Apparently one of these has just been spotted over London…
We laughed, we danced, we drank whisky, and six hours later we had what we wanted… Gold.
Pure. Disco. Magic.
Monique Brumby is the disco diva in town. No meat suit required. And it’s not Friday.
Our string section bears an uncanny resemblance to a bright red Swedish keyboard complete with tiger stripes. Amazing.
One of the things I practiced during the writing of song 16 was the art of invisibility… Nick plays on completely unaware the super-powerness of his partner in crime…
Disco Inferno. Here’s how to take one of the all time classic disco bass lines and turn it into 7 minutes of dance heaven. This sequence revolves purely around the bass line.
And that meant one thing… a killer bass line.
We nailed the writing of song 16 pretty quickly. This was ideal as it gave us plenty of time to nut out the very best parts for each instrument.
The bass part in a disco track can make or break the song. Think Disco Inferno. We play everything live, no programming. It took around 3 hours for Nick to work out the bass part that he wanted to play on the track and record it.