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DiscoTech Releases Devastating EP

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​If you aren't aware of DiscoTech, the production trio is compromised of Midwesterns Joe Maz (who relocated here recently) and Gigamesh, along with local boy Danny Daze. Together they've produced remixed from Classixx, Kanye West, Britney Spears, Lykke Li, and more.

Well now the group is also releasing their own material, including their first EP, Devastating, which includes the heavily played "IMMIA (We Know How to Play)," an party anthem ode to the Magic City that's nowhere nearly as annoying as that other party track from those guys from California.

The release also contains the tracks "La Gente" and "She's Devastating." It's available now via iTunes and Beatport.

Also, available for purchase via Beatport is their released with San Francisco duo WhiteNoize. Fingered Radio features the collaboration "No Worry," a nu-disco, electro track with plenty of energy to make this a future dance floor staple.

After the jump, you can stream "IMMIA (We Know How to Play)" just to give you a taste.


DiscoTech - "IMMIA (We Know How to Play)"

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