Summer has arrived! What better way to get down than to rock some brand new Juan MacLean NYC disco?

Guess what? Maestro The Juan MacLean dropped off a 4 track dance floor beast titled Panic In Fort Greene Park in Brooklyn. From beginning to end, his first outing on Razor-N-Tape is primo New York disco; effortlessly soulful with a whole lot of attitude. Today I’m premiering the second track on the record, an impeccable edit of “Reach Up,” by Toney Lee.

“Don’t Stop For Nothing” brings a hearty helping of slap-happy energy to the classic work. It kicks off with a straightforward vocal hook, building immediate anticipation of the inevitable breakdown. In classic J Mac style, the layers fit together like puzzle pieces, building with an intense focus and flow. The end result is a chunky treatment whose masterful loops lead straight to dance-floor oblivion.

Cop Panic in Fort Greene Park today on Juno starting July 6th here.

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