disco metaphysics

My website has never been my main promotion channel for my Disco Metaphysics project, but I will use it for displaying an announcement to anyone stumbling on this page in the future.

The announcement I have already made on Twitter, namely that lately I shifted some personal priorities, and I will be focusing more on different projects, notably Think:games which you can find on this site as well. This goes at the cost of being able to do monthly or even regular uploads for Disco Metaphysics. Mixing music is just too much fun, however, so I will likely never give it up, but it is not my profession and I do not want to be. I feel I can achieve more in other directions, and so this project will only see a new episode every now and then.

That being said, I am open for fun stuff that’s disco and philosophy related. So if you have ideas for a guest mix, or have a great idea for it and want to continue the channel for or with me, please get in touch!

Shake that ass.jpgFor a change, I prominently feature a shaking behind instead of a grumpy philosopher! Actually, that’s just much better, why don’t I start a disco series solely dedicated to great swinging butts?

While I think about it, I hope you have a good time swinging your bottom to this collection of base shakers! Carefully selected to deny you breaks from “fundamental” exercise.

For the time being, this mix will not appear on Soundcloud. If it does appear there, I will announce it on Twitter.

80s disco retro future.jpgThis is a late post, since the mix in question appeared a good two months ago. It’s the continuation of the Disco Metaphysics mix series, which now focuses on musical themes instead of philosophers.

“I have already announced my coming mixes will have themes, and what better way to start than with 80S RETRO DISCO FUTURE!? That’s right, there is no better way to start with that than 80S RETRO DISCO FUTURE. It’s a bit shorter than the usual, I hope you don’t mind!”


Berkeley v2Late (at least on here), but great (if you ask me): the latest Disco Metaphysics. This one is ideal. As everything is, according to British philosopher George Berkeley. No matter, this mix throws in some different genres than the usual. I hope you enjoy it! If you do, please share it with others!



ErasmusI recently uploaded the 8th edition in my Disco Metaphysics mix series. This one starts out with some slower funk, then shifts to some more deep house like nu disco.

If there ever was one philosopher who was mad about mad grooves, it was Desiderius Erasmus. Did he say that the desire to dance grows with dancing? Anyway, it was pretty close. He praised folly, so I gave him folly colours. Then I threw some funk in it. That was a strict requirement.