The proof of the Bargrooves blend of house music gets stronger with every release. This 3rd in the new look series see's the brand laced in disco tinged house flavours. Bargrooves Disco Heat builds on the potency of Bar Anthems and Summer Sessions and presents a selection of the World's most upfront house alongside some cherry picked delights of vintage disco. First up is currently one of the biggest dance records on the planet at the moment; 'Wonderful World' by Bob Sinclar, featured here in it's finest original version glory. This is followed swiftly by a plethora of the best disco house from the like of the Labrats, new boy Marc Evans, Louie Vega's classic 'Diamond Life', the ever funky 'What You Need' by Powerhouse, Alan Braxe & Fred Falke's filtered French house epic 'Intro' followed by the Montana's and Roland Clarke's 'Music Talking'. CD2 takes you on a journey through the deeper side of disco, with track inclusions from Todd Terry, Dennis Ferrer, Full Intention, DJ Gregory and more with notable highlight being Joey Negro's freshly poured remix of Quentin Harris' Can't Stop'. Last but by no means least is the perfect embodiment of the bargrooves end of nighter. A CD full of house music gems from the past (Bob Sinclar's 'The Ghetto' & Johnny Corporate's 'Sunday Shoutin') alongside newer cuts from the Sunburst Band and Secret Sounds. Before climaxing into Disco Heaven with a nod to the originators with 3 pieces of classic disco that have been sampled or replayed into some of the biggest house records of the past 3 years: Teddy Pendergrass' 'You Can't Hide from Yourself', the Salsoul Orchestra's 'Runaway' and Double Eposure's 'Everyman'. Red hot disco house, stoked to ignite the World's most glamorous dancefloors Available on 3xCD & Digital Download.