There’s an electricity that buzzes in the air when we talk about Disco Fries. The DJ and production duo, consisting of Nick Ditri and Danny Boselovic, released “Another World” on July 21, their third studio album under their own label, Liftoff Recordings. Remember, this is the same dynamic pair who previously danced alongside the giants like Tiësto and Bingo Players.
Another World offers a gamut of emotions and tones, from radio-friendly crowd pleasers to deeply introspective, subdued tracks. Yet, it’s “Love You Loud,” a compelling lead single that dropped on June 16, which resonates powerfully. An intoxicating blend with Ferry Corsten and Leon Stanford, the track foreshadowed the album’s diversity and ambition. It’s akin to the collaborations featuring artists from VASSY to Danyka Nadeau, each adding a unique thread.
For Disco Fries, it’s not merely about the music but the narrative it paints. Their history has a rich texture. From the momentous day in 2013 when Tiësto, under the vibrant lights of Electric Zoo, unveiled “Lose It”, they’ve been on a steady upswing. Not just content with producing hits, they even wrote and collaborated for the likes of Krewella.
It’s hard to forget their initial splash with Autonomous, an EP that proudly paraded the Halogen Mix of “Born Ready” ft. Hope Murphy. Further testament to their prowess was their melodious bond with Bingo Players, which birthed the chart-topping “Forever Love” ft. Viiq.
With such a vibrant tapestry of sounds and endeavors, including their initiative Finish My Track—a sanctuary for artists looking for the final brush strokes on their compositions—it’s no wonder they hold a revered space in the industry, a sentiment echoed by over 2 million monthly listeners.
As they celebrated the launch of Another World with a listening event in New Jersey, one can only be reminded of their unwavering dedication. Moreover, with ventures into the realms of esports with giants like FaZe Clan, it’s clear: for Disco Fries, the horizon keeps expanding, pulsating with the soundtrack of their unending ambition.