The Brooklyn based band dances on the line between the late 70’s and early 80’s, but along the way has created a sound and groove all it’s own. Starting with a fat foundation of bass and four on the floor drums, their songs build to anthemic choruses using guitars, synths, and saxophones topped off with a healthy dose of harmonies. Blacktop Daisy showcases a disco sound for the current era that’s “modern with just the right amount of nostalgia.” (Pancakes and Whiskey)

Live at Rockwood Music Hall, New York City. Uptown by Prince and Get Down Baby from Blacktop Daisy's first EP, Tear It Down.



"Blacktop Daisy comes out swinging with a funk and a groove that you didn't know you needed in 2017 until you needed it. With a production that gives me Giorgio Moroder meets Nile Rogers, this group is everything I need. Chance Encounter is their fourth EP release and it's packed full of amazing tracks... you get an fantastic representation of what modern disco sounds like. These songs should be played opposite Sylvester and or The Bee Gees...The vocals are bananas... I feel like these guys came out of nowhere and I'm damn glad they did. "Fire in the Hole" is this bass heavy funk groove that just gets into your blood and eases everything out. I don't want to make cliché comparisons to being at Studio 54 or anything like that but I will say that what this track gives me is hope for a much funkier resurgence of music across the board. I don't think they're just playing some nostalgia game, I think this group is dyed in the wool, funk soldiers in the army of Disco."  (Pop. Rinse. Repeat)