Arabic disco Music has long been a regional staple, but its recent revival is difficult to ignore. Today, the genre is a nightlife must in the region and beyond, with tracks played by some of the world’s biggest DJs across the globe. Take Swedish DJ Seinfeld as an example.
The Swedish musician surprised fans with an unreleased track by Bahraini duo Dar Disku in 2019, marking a peak of the genre’s new era. It’s now safe to say, Arab disco has officially gone mainstream.
Now, Dar Disku continue their mission to make Arab disco more accessible for listeners across the globe, the producers and DJs host a monthly show on UK-based radio station Noods radio, And they’re not alone, if you’re looking to delve into the genre, we’ve got you covered.
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