Thursday, September 6, 2012

Fashion's Night Out + SE party tonight!

Come celebrate FNO + SE tonight at Union Los Angeles.
Get a fresh beer and dance with Disco Tom!
7-9pm!



dress up and go!

Monday, August 6, 2012

1st Liger Vision record to be released!

"Relax Your Mind" b/w "Music Engine" LGR 7001

The story gets long, but this here A side is a little bedroom jam that has never been released.  Drums by the mightful Matt Rex, hand claps and finga snaps by Tom Noble.  Flip is a gently reworked version of "Music Engine" from Tom's "In Liger Vision" EP.  This is soon to come out on limited edition 45.

Coming soon via PPU outlets.

Friday, August 3, 2012

MIXTAPE by DISCO TOM exclusive for a hype fashion brazilian brand

Fresh news!
Disco Tom did an exclusive mixtape for the famous Brazilian Fashion brand Juliana Jabour.
Famous by her young and fresh style, Juliana Jabour just showed her last collection at São Paulo Fashion Week.

Check it out now!





Sunday, July 29, 2012

ONLINE INTERVIEW WITH TOM NOBLE

The online magazine Test Pressing did an amazing interview with Tom Noble, asking about early career, record label and personal interests.

Awesome reading on this sunday rainy day in Berlin!

cheers!

click here to read this precious!



Thursday, April 5, 2012

DANCING HARD REMIX






New Remix 12" of a song from the EP, Tom Noble "In Ligervision", which was released on Clone records Nov 2010.  Here is a late night disco remix from Al Kent, as well as a boogie pop mix by Tom Noble.

Available now through the Clone website.

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

New Remix SE 1004 Ice Band with Unique Pleasure


Ice Band with Unique Pleasure - "Live People (remix)"

Remixed by Tom Noble

Superior Elevation release no. SE-1004

6 minutes long, One sided.

Here we have a very rare release from Ohio's own Ice Band with vocal group Unique Pleasure.  This time we are keeping it to a true limited issue of 200. 
This release is much like the Charlie Clemons project, where we took an old private press 45 and gave it a New York cocaine habit, and a new set of wheels, all using the original master tapes and no special additives (like heavy kicks or the like). 


"This originally came to my attention via private label 45, played over the old Deep Funk online radio archives, perhaps by Ian Wright or a mate.  Ever since first hearing it it was clear that the song really needed a  remix.  It was great, had all the right elements of production, format, style, but lacked consistency that most (classic) disco songs rely on to hypnotize dancers and make them want to dance for extended amounts of time.  All of this became possible after I dug up the label owners and got access to their original 8 track sessions.  I promptly had them transferred to digital and started my new remodeling of the Ice Band's already cool song.  After making some tough choices about what stayed and went, I finally nailed a strong mix and sent it off to the lab for mixing.  Came out juicy and rocking, much stronger than the original 45 pressing, yet so different that the two could possibly be played back to back and nobody would tell.  Proud to be able to make this happen.  One more all natural disco face lift now ready for today's set of disco revisionistas." - Disco Tom Noble

February 8, 2012

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Disco Shit



Video from opening night of Parra's "How Original" show at HVW8.  He was signing posters, and freestyling images. I asked him to give me some disco shit.  Watch from 1:11

Monday, September 26, 2011

Sunday, September 4, 2011

Dj Disco Tom at Standard Hotel Pool Party

Labor day at the Downtown Standard Hotel Rooftop party.
Bring your bikini and let's enjoy the last sun of the summer!

Early arrival, strongly suggested!

see you there!


Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Future Times Vibe 2 Comp


The homies at Future Times Records, Washington DC (putting the house back in the white house) asked me to send them a song for this upcoming 12" compilation.  Love these guys and was stoked to contribute a flaming slab of what they described as "super rare ghetto cassette boogie", which is titled "Malaco".  Helping me out on keys for this tune was the lovely Benny Badge from Melbourne.  Check it out, get your pre-orders in.  This thing will probably sell out fast.

Link to the Rush Hour page with clips



Thursday, August 18, 2011

Tom Noble Lands First Disco Song on Rhymesayers






BK ONE (Brother Ali / Rhymesayers) recently contacted me about doing a mix for his amazing collab with the Hypnotic Brass Ensemble.  I was thrilled to get the masters to this tune and go to work.  The name of this mix is the Disco Ginga mix, which combines NYC disco with Brazilian batucada, possibly for the first time ever, in one song. 

The EP containing this mix is due out on Rhymesayers 12" Aug. 30th.  Proud to be sharing space here with the legendary Arthur Verocai, MF Doom, DJ Nuts & Mike2600.  Big thanks again to BK for including me on this massive record.

  BK-One - "Tema Do Canibal (T. Noble - Disco Ginga Mix) by tomnoble

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Andre Parker aka Andre Lavonne - cd baby pick of the week


 Photo taken from his unreleased Liger Vision debut.  For those who don't already know his killer private press LP, "Attitude", look for it and buy it before it becomes even more rare.  Andre called me up a couple weeks ago to let me know he dropped 20 or more new tunes on a CD available at CD Baby.  Check the link below.  Modern drum machine & synth funk for that ass.  Well under the radar.  Check it out!

Check the new CD here!

Friday, July 29, 2011

AUSSIE DJ TOUR DATES AHEAD


AUSSIE DJ TOUR DATES AHEAD

aug 4 Adelaide, AU
aug 5 Perth, AU
aug 6 Melbourne, AU
aug 7 Sydney, AU

Sunday, July 24, 2011

New garage style boogie remix of Klaus Weiss



Faces & Superfriends first in a new series of Klaus Weiss remixes, focusing on turning them into modern dance floor material.  Source material is taken from the Time Signals LP.

This is currently available through the usual channels, on 12" format.

Facts

Mix Containing the Tom Noble "Drum Crazy" side in pretty much it's entirety.