Aussie producer, Throttle, Brings Pop and Classical Songster, Michael Bublé’s “My Kind of Girl,” into his Realm of Dirty Disco.
When I come home for the holidays, I think of hearing Nat King Cole, Josh Groban, and other iconic voices echoing throughout the house. Over the last decade, Michael Bublé earned a spot among these classical vocalists, adding a fresh voice to the Christmas soundtrack. Now, just in time for the holidays, Throttle gifted us a remix of Bublé’s, “My Kind of Girl.” Bublé’s timeless voice traverses Pop to Disco seamlessly.
Throttle is a very unique artist, categorizing himself as “Dirty Disco.” His tracks are reminiscent of the late 70’s/ early 80’s disco craze with funky horns, electric piano, and groovy rhythms. It’s hard not to get up and dance after hearing something Throttle has his fingerprints on. He released his breakthrough remix of Conrad Sewell’s “Hold Me Up” last year and since then only gained notoriety. He’s remixed AlunaGeorge and funk icons, Earth, Wind, & Fire. Oliver Heldens took Throttle under his wing for a collaboration, “Waiting,” and incorporated him into his international tour. Throttle’s biggest achievement yet would have to be “Moneymaker” his most popular original song. The instrumental track was Throttle’s second solo production after “Together”. He also rereleased it with Lunchmoney Lewis & Aston Merrygold amping up the funk on vocals.
I highly suggest taking a look into the Aussie if you haven’t already. He’s a breath of fresh air and a great artist to have in your library, especially if you grew up listening to disco. With the rise of horns again in popular music, particularly EDM, artists like Throttle will only prosper more. “My Kind of Girl” is the perfect track to whip out later in the night at a holiday party. Throttle bridges the gap between Holiday-Pop and Disco immaculately.