The Best Norwegian Nu-Disco

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Arguably, Scandinavia has been ground zero for the nu-disco explosion of the past decade or so. This is in large part due to producer, DJ and Feedelity label head Lindstrøm, who was one of the first to pair the clean lines of minimal techno with the bubbling beats and juicy baselines of disco. This, of course, is to take nothing away from his peers, who include Lindstrøm collaborator Prins Thomas and dancefloor uber-crush Todd Terje. Of course, Resident Advisor does an amazing job at capturing this in a playlists takes a minute to build some momentum, but begins to crest with Terje’s classic “Eurodance.” The playlist is woefully brief, and this listener was left wanting a few more recent tracks, but it offers a great snapshot at one of our favorite scenes.