Mercer nods at old fashioned dancehall in retro stylish 'Studio 54' – Dancing Astronaut

French home mastermind, Mercer, has crafted his newest dance-centric concoction in efforts to pay homage to the enduring New York nightclub-turned-Broadway-theater, Studio 54. The membership, positioned in Midtown Manhattan, stood in its heyday as a beacon of the luxurious ’70s disco epoch that revolutionized the dance music scene at giant eternally.

“Studio 54” encapsulates this extremely hedonistic time interval with its sensational, violin-heavy instrumentation and plucky bass loops, accompanied, after all, with the 4 on the ground time signature which home music and disco notoriously reciprocate. Mercer is thought for combining the “old fashioned” with the “new college,” in different phrases, bringing his data of the French Touch period (the Euro equal of disco) in forging his modernized, feel-good “neo-disco” membership hits.

Mercer molded an advantageous place for himself in dance music along with his decadently dancey sound and auspicious, longtime associates, akin to Tchami, Malaa, and DJ Snake, with whom he shaped the legendary Pardon My French collective in 2015 within the title of advancing the French home emblem.

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