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PURPLE DISCO MACHINE REMIXES THE HUMAN LEAGUE’S CLASSIC ‘DON’T YOU WANT ME’

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE REMIXES THE HUMAN LEAGUE’S CLASSIC ‘DON’T YOU WANT ME’

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE REMIXES THE HUMAN LEAGUE’S CLASSIC ‘DON’T YOU WANT ME’ - available on all platforms now! Global dance music icon Purple Disco Machine has remixed the legendary Human League single ‘Don’t You Want Me’, out 19th November on Positiva.Marking the 40th anniversary of the track’s initial release, the Purple Disco Machine remix of ‘Don’t You Want Me’ sees the German talent inject an additional dose of infectious dancefloor energy while staying true to the original. Released back in 1981, it was the biggest-selling single of the year, a christmas #1 and the fifth biggest-selling single of the decade,...

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PURPLE DISCO MACHINE UNVEILS SOPHOMORE ALBUM ‘EXOTICA’

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE UNVEILS SOPHOMORE ALBUM ‘EXOTICA’

PURPLE DISCO MACHINE UNVEILS SOPHOMORE ALBUM ‘EXOTICA’ IN ALL OF ITS DISCO GLORY - out now on all platforms! With the release of his debut LP ‘Soulmatic’ released in 2017 via Sweat It Out, Purple Disco Machine gave us the first glimpse of what we could come to expect from the now world renowned producer. Responsible for a multitude of hit singles from the club world including ‘My House’, with the debut LP also birthing the massive successes of ‘Devil In Me’, and‘Body Funk’. Now the formidable producer offers a more intimate side to his artistry, inviting us into the...

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NEW SINGLE 'DOPAMINE' FEAT. EYELAR

NEW SINGLE 'DOPAMINE' FEAT. EYELAR

For his new single, Purple Disco Machine has teamed up with London based, Dutch born singer/songwriter Eyelar, who has had a stellar career to date having written and collaborated with the likes of Demi Lovato, Little Mix, Charli XCX, Bastille and David Guetta, whilst being heavily supported by BBC Radio 1, and recently selling out her first headline show at London’s Camden Assembly this coming September. ‘Dopamine’ is a harmonious combination of Eyelar’s effervescent hooks and pop sensibilities, and Purple Disco Machine’s signature bass lines and overall funk.Continuing the theme of retro visuals and aesthetics juxtaposed with the modern era,...

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