• DISCONET.FM | 24/7 Live Disco WebRadio

    DISCONET.FM |  24/7 Live Disco WebRadio 70s 80s disco 90s dance hits from the Billboard Dance Club Play charts and EXCLUSIVE REMIXES including Madonna, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Depeche Mode, Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, New Order, Ultra Nate, Mariah Carey, Kristine W, Amber, Faithless, Evelyn Thomas, Whitney Houston, Human League, Man Parrish, Foxy, Jacksons, Irene Cara, Natascha King, Flirts, Lime, Sharon Redd, D-Train, Skyy, Jellybean, E.G. Daily, Matthew Wilder, Chas Jankel, Viola Wills, and more.......

  • 70s 80s DISCO 90s DANCE tracks

    There are more than 25,000 70s 80s disco 90s dance tracks in our music database, which are often digitized from the original 12 inch vinyl maxi singles. We are broadcasting 24/7 live in a hifi 128 Kbps sound quality. So: do yourself a favour and take the journey through dance music history from the 1970's, 1980's, and early 1990's! You'll love it!

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  • About DISCONET

    DISCONET, founded in 1977, was part of Sugarscoop, a New York-based company that also released dance records under the Importe 12 label. It was created as a subscription service that produced professionally selected and mixed disco music for club DJs, mobile discos and radio stations. Each program's content was selected by DISCONET DJs from new releases by record companies that licensed DISCONET for its exceptional remixing and editing abilities.

    DISCONET is revered as the "Granddaddy" of all remix services. 
    The first DISCONET record was released in October 1977. The original team included Tom Savarese, Bobby DJ Guttadaro, Kevin Guilmet and Mike Wilkinson. Tom, Bobby and Kevin were already recognized as DJs of the Year by "Billboard" magazine. During DISCONET's infancy, every issue consisted of club hits mixed together. Each side ran from 15 to 20 minutes in length. Eventually, the two-record programs incorporated full-length remixes and edits of individual dance records. Some included rhythm tracks.

    Among DISCONET's most notable remixers were John "Jellybean" Benitez and Tuta Aquino. The company's versions of "Lay All Your Love on Me" by ABBA and "Stormy Weather" by Viola Wills, among others, became instant dance club favorites.

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