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GLASS CANDY – FEELING WITHOUT TOUCHING (Italo/Disco – US)

Two years after their 2008 release, Deep Gems, Glass Candy are back with a new EP: Feeling Without Touching (Italians Do It Better, 2010). With Ida No on vocals and Johnny Jewel on synths, guitar and production, the duo is here to give us another dose of their haunting disco. Glass Candy’s signature retro synths, dirty basslines and hyptonic melodies are back for your listening pleasure.

Glass Candy - Computer Love     

Like a version of label mates Chromatics pumped up on amphetamines, Glass Candy use and abuse 80s disco pop and synth-rock to produce dancefloor friendly tunes with a twist. Based in Portland, the pair is constantly travelling around the globe to bring their music to clubs near you.

Glass Candy - I Always Say Yes (BvL Remix)     

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U R MY DISCO // vol.4

U R MY DISCO 4 is out now!!

Download the whole mix here: http://www.mediafire.com/?cccqauebk1vd9q1

Tracklist as follows:

01 Phoenix – Lisztomania
02 Glass Candy – Ms Broadway (Remix)
03 Royksopp – What Else Is There (Jacques Lu Cont Remix)
04 Peaches – I Feel Cream
05 La Roux – Bulletproof
06 Van She – Strangers
07 CSS – Move (Cut Copy Remix)
08 Guy J – Lamur
09 Pnau (Feat. Ladyhawke) – Embrace
10 Lykke Li vs Kings Of Leon – Knocked Up (Death to the throne Remix)
11 Dragonette – Fixin To Thrill
12 Numero – Tout Est Parfait
13 Golden Bug – Barbie’s Back
14 Luomo Feat. Apparat – Love You All
15 Faker – This Heart Attack (Miami Horror Remix)
16 Royksopp – The Girl and the Robot
17 WhoMadeWho – Keep Me In My Plane
18 Lost Valentinos – Nightmoves (Knife Machine Remix)
19 Brundtland & Pehrson (Feat. Annie) – Geared Up

GLASS CANDY – ANIMAL IMAGINATION (Disco/Electro – US)

Glass Candy is an American nu-disco duo from Portland that formed in 1996. Johnny Jewel plays guitar, synths and produces most of the music on old-school analogic gear, while charismatic front woman Ida No sings vocals.

Glass Candy’s work is quite difficult to define, their music can be dark and disturbing at times and other times upbeat and almost carefree. The only thing that’s for sure is that the songs’ repetitive lyrics and polished beats have a strong hypnotic effect, that makes you want to play them on repeat and drown in the sound.

Glass Candy - Animal Imagination     

While the band’s early work blended noise rock with electropop, their later work incorporates Italo disco. They have released a number of albums since the early 2000s, their most recent being 2008’s Deep Gems.

Give Glass Candy some Facebook love or visit them on MySpace for more info and tour dates. You can buy their music on Glass Candy