s an invaluable chance for us to dig through and revisit some of our best-loved tunes from the past 12 months, from tracks of the summer that rocked global dance floors to ones that spawned new genres, those that made an impact on the scene to guilty pleasures and those that will go down in history as future classics. It’s an insightful snapshot from working DJs, for anyone who wants to relive the annual musical moments within the genres we cover.

Our team works extremely hard to collate a massive amount of sales data, musical knowledge and A&R expertise to showcase a who’s who for the year, and this year’s top list highlights artists from all over the world, producing music across the House spectrum from Deep and Tech House through to Soulful, Disco and Afro. Of course the best part of compiling these lists is championing a new generation of producers, artists we’ve had our eyes and ears on and who are ready to break through over the next year and we’re excited to share some up-and-comers with you, as well as reward the long-standing veterans of House music.

So read on to find out who was making noise in 2019, this is our definitive run down of the Traxsource top Artists of 2019.
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The Italian trio are no strangers to our charts onsite, having held our #2 Nu Disco spot in 2018. 2019 sees them at #33 in Soul Funk Disco, #28 in House and #3 in Nu Disco, making yet again another similar impact on the charts, raking in a huge 10 productions in the Nu Disco top 200 and one in the overall 200. As usual, their output was wide-ranging and with heavy focus on their own Re-Tide Music, which has become a go-to for fresh revisits of 60/70 & 80s classics, alongside the likes of Cut Rec, Body Heat, Blacksould Music, Soulfuric and many more. Important tracks this year included ‘Let’s Go To The Disco’, ‘Coffee Is The Cola’ and our favourite, their rework of Paradise Garage classic - Jimmy Ross’s ‘First True Love Affair’. They’re in at #30 overall this year, and we hope to see them even higher for 2020.
Our #1 Jackin House Artist this year! Spacedisco released a constant stream of quality music throughout 2019 including plenty from label boss Hatiras himself. One of his biggest this year was the underground shuffle of ‘New Jack’ with Vincent Caira and a #1 for his Angelo Ferrari collaboration ‘Soul On Fire’. The pair also hit the #1 spot with their Philly-tastic ‘Toronto Nights’ on Mood Funk. Spacedisco also released Hatiras’ massive ‘Never Had This Feeling’ which was a huge dance floor hit at the start of the year and his jazzy ‘Chloe Corona’, which seemed to be charted by pretty much everyone on the scene. In a year in which the quality of releases was extremely high and the competition was fierce, the award-winning Hatiras stands out as a producer with one eye tightly focused on the dance floor and the other on developing, updating and redefining the Jackin sound. His place as this year’s #1 Jackin artist is well deserved, as is a spot in the top 30 Artists of the year.
The Swedish producer had a noteworthy release year in 2019, with eleven tracks in the Soul / Funk / Disco Top 200 and two in the Top Overall Chart too. His supremely funky remix of Kraak and Smaak’s ’24HR Fling’ featuring Wolfgang Valbrun and his tasty re-rub of Sylvester’s ‘I Need You’ were both big on dance floors worldwide this year along with his update of ‘Make Me (Go Crazy)’ by Change on Nova. He also found the time to drop an excellent and well-received DJ mix album ‘Poolside Ibiza 2019’ via Toolroom. He’s #40 in Soulful but #5 in our Soul Funk Disco artists of the year and sitting firmly in the to 30 overall.
Our #58 House artist and #3 Tech House artist this year, and it’s easy to see why. The Londoner released a huge amount of work over the last 12 months via respected imprints like Glasgow Underground, DFTD, Lapsus Music and Armada Subjekt and a whopping 7 tracks / remixes finished in our Tech Top 200 list this year. Vocal-heavy workouts like ‘Shined On Me’ prove CASSIMM is an artist that’s here to stay and his remix of ‘Reach’ by The Deepshakerz feat Robert Owens came in at one of the most popular Tech House tracks of the year on the site. With support coming in on his music from all sides, including the likes of Sam Divine, Kevin McKay, Tough Love and Todd Terry, it seems we’re not the only ones excited for what’s to come.
Timmy Regisford is still a legend, and still at the top. He wowed us with two full albums this year, ‘Life Music’ with Toshi and ‘7PM (The LP)’ both via DJ Spen’s Soulful house imprint Quantize and ‘Fadjamou’ from 7PM charting in the most popular tracks of the year in Afro. His Quantize release ‘Falling In Love’ was one of the most popular tracks of the year, hitting the number one spot in our Afro House chart early in the year and ending the 15th most popular Afro House #1 on the site. Regisford’s music regularly garners support from the likes of Louie Vega, DJ Spen and Kevin Yost and this year we witnessed him making a real dent on the charts. He’s ended up our 64th Soulful House artist, 3rd Afro House Artist and 26th Artist overall this year.
Coming in at #25 are PEZNT, the Croatian duo Tom and Mark: Blacksoul and Mark de Line, and the big news for them in 2019 was their debut album release, the 16 track ‘Paid In Full’ on Blacksoul Music. Particularly strong tracks from the pair this year included ‘Burn’ with Alaia and Gallo with its combination of slamming drums and soul-piano, and their percussive DFTD release ‘Freedom’. On the remix front, PEZNT remixed David Penn’s ‘Disc-Jocky’ for Urbana, delivering an effects-laden space-age house jam, they turned up the heat for a euphoric remix of Jocelyn Brown, Martha Wash and Todd Terry’s ‘Keep On Jumping’ and had their music released on Big Love, Downtown Underground and Strictly Rhythm.
Our #2 Afro House artist of the year, and #24 overall. It’s been non-stop for FNX Omar, who’s been on a massive remix streak, chalking up hits on Nervous, Foliage Records, MoBlack Records and United Music Records (amongst others). He finished off the year with a huge 7 tracks making it into the top 200 Afro House list, reworks of CJ Jeff’s ‘Daylight’, Ralph Falcon’s ‘I Need Someone’, David Harness’s ‘The Deejay’s An Alien’, Mozaik’s ‘Idjewena’ and Jeangu Macrooy’s ‘Aisa’ whilst his remix of ‘Kuar’ by Emmanuel Jal (released at the end of last year) remained in our charts for months, finally finishing #8 in our best-selling tracks of the year for the genre. If he continues in the same vein next year, we’ll be seeing him a lot further up this chart.
House music royalty, the master Todd Terry is another artist in this list that needs no introduction. It was great to see him having such a big year in 2019, serving up more club-friendly, guaranteed floor fillers like his remix of Basement Jaxx’s ‘Fly Life’ or Roberto Surace’s ‘Joys’ on Defected. He’s our #10 House Artist for 2019 and three of his tracks ended in the Top 200 House list. Plus, an extra special mention; Terry landed the number one track on site overall for 2019, along with Louie Vega and Kenny Dope with a remix of Childish Gambino’s raw anthem ‘This Is America’. Todd Terry remains a very important part of the scene in 2019.
Michele Mingo & Andrea Tonici, AKA Micky More & Andy Tee have secured big releases across House, Nu Disco and Soulful this year and three remixes in particular shone for them in 2019: their take on Miguel Migs featuring Aya’s beautiful ‘So Far’, their funky feel-good mix of Richard Earnshaw ‘Feel Love’ and their floor-filling remix of Jestofunk’s ‘I’m Gonna Love You’. The Italian DJ/production duo have made their marks on our end of year lists, coming in at #25 in House, #21 in Nu Disco and #17 in the Soulful House artists of the year and we’re pleased to be able to include them in the top 30 for the overall artists of the year.
A House music soldier, there’s literally nothing stopping Joeski. He’s 30+ years deep in the game and 4 of his productions feature in this year’s Tech Top 200 list, the usual deep, tribal rollers he’s so well known for. His standout release this year ‘Hey Fellas’ claimed the #1 spot on our top Tech tracks this year, finishing #3 in the Tech House #1s. 2019 also marks a very special year for the NYC local as his Maya Records also celebrates a massive 20 years, and he dropped his debut album of original material ‘20 Years Of Maya’ to celebrate the anniversary. We’re celebrating with him, with a #2 position in Tech for him this year, along with #21 overall.
The Freerange / Delusions of Grandeur boss had another strong year with plenty of remixes and original tracks and his label Freerange scored four tracks in the final Top 200 Deep House of the year, including the three-track Jimpster ‘Curve’ EP with its lush title track, along with his jazzy shuffle of his remix of ‘Azucena Malagon’ from Felipe Gordon and a restrained re-rub of Atjazz and Jullian Gomes’ ‘It’s My Time’. A mention has to go to the Jimpster remix of Eben Rees’ ‘Bongo Boulevard’, another one of the perfect Jimpster blends of rich instrumentation and dance floor dynamics we know and love him for. He sits at #5 in our Deep House Artists of the year and comes in at #20 in our overall artist chart.
Kevin McKay runs the legendary Glasgow Underground label, and released a substantial quantity of top quality house (and tech) music this year with ten tracks in the Top 200 House tracks, four in Tech and four in the Overall Top Tracks. Among the most notable were a remake of dance music standard ‘I Feel Love’ by Start The Party, a serious collaboration with Spanish House Don David Penn, the Gospel-flavoured ‘Hallelujah’ and his latest artist album ‘No Samples Were Harmed In The Making Of This Record’, a project to re-record a number of classic tunes. He’s in at #15 in our Tech House Artists of the year, and up to #6 in the House Artists of the year as well and as the Glasgow Underground brand continues to go from strength to strength, we’re happy to see Kevin in this list once more, showcasing both the fine-tuned A&R skills and production experience he’s worked hard to build. Way to go Kevin.
Angelo Ferreri, the Italian Jackin House maestro, #1 Jackin artist 2017 and 2018, has been a mainstay in the Jackin and House scenes again this year, with a series of pitch-perfect Jackin #1s and a rightful #2 position in the genre again for 2019. Angelo got to the #1 Jackin spot on site with ‘Toronto Heights’ in collaboration with Hatiras, which they put out on Angelo’s Moon Funk label, along with Angelo's collab with Seph Martin ‘Magic’ a rousing piano jacker that immediately picked up plenty of DJ support and another #1. Aside from his #1s in the Jackin category, he scored big in House too, finishing 9th in the House Artists of the year as well. The Let There Be House label released his ‘Funky Touch’ remix of Peter Brown’s ‘I’m Going To Hold On’ and Big Love put out his DJ weapon of a remix of Soul Avengerz and Supa Hi’s ‘Running Away’. All this and he also found time to put together releases for his DISCO TOWN project with Moon Rocket as well, including the irresistible swing of their ‘Running Out’ track from June, and recent ‘Melodie’ on Peppermint Jam. A year of quality releases for Mr Ferreri and he sits firmly in our top 20.
One of the Godfathers of the scene since the very early days, Osunlade just keeps on getting better. 2019 saw no exception to his brilliance. Landing in 3 of our genre Top Artist Charts: Afro, Soulful and Deep House. We saw big remixes to compliment his original work. Also 2019 saw his new po-lar-i-ty which is the brain child of Osunlade and Burlie Mac; a collaboration that explores sonic nuances of polar opposites. A master craftsman at the top of his game.
Last year’s #1 Traxsource Nu Disco artist Dr Packer came straight back in to the top two for the genre, having had an unrelenting year of touring and releasing with the Defected / Glitterbox crew. He shot out releases via Seamus Haji’s Big Love, Joey Negro’s Z Records and Midnight Riot and king of the re-edit Dr Packer went on to make two tracks in the overall chart of the year and an impressive thirteen tracks in the Soul / Funk / Disco Top 200 as well. It was his Nu Disco work that stood out for us though, 9 entries into the Nu Disco top 200, with stand out gems like his M2MR release ‘Just Can’t Take It’ and his remixes of Loleatta Holloway’s ‘Hit and Run’ and Kevin Sylveter’s ‘Everything She wants’, which even made it into the overall top tracks of the year. Overall Packer finished impressively #81 Soulful House, #3 Soul Funk Disco, #2 NuDisco and #16 Overall artist of the year… Here’s to many more Greg!
Another year, another place for DJ Spen, the DJ and producer extraordinaire who’s work has earned him a lifelong place in the hearts of the Traxsource audience (and most of House music’s fans in general). In 2019 he had a healthy output, landing several tracks in the Top 200 Soulful House and a new Jasper Street Co. album ‘Rejoicing’ produced alongside Teddy Douglas, an irresistible compilation of eleven killer deep and soulful cuts. He worked with Tasha LaRae on their sophisticated reworking of ‘Wish I Didn’t Miss You’ which came out on his Quantize Recordings, a label he runs alongside sister label Unquantize. Spen and Reelsoul’s remix of Thomas Brenner and Natasha Watts’ ‘Going Under’, all earning him the #3 spot in Soulful house this year and #15 overall.
It’s been a great year for Will Bailey, splitting his time between running his Simma Black label, smashing various Ibiza and Defected events all summer and putting out a clutch of hype music too. He produced 8 tracks in the Traxsource Top 200 this year, and found himself #5 House artist of the year. His label Simma Black was home to his own ‘Make You Move’ with Lady Alma, the Johan S collab EP ‘This Is What We Do’ and his ‘Spaced Invader’ remix with Hatiras, all of which hit hard for the Steppa this year. Then there was the heavy bass and slamming kick of his Armada Deep release ‘Sunshine’ and his equally banging remix of Phil Fuldner’s ‘Take Me’ on Armada Subjekt. It’s always good to see Will in the end of year run downs, and we can’t wait to hear the next batch of Low Steppa goods.
Tim Burnett AKA Moodena has been absolutely unstoppable over the past 12 months. One of the co-founders of the iconic 90s UK clubnight-turned-agency MN2S alongside the Elkabas brothers, Burnett has been putting his stamp on dance music for over 20 years under his given name, but more recently under his Moodena alias. It’s under this name that he’s found a home of the Tropical Disco family, as partner, producer and resident DJ and become an integral part of the Nu Disco scene and regularly plays alongside dance music greats, including Joey Negro, Marshall Jefferson, Secretsundaze and Late Nite Tuff Guy to name a few. Burnett’s production output this year has been undeniably successful, with a steady stream of chart action- 12 hits in the Nu Disco top 200 end of year list and 3 in the overall 200. He’s hit the top spot on the site several times this year with his Tropical Disco Releases, including ‘Boogie Monsta’, ‘What Da Funk’, ‘Jammin’, ‘DC Heights’ and ‘All That Jazz’ and finished #44 Soul Funk Disco Artist of the year, whilst of course hitting the #1 Nu Disco artist spot as well.
Our 2018 Artist of the year and 2019’s #4 House artist (also #20 Soul Funk Disco artist) Mousse T had another stellar year of music, releasing on his own Peppermint Jam as well as taking on various remix duties, producing a dance floor destroying remix of The Vision and Andreya Triana’s ‘Heaven’ on Defected, an equally killer re-rub of Oliver Dollar’s ‘John’s Church’ and Powerdance’s ‘Powerdance’, both for Classic Music Company. The German can always be relied upon to bring us the quality dance floor goodness, and he did it again this year across both genres and with eight quality tracks in the Top 200 House and five in the overall list for the year, the producer who has now spent three decades in the business shows no sign of slowing down.
This year saw French producer Sebb Junior reel in success across multiple genres including Nu Disco, House, Soulful and Deep. He’s built on his previous successes and released several stand out tracks over the past 12 months. On the remix front, his warm, glowing take on Scott Diaz’s ‘We Reminisce’ (Blockhead Recordings) was big, as was his the sunny remix of Loui and Scibi’s ‘Who Am’ from featuring Alex Sun Drae. La Vie D'Artiste Music put out Sebb’s solo ‘Feel You Coming’ while Deepalma Soul released his equally funky ‘Throw The Dice’ which got plenty of good DJ feedback on release. The Frenchman finished #50 Soulful House artist of the year, #27 in House, #30 in Nu Disco and of course claimed the #2 spot in Deep. A fruitful year for the producer and he had to land just outside the top 10.
It’s been another really successful twelve months for Tino Piontek, better known as one-man-groove-factory Purple Disco Machine. This year alone has seen PDM take on every major dance music hub, including NYC, London, Amsterdam, Toronto, Ibiza, Seoul, LA and San Francisco, playing for the likes of Radio 1, Claptone’s Masquerade, Glitterbox, Defected and Toolroom. Tino ends 2019 with a total of seven tunes in the overall top 200 tracks, 5 tracks in the top 200 house, 4 in Nu Disco and with many top-selling and #1s tunes again this year. He put out his massive Emotions EP sampling ‘Emotion’ on Club Sweat, his first ever mix compilation on Glitterbox Recordings, ‘Glitterbox - Discotheque’ which included his 70s soul-esque take on Julien Jabre’s euphoric ‘Swimming Places’, another heavy-hitting release for him this year. There was also a sterling remix of Roberto Surace’s ‘Joys’ for Defected and a fabulously catchy remix of Lorenz Rhodes’ 80s-flavoured ‘Back’ for Compost. Funk, Disco, Nu Disco, House, he can do them all, and we’re looking forward to what he serves up next year.
Always a popular feature on our site, and in these end of year lists. Atjazz’s forays into Deep, Soulful and Afro House have earned him an almost unrivalled reputation amongst Deep House fans and this year saw him perform well across all three genres (finishing #4 Afro House Artist, #3 Deep House Artist, #39 Soulful House Artist of the year). One of Deep House’s most reliable and producers, his name a watchword for precise, high-quality productions and his output in 2019 was no different. His work in Deep, like his pitch-perfect remix of Fred Everything’s ‘Space Time’ showed a confident producer at the top of his game as did his beautiful remix of Dominique Fils-Aimé's ‘Sun Rise’, with further stand-out releases controlling the Afro charts, and ultimately the final top 200 for the genre. Our picks include ‘Ooto’ (#25) and ‘Everything’ (#11). His remix game this year was also on point, with his mixes of Dominique Fils-Aimé’s ‘Good Feeling’ and Sunlightsquare’s ‘Oyelo’ coming in at 23 and 10 in the Afro chart respectively. An obvious choice for the top 10.
With successful releases across several genres, six in the overall Top 200 and ten in the House top 200, Moon Rocket should be very content with how his year went, not to mention his artist chart placements: #34 Afro, #45 Soulful, #28 Nudisco, #3 in House and #8 here overall. He scored several top-selling tracks on his own Moon Rocket Music label in 2019, along with successful releases with Angelo Ferreri as DISCO TOWN, also finding time to contribute tracks to Peppermint Jam. Lots more where this came from please!
After breaking through in 2016 with the undeniably dancey ‘Disco Connection’, the Italian has been steadily upping his game year on year, and last year it was his releases on Enzo Siffredi’s Wired label that caught eye first and foremost, with “I C U” finishing #4 among the best Tech tracks of the year, whilst “OtherSide” hit the main #1 spot on site upon release and wound up #3 best-selling Tech track of the year. 2019 was another extremely successful year for the Italian with releases and remixes on some of the very best labels in Tech and House, including DFTD and Defected, Motive, Glasgow Underground, Let There Be House and Milk & Sugar. His productions and remixes were felt at every stage of the Tech / House charts this year, specifically, with a huge 8 ending up in the top 200 Tech tracks (including ‘Mucho Mas’ and is remixes of Pirupa’s ‘How Many Times’ and ‘Cali Soul’ by Crazibiza) and ‘Mono Tono’ via Siffredi’s Wired (this year’s best-performing Tech House track on the site), all earning him the #1 spot in the genre, #7 in House and #7 overall.
Michael Gray’s dance music credentials are rock solid, 2 decades in the biz, Grammy-nominated for his work as one half of production duo Full Intention and a very well-respected producer in his own right. One whose productions you’ll have heard across every major (and every underground) radio station going for the past two decades. The veteran artist charted 3 entries in the Nu Disco 200, finishing #14 Nu Disco Artist of the year, whilst six of his tracks made it into the Top 200 Soul / Funk / Disco. Two of these made it into the Traxsource overall top 200 releases and he also scored the overall Soul / Funk / Disco release in the shape of his update of Sylvester’s ‘You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)’ on his own Sultra Records. Other big tunes for him this year included a series of slick remixes; Mahogany’s ‘Ride On The Rhythm’ and Raw Silk’s ‘Just In Time’ on West End were both faithful retakes on the originals and he also turned in a huge remix of ‘Take Me To The Top’ by Advance on Sultra, the result of these being a #2 spot in the Soul Funk Disco end of year chart.
New York’s Doug Gomez finished #7 in the Soulful genre this year and claimed the top spot in Afro House. The Merecumbe Records boss has been honing his craft since 1987, perfecting his unique brand of Soulful Afro House, heavily influenced by latin and afro percussion and his Columbian heritage and 2019 really witnessed him ramp up his output. Gomez has six tracks in the 2019 Top Soulful House chart and nine in the Afro genre too, plus 17 tracks in the same chart from his label Merecumbe Records. In a year of outstanding music, his pristine ‘You Gotta Believe’ with Lee Wilson and ‘Can’t Be With You’ with Earl W. Green and were big for Doug and he also turned in some killer vocal and dub remixes on Dennis Ferrer and K.T. Brooks’ ‘How Do I Let Go’, alongside ‘Ritmo Sagrado’ and his reworks of Ambrosia’s ‘Happy’ and George Lesley’s ‘I Smile’. It’s a much-deserved top 5 spot for an artist at the top of his game.
Placing just outside the podium, Urbana Recordings boss David Penn has become a regular fixture for these end of year lists. David has managed an impressive eight tracks in the Top 200 overall tracks of the year, nineteen (!) in the Top 200 House and several Traxsource #1s throughout the year. He’s had three big Defected tunes this year: his remix of Sophie Lloyd and Dames Brown’s‘ Calling Out’, his huge Gospel-esque piano-anthem ‘Stand Up’ featuring Ramona Renea and his fresh take on Pete Heller’s classic ‘Big Love’. Consistent production standards, high-quality songs, super-catchy riffs and unmistakable grooves are all the hallmarks of a producer who is at the absolute top of his game, and are the reasons that David Penn is in the top 5.
An undisputed House music legend, an introduction for Louie Vega almost seems a little futile... As ever Louie Vega appears on many of our end of year charts across several genres, this year picking up #7 in Afro, #7 Soul Funk Disco and the coveted #1 spot in Soulful as well. In the Soul / Funk / Disco arena he had seven tracks in the final Top 200 including his follow-up to last year’s successful NYC Disco album on Nervous, ‘The 45s Vol 1’, a collection of 7-inch versions of his hits from the previous year. In Afro he produced the #1 best-selling record for the year, his remix of Josh Wink’s ‘Sixth Sense’ (via Wink’s Ovum) that dominated the charts, finished our #1 Afro track of the year and also #9 in our most popular tracks of the site overall. However it was his work in Soulful that puts him a cut above the rest this year, totalling fourteen tracks in the Traxsource Top 200 Soulful House list, including his remix of one of disco’s most influential tunes, the Leroy Burgess/Universal Robot Band’s classic ‘Barely Breaking Even’, BBE's 500th Release. Another year of no-nonsense class from one of the best out there.
Our #2 Artist of 2019 is London production duo Saison. The lads have taken the Deep House top spot for yet another year in a row, building on 2018’s brilliant year of music with a further 12 months of non-stop fire and we’ll be looking forward to seeing if they can pull off a hat trick in the Deep House charts for 2020. The pair also have the #1 Deep House Track of 2019, their sublime ‘Moments’ on Large Music, an atmospheric combination of minimalist piano stabs, warm pad and bompty-beats. Overall the guys ended the year with six tracks in the Top Deep House chart of 2019 and a total of ten in the top 200, including their stellar re-work of N-You-Up’s ‘Jazz Bar’ and an equally sparkling remix of ‘The Long Goodbye’ by Crispin J. Glover, both on their No Fuss label, which reached #7 and #6 on the Top 200 Deep respectively. The pair also remixed Art of Tones, Lumoon and Robin to great effect and put out some heavy-duty solo projects too.
One of the most prolific producers on the planet, and a name synonymous with the Disco movement, Dave Lee gets the crown this year for our overall #1 Artist. He had big hits across several genres this year, scoring himself highly in every genre he touched. He hit the #1 spot in Soul Funk Disco and #2 in the Soulful, with his material in Soul / Funk / Disco reaching outstanding heights with an unprecedented thirty two tracks in the Top Soul / Funk / Disco and ten in the overall chart. Joey’s original productions are instantly recognisable and always of the highest quality and his remixes and re-edits are pristine, sympathetic to the originals he reinterprets, and he’s one of the very best in the business at repurposing older tunes and reinvigorating them for a new audience. All of which you can clearly hear if you listen to his superb ‘Remixed With Love Vol III’ compilation which was huge for Joey this year. In a year packed with juicy releases, his Philly World Remix of MFSB’s underground disco classic ‘K-Jee’ from AC Soul Symphony’s was an absolute monster and we really loved his remix of Kathy Sledge guesting on Horse Meat Disco’s ‘Falling Deep In Love’ too.

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