by JKriv & Lou Teti



A chunky nu-disco track with hints of Metro Area and a catchy vocal hook, the seeds of Elisco were planted in the early 2000’s when label founder JKriv and Lou Teti/Tigers on aLeash were sharing a loft space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. After an afternoon of cowbells and synths, the skeleton of the track had its shape, and their other roomate’s girlfriend was enlisted to sing the hook. She had no singing experience to speak of, but somehow it all worked and Elisco was born! Although it’s always been a personal favorite of the producer duo, the song remained shelved for almost 7 years until they dusted it off in early 2011 and readied it for release on the newly minted Deep&Disco Recordings.

Providing remixes for the vinyl release are the legendary Leftside Wobble, who turns in an extended and bpm’d-up version quite true to the original, taking the machine vibes to the next level with added loops and fx. Brighton’s Alphabet City (BlackLodge) brings the disco-boogie sensibility to the package with a deep mix that features JKriv on live bass, and Whiskey Disco regular SleazyMcQueen rounds it out with an indie dance stomper.

The digital release also includes a live guitar’n’bass-heavy mix from the one and only Munga, and a balearic synth exposition from Germany’s nu disco kings Space Ranger.


released October 17, 2011

Written by Jason Aran Kriveloff (ASCAP) / Lou Teti (ASCAP)
Published by JKriv Music (ASCAP) / Benny G Publishing (ASCAP)
© 2011 Deep&Disco Recordings



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Deep&Disco Recordings was founded in 2011 by Producer/DJ/Instrumentalist JKriv as a home for original soul, funk, disco, & house productions.


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