Glasgow-based DJ/producer Ewan Kelly, known more widely by his Al Kent alias, just released the sixth installment of his Disco Demands series. As with previous efforts, the Million Dollar Disco label boss displays his passion for unearthing rare dance floor nuggets from the ’70s and ’80s, sprinkling them with remastering magic and serving them up for like-minded modern-day cratediggers.
We’re thrilled to world premiere an exclusive mini mix of Disco Demands Part Six (BBE) – out now on CD, vinyl and digital formats – that’ll give you a taste of the back-to-the-future sound Kelly has perfected. He had this to say about his new release:
“This album, like most projects I’m involved in, was a real labor of love – I think it was first pitched about three years ago. But the business side of these things is becoming more complex, especially with the more obscure music these type of albums showcase. However, we got there in the end and I’m more than happy with the album and the feedback it’s getting.
“All the tracks are aimed squarely at the dance-floor and I’ve played them all on my travels, so I know they work! But it’s also a great album to simply enjoy at home, especially with the luxurious packaging. I have to thank BBE for being crazy enough to allow me to do these extravagant things!”
Hit the play button below and get ready to boogie.
- Ava Cherry – You Never Loved Me
- King Sporty – Fire Keep On Burning
- Jo Bisso – I Wanna Love
- Philip & Lloyd – Keep On Moving’
- Southroad Connection – You Like It We Love It
- J D Hall – Wonder Woman
- Grupo Macho – San Salvador
- Tangerue – Doin’ Your Own Thing