The late night dive bars of New York City had long since disappeared, replaced by toweblocks and skyscrapers this place had become but another zone lost to the ever growing concrete jungle. The people had to look for new places to party, new spaces, open land where the raw disco energy would be able to travel as freely as a bird in the sky. The music had the ability to move mountains, they needed the resources to roll the first stone from the cliffs above.
Here is the latest release from the Slow Motion Records camp. Taken from Motor Cycle Boy's album 'Squalo', listen to 'Raw Disco' below:
More details on the Slow Motion site HERE.
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