During its heyday of the late 1970s, Studio 54 was the mecca of the wild and grossly excessive nightlife scene of New York City during the height of the disco era. The infamous club was an adult playground for notable musicians who loved to party, including Debbie Harry, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Elton John, and more.

Four decades after its initial run of success from 1977 to 1980, those who still run the Studio 54 brand have launched a record label inspired by the disco and club music of the late 70s. The new label’s debut release is a four-track EP entitled, Night Magic Vol. 1, and features reimagined versions of disco classics performed by Tom Bowes (former Tower of Power vocalist), Nicki B (Escort singer), Hamilton music director Jonny Dinklage, Adeline, and RickExpress.

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The four-track EP includes the tracks “Got To Have Loving”, “At Midnight”, “Loving Is Really My Game”, and “Souvenirs”, and was co-produced by Escort’s JKriv alongside Morgan Wiley (LCD Soundsystem, Hercules & Love Affair).

Douse yourself in absurd amounts of glitter and travel back to the Studio 54 era while streaming three of the four tracks from the new album via the Spotify players below.

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[H/T Pitchfork]