On part 1 of Alex Metric’s Ammunition EP, he debuted heavily supported tracks like “Rave Weapon” and the underrated disco jam “Anybody Else.” Ahead of part 2, Metric has compiled a hour long mix comprised of everything from electro, disco, and progressive house. Perhaps one of the producer/DJ tandems that flies under the radar far to often, mixes like these demonstrate why Alex’s eclectic track selection and flawless mixing skills make him one of the premier acts to follow. As you get ready for the weekend, kick things off with this disco-fied selection of groovy cuts.
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