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A Quick Introduction to the Nu-Disco and Re-Edit Scene

We’re living in the golden age of disco. No really.

In the late 90s a Parisian DJ named Dimitri from Paris started updating long-lost 70s disco and funk (rare grooves) tracks using drum machines and sequencers. The new tracks were usually called “re-edits” by the labels and as the sound caught on over the next few years, the disco revival turned into a new sound entirely.

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