is the undisputed master of the disco edit genre. His edits of old disco classics and obscure cosmic holy grails are so sought after that they even been bootlegged. The remixes (f.e. for Lindstrom and Shit Robot) and the own original productions of the Oslo-based DJ are unmistakable floor fillers. But then when DJing himself the student of astrophysics is risky enough to clear a floor in a flash.
I’ve been envying Prins Thomas for this record since he found it for 5 NKR (=1$) at a flea market.
Always gives people sparkles in their eyes.
Aah, those were the days... Beautiful psychedelic soul. Skip Scarborough's best work in my opinion.
One of my father’s country records.
The saddest song I know.
Oh My God, What A Boring City Oslo Is. No, don’t know what that could be.
I can’t stand still to this track, guaranteed to get me on the dancefloor.
One of the first real sample based disco tracks I’ve heard. I actually thought he did that bassline himself... haha...
Don’t know why I like this track, but for some reason I do.
Valuable in terms of eBay hysteria.
I’d kill for that groove!