Disco Segreta brings you another italian disco rare holy grail. Spazio Vitale has been an 8 piece one-off studio band project from the Sampierdarena district in Genoa, Italy. They recorded and released their only 45 single in November 1977: “Spazio Funky” b/w the ballad “Il Bacio”, on the local tiny Melody label. “Spazio Funky” is a magic-carpet ride through the classic elements of funk-disco: electric bass and drums, along with guitars, choruses, three voices and the heavy use of Eminent 310 Unique and Clavinet Hohner D6 synthesisers, rendering the widely experimental nature of the late 1970s disco scene in Italy and the diverse nature of the music scene of one of Italy’s music epicenters: Genoa. This first ever 12” vinyl release will feature the original “Spazio Funky” 1977 version, along with a remix by italian synth mastermind DJ Marcello Giordani.
This release has been planned to be out for a long time and as Olya (Ready In LED) is from Ukraine, it gives us even more reasons to find ways to support Ukrainian people in these terrible times. We will donate 100% of this Bandcamp release revenues. Enjoy the music and donate as much as you can to support our Ukrainian friends.
The awaited return of Italo Deviance’s Don Marcello Giordani on Slow Motion is finally here, ready to kick you with a bang. The new single taken from his forthcoming LP “Advanced Process”, “Fase Rem”, mixes old technologies with a new production attitude, creating a floating hi-nrg number that features Ukrainian rising star, Ready In LED, on vocals. Neapolitan synth-disco-king Whodamanny rounds the release up with a remix that according to our mastering engineer “will burn down the dancefloors”.
Italo Moderni presents the final release of the year, a compilation featuring of 17 tracks from their 2021catalogue. Tracks signed by Adrian Marth, Antoni Maiovvi, Daniel Monaco, DJ Wedding, Flemming Dalum, Franz Scala, Jensen Intercepter, Marcello Giordani, Sophie du Palais and more.
Giorgio Records presents Simon Bennett and his beautiful track ‘I Wanna Tokyo’u’, which is reborn on vinyl again after 37 years. An elegant track, written and sung divinely by Lorenzo Lombardino aka Simon Bennett. Remixes from legendary Flemming Dalum and Marcello Giordani.
Italo Moderni brings Modernation Vol. 3 it’s third digital compilation. “We have edits from the likes of Marcello Giordani. Hysteric, Les Yeux Orange , Flemming Dalum, Adrian Marth etc. All tracks have been carefully edited without overdubs, in order to bring the spirit of classic disco to today’s dancefloors! in this bad situation we will adapt the edits to Name your price so everyone can buy music for free in this difficult times.”
The eight chapter of the infamous Slow Motion Compilation series, “Italian Dance Wave Disco Otto”, has quite some hidden gems to be discovered. Beginning with a track from Marcello Giordani DJ (half of the duo Marvin & Guy), that expresses a perfect Italian melancholic sunset (as the title also states), energetic, strong, but always poetic. Always following that “beachy” vibes we find The Caribbean House, serving a track that could last a century, and we would never mind. Electro hints mixing with deep and balearic vibes: ears glued to the headphones. Moreover, we have again Slow Motion queen, System Olympia with a track that could make even nuns sweat on the dancefloor: beats and bass to die for. To close this chapter, you can pamper your ears with a angry balearic track from Gallo, not suited for the more weak hearts, that’s for sure.
This 6 tracks LP travel through again into the unique sound of the early 80’s Italo Disco built with spacey analog sounds, some cheesy atmospheres and a touch of primitive Trance chords. Marcello’s taste is very clear and specific when we speak about Electronic Disco and this LP is totally inspired by artists like Farina/Rago, Sangy, Alexander Robotnick, Alessandro Novaga, Doris Norton and also from his experience collecting and playing this shit during the last 20 years.
Marvin and Guy’s Equation series has a deliciously simple premise. All the djs and producers around have one secret weapon to play at least. This series is the Equation who join together very special edits from very special artists. It will be out in three volumes in different colours.
Marvin & Guy with 3 tracks that push boundaries between disco culture & techno spirit. Ranges from hypnotic warm analog bass to pumping Italo-disco to obscure trip built around psychedelic synths & rolling bass topped w/spooky vocal samples.
Italo Deviance’s boss Marcello Giordani strikes back with a wonderful and stylish piece of real Electronic Disco. Danza Meccanica is a bass driven, snuggy slice of sexy early ’80s Disco. Azione Motoria is an hybrid between Disco and Detroit Techno, Spacey, with analogic arpeggios and melodies from other dimensions
As fantastic as anonymous Marvin & Guy deliver another amazing Marvin Gaye sample Italo edit.
Endless Flight presents the first the first two tracks from the upcoming debut album by true Italian disco artist Marcello Giordani. Classy & smooth disco house tunes from Marcello.
Marcello Giordani returns with another three eclectic edits on his Italo Deviance. You’ll be guided into a Space, Italo and Post-Punk Disco trip.
Three other edits by the Italo Deviances founder Marcello Giordani. ‘Stop’ is an Italian release from 1983 with 303, live & electronic drums, and percussions…a very Chicago feeling till the lead vocal starts so become very early 80s Italo Disco! ‘Automatic’ is from an Italian singer / soubrette called Patrizia Pellegrino… warm bass and synth pianos with a space/ flangered lead vocals. ‘P&P’ is a must for all disco lovers, taken from the break of Nightlife Unlimited Peaches & Prunes its a tribute to Ron Hardy.