Art Vs Science's Disco Delights

Art Vs Science's Disco Delights

To get you in the mood for Southbound's Friday Night Fever.

Christmas is almost here. New Year's is almost here. The end of the year is upon us. Which also means WA's best and brightest camping/music festival Southbound is damn sure almost here. Taking over its home ground of Sir Stewart Bovell Park Friday 8-Sunday 10 January 2016, the lineup is once again stacked with the likes of Foals, Bloc Party, Alpine, Courtney Barnett and more, plus the epic Coconut Club contingent and the re-introduced Friday night party. "Friday Night Fever" sees the festival kicking off a day early and returning to the three day format, and features a shit-hot lineup of acts including Elliphant, HWLS, Koi Child, Death Disco, Funk Club, *cough* us *cough*, the Dancing Accountant and Art Vs Science, coming in hot off a big 2015 which saw the release of a new album - Off the Edge of the Earth and Into Forever, Forever.

To get you in the mood for a Friday night good time, Art Vs Science have given us a tidy little playlist of 'Disco tracks to get down to':

The Ones - Flawless

Francis McGee - Delirium

Rick James - Super Freak

Chic - Le Freak

Michael Jackson - Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough

Earth Wind And Fire - September

Oliver Cheatham - Get Down Saturday Night

Bee Gees - You Should Be Dancing

Leo Sayer - You Make Me Feel Like Dancing

James Brown - Get Up Offa That Thing

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