Premiere: Camino 84 – Blue Rose


Crate digger. Disco evangelist. Punk-funk purveyor. Rising Boston-based dance floor upstart Camino 84 (a.k.a. Ryan Lucht) is all these things, and a lot more.

Ahead of the August 22 release of Camino 84’s New Mutant Disco, a full-length featuring Beantown luminaries including singer-songwriter Sidney Gish and MCs KOOL A.D and Latrell James, we’re pleased to world premiere the adrenaline-fueled “Blue Rose.”

Taking a page from seminal sampledelic mid-’90s house classics like The Bucketheads’ “The Bomb” from 1995 or Armand Van Helden’s re-rub of Tori Amos’ “Professional Widow,” Lucht crafts a bad-ass funkfest wielding dirty basslines, discofied strings, cut-up diva vocals, and a rhythm that’s gonna get you.

Listen below for a contender for party track of the summer.

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