Remember the 70s? No? Okay, well, remember 12 months ago? Bringing the fun disco vibes, harking back to when parties were possible, this week’s Synchedin Spotlight is Aurea Carmina by Kevin MacLeod!

Kevin MacLeod is an extremely accomplished and prolific composer, producer, musician, and more. His work has featured in thousands of YouTube videos, films and video games. Able to turn his hand to all sorts of genres and styles, it’s no wonder we’re so stoked to feature his work on the Synchedin catalogue.

From the album Disco Ultralounge, a 21 track combination of lounge jazz and upbeat disco, Aurea Carmina features unmistakable throwbacks to some disco giants. Think Rose Royce and CHIC, all the hand clapping and string synth goodness is in there. Hang up the disco ball, push all the furniture to the sides of the kitchen, and whack on your roller skates!

This track gets its strong disco flavour from the clean, Nile Rodgers-esque electric guitar rhythm. Running throughout, familiar and bright 7 chords bounce through the track with scratchy, muted accents. String and horn section synth sounds provide catchy and memorable melodic hooks that sound fresh out of the car wash. This track is the perfect remedy for any February blues. Get yourself excited for a twinkly future of high energy parties with this week’s Synchedin Spotlight!

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