RAC – Strangers (Parts 1 & 2) [Disco//Funk]


I’m sure most of our fans know us for sharing a lot of electronic and dance music, but this one is a bit out of our usual region of coverage. It certainly falls into the electronic and dance genres, but a completely different take than much of our content. I have to admit though, that while disco isn’t my usual forte, RAC has truly captured my heart with many of his tracks. After releasing countless remixes (I mean that literally, you don’t want to try to count how many remixes this guy has put out), RAC is finally here to hit us with his debut album, Strangers. The album features a wide spread of collaborations with many independent artists, ranging from the smooth electronic producers Penguin Prison and Body Language, to indie bands Tokyo Police Club and Tegan and Sara. Most of the acts featured on the album have worked with RAC in the past on those remixes I mentioned earlier. This is the first glimpse we’re getting into the producer’s original production, and it’s just as groovy as ever. While some of you may have already taken a glimpse into the albums first section (Part 1), which was already released, we now have the double-LP in its entirety, featuring both Parts 1 and 2. You can preview select tracks from the album below.

RAC Website // Soundcloud // Facebook // Twitter

RAC Strangers — Buy Vinyl/CD // Buy on iTunes

Funkadelphia Picks: “Ello Ello”, “Tourist” & “405”

01) “Let Go” (feat. Kele & MNDR)

06) “Tourist” (feat. Tokyo Police Club)

07) “Tear You Down” (feat. Alex Ebert)

10) “Repeating Motion” (feat. Karl King) — FREE Download!!

15) “We Belong” (feat. Katie Herzig)

16) “Cheap Sunglasses” (feat. Matthew Koma)

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