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Purple Disco Machine releases his debut LP, ‘Soulmatic’


Tino Piontek aka Purple Disco Machine has released his highly anticipated debut LP, ‘Soulmatic’, via Australian tastemaker label, Sweat It Out.

He has been shaking up the world of dance music since the 2009 conception of his highly successful disco house project. Over the years, the Dresden-born artist has racked up numerous accolades and achievements.

With all of this success and experience under his belt, the talented German decided the time is now to release his 13-track debut long-player, which comprises of a stellar collection of tracks that touches on all aspects of disco from traditional disco house grooves, through to funk, soul, boogie, nu disco and indie dance jams, showcasing Purple Disco Machine’s own unique sound whilst also giving a nod to past legends such as; Chic, D-Train and Patrick Cowley plus modern contemporaries like Daft Punk, Todd Terje and Tuxedo.

Overall, ’Soulmatic’ is a very uplifting and entertaining listening experience, ideal for both club and home environments and features some superb collaborations including Faithless, Karen Harding, Lorenz Rhode and more.

You can listen to the album in full below…

01. Purple Disco Machine – Music In You (Ft. Lorenz Rhode)
02. Purple Disco Machine – Body Funk
03. Purple Disco Machine & Boris Dlugosch – Love For Days (Ft. Karen Harding)
04. Purple Disco Machine – Pray For Me (Ft. CeeLo Green)
05. Purple Disco Machine – Devil In Me (Ft. Joe Killington & Duane Harden)
06. Purple Disco Machine – Play
07. Purple Disco Machine – Take It Easy (Ft. Crush Club)
08. Purple Disco Machine – Soulmatic
09. Purple Disco Machine – Mistress (Ft. Hannah Williams)
10. Purple Disco Machine – Falling Down (Ft. Ella)
11. Purple Disco Machine & Faithless – Let The Music Play
12. Purple Disco Machine – Memphis Jam (Ft. Kool Keith)
13. Purple Disco Machine – Encore (Ft. Baxter)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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