German artist Purple Disco Machine has shown us some of his many talents, with new ones being debuted today. A fixture in the disco and nu disco release calendar, he has also been responsible for resurrecting infectious samples, turning them into deep house and house grooves that are all his own. When he's not sampling old records, he's creating originals that emulate the same soul as retro records, with smooth grooves and laid back but compelling vibes.
Today, we have the exclusive first announcement in the Dresden-based artist's career: a debut album on the way. Entitled Soulmatic, the LP will be released via PDM's longtime partner in crime, Australian label Sweat It Out music. Flanking him in this announcement is, of course, the album's first single, entitled "Devil In Me." It employs the talents of Duane Harden and Joe Killington, and of course, one iconic instrumental sample that we - along with many artists like Pretty Lights - can't get tired of. It's passed through a variety of musical stylings, but now as it returns to a deeper rhythmic iteration, it feels right.
"Devil In Me" is out Friday, July 21st, but listen here first until then. It follows a chart-topping track on the Beatport nu disco charts, "Body Funk."