Celebrating one year of Disco Tropicana Records!

We are celebrating our first anniversary and 10th release with a special record: a remix of a song by Swedish funk band The Neon Romeoz, remixed by The Groove Supplier. Not only that, band members of Prince and one of the singers of the famous hit 'Alcazar - Crying At The Discotheque' contributed to this song.

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It took three countries to finish ‘Play My Game’

‘Play My Game’ is the outcome of a unique collaboration of artists living across the globe and the newest release on Disco Tropicana Records. The song is a collaboration between established vocalist Shurakano, which you may know from earlier work with Junior Jack, Kid Creme and Hardwell.

Nothing But Funk releases gospel house song ‘So Good’

If there’s anything that house music and gospel have in common, then it’s this thing called ‘spirituality’. Nothing But Funk combines the best of both worlds with his new release ‘So Good’ on Disco Tropicana Records. Borrowing influences from gospel, italo disco and nu disco, he combines a big choir sample...

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Out now: The Groove Supplier – Star (feat. YOGI)

Following his successful debut release 'The Light', Dutch DJ and producer The Groove Supplier returns to Disco Tropicana Records with another funk and disco inspired dance floor jam. This time, he teamed up with vocalist Yogi to record 'Star', a song about falling in love with the most beautiful woman in the discotheque.

How one sample pack defined pop music in 2020’s

A revival of disco and retro sounds has taken mainstream pop by storm, that much is clear. From The Weeknd to Dua Lipa, from Raye to Justin Timberlake: many big names took advantage of the legacy of the 80s. But did you know that one sample pack is used so often that it has a major influence on this revival?

How Ultra Naté made the ultimate anthem of freedom

Crossover hit Ultra Naté – Free became an anthem about freedom almost immediately, being adopted as an empowerment anthem among the LGBTQ+ community, before getting catapulted back onto the dance floors as an anthem in a post-pandemic world. So how did a small idea in the studio grew into one of the ultimate anthems of freedom?

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