When Bleu Clair posted a puzzle-piece teaser to his social platforms in a bid for listeners to decode whom his next original would pit him alongside, a surplus of tempting pairings immediately came to mind. One of Dancing Astronaut’s Artists to Watch in 2021 has now unmasked the name, disclosing that he would partner with none other than Matroda for “Disco Tool” to outstretch a crushing train of big-ticket releases that have trailed his induction into our annual collective of skyrocketing production minds.
“Disco Tool” resets the clock all the way to pre-pandemic times. Worth noting is its initial awakening, achieved through Bleu Clair’s debut edition (from January of 2020) of his ongoing BLEUPRINT mix series, which has remained the breeding grounds for some of his most sought-after IDs in the last year-plus. Wearing its name on its sleeve and already earning some well-deserved praise from the likes of Martin Garrix and Zedd, “Disco Tool” hops into a time machine back towards the ’70s, palatably aligning Bleu Clair’s nostalgically inspired DNA of tech house with Matroda’s forward-looking finesse.
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