New York is one of those places in the world where you can easily lose yourself for months amongst the second hand record stores, subway turnstiles and deli meat sandwiches. Some may even find themselves stapled to the dancefloor of a dimly lit warehouse party in Williamsburg, while Tiger & Woods spin some 9-minute marvels. It’s a bit of a circus. Sound-tracking the R-Line journey through this city was, ironically, a French disco rock band Martin Circus. It’s just one of those records that is a staple for nearly every cat out there spinning the right kind of sounds. It’s not every day that you get 14 minutes of funk out of a single track. Like most of the anthems out there, Disco Circus has been edited, re-edited, extended, dubbed, and sampled more times than any track rightfully should. Panning the gold from the over-quantised silt, it’s hard to look past Gazeebo for delivering a tasty delight, and this is more than true for his reworking of this gem. Adding just enough Red-White-and-Blue to the jam, these two tracks have worn their way through most of my gigs for the past 3 years, and I think it’s about time you all had them for yourself.