Cheers to the freakin' weekend. What better way to kick it off than with a feel-good house tune from Brooklyn artist LEFTI? He has a warm sound that takes inspiration from 70's disco funk, and 80's synthpop with modern tendencies. Though his sound takes notes from an older era, it stands as a true testament of time, with his innovative takes penetrating a much needed groove in our day. With undeniably feel-good works including "The Way I Move", "City Heart", "On and On", LEFTI has found his niche in merging together catchy and pop-infused vocals over funky bass lines and sparkling synths. What LEFTI ultimately does with his sound is bring it back to the basics of electronic music, seeking the night owl in us all and inspiring us to dance more.
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In his latest single, "Diosa Del Amor" meaning Goddess of Love, we're taken through a disco-fueled journey mixed with today's house elements. With horns riddling the track and a fluidity in its perky percussions, LEFTI emulates a punchiness that makes disco consistent but always enjoyable.