The duo return with a new remix package of their cult 'Interdisciplinary' release and pick out their essential summer jams for us
Brimming with retro vocal harmonies and disco doo-wop, the In Flagranti boys returned with the ultimate remix package of their Interdisciplinary EP, with reworkings from MODE, Marius, Renkas, Bear Damen and Jaguar Trax on their very own Codek Records after first hitting the shelves with a Gildas Kitsune Club Mix (and of course a Jerry Bouthier edit). Here we get the top five summer hits from one half of In Flagranti, Alex Gloor...
Five Essential Summer Disco Jams From In Flagranti
1. Sumeria - Why Must There Be An End (1977) -
A classic mellow Paradise Garage record Larry Levan would play when I used to go there in 1984
2. Tangerue - Doin your own thing (1979) -
This really grew on my after I made a In Flagranti Instrumental edit back in 2002. A nice and smooth disco jam.
3. Persia - Inch By Inch (1979) -
Another one of those mellow Larry Levan records I used to dance to at Paradise Garage in New York in the early 80s.
4. Denise LaSalle - Try My Love (1980) -
A Daniele Balldelli classic nice downtempo disco tracks I remember from is Cosmic Tapes we played endlessly.
5. The Salsoul Orchestra Westside Story Medley (1978) -
The record with timeless "monster disco break". All the Oldschool Disco DJ played it back in the days, Ron Hardy, Larry Levan, Walter Gibbons, DJ Discotizer.