With a club-ready groove to swoon over, Rod Stewart’s 1978 disco-rock crossover, Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?, remains a timeless classic.
From epic disco rhythms for Chic to sophisti-funk session work, the best Bernard Edwards basslines prove why he’s a master of funky grooves.
A pure blast of floor-filling panache, Chic’s debut single, Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah), subverted disco’s escapism.
Chic’s funky, upbeat music went beyond the dancefloor, bringing disco to the mainstream and leaving an influential legacy on pop culture.
‘Elysium’ is perhaps one of the most personal Pet Shop Boys albums. Its release also marked a major turning point for the musical duo.
Recorded when he was still a teenager, ‘For You’ introduced Prince as a precocious young artist who was already ‘streets into the future’.
For their follow-up to Le Freak, Chic’s dancefloor classic I Want Your Love aimed cupid's arrow straight at the heart of the disco scene.
A delirious mix of funk and R&B with lyrical nods to UK art-rock, Chic’s self-titled debut album brought glamour to disco dancefloors.
He made his name with Chic, but the best Nile Rodgers songs can be found scattered across records by Bowie, Madonna and more…
With a taste for velvety funk guitar tones and elastic bass grooves, the best Chic songs lit up the dancefloor for the disco era and beyond.
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