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Album artwork for Power Up by Patawawa

Hailing from Matlock in Derbyshire are NuDisco and funk purveyors, Patawawa who are back.

Patawawa are acclaimed for their fun-filled sound which merges disco, funk and pop. Their latest offering, Disco Video is undoubtedly the pick-me-up disco-ball ray of light we all needed to end 2020 with.

Born and bred in the quiet, sleepy Derbyshire town of Matlock, Patawawa are a contemporary concoction of the sparkling synths and glittered guitar riffs popularised by Pet Shop Boys and Prince. Charismatic and cathartic in equal measure, Patawawa have stormed the indie DIY scene since their arrival in 2015 with their blood-pumping beats and biting bass lines.

Patawawa

Power Up

Modern Sky
Album artwork for Power Up by Patawawa
CD

£11.99

Released 26/03/2021Catalogue Number

M440UKCD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Power Up by Patawawa
LP

£14.99

Gold
Released 26/03/2021Catalogue Number

M440UKLPC1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Patawawa

Power Up

Modern Sky
Album artwork for Power Up by Patawawa
CD

£11.99

Released 26/03/2021Catalogue Number

M440UKCD

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Album artwork for Power Up by Patawawa
LP

£14.99

Gold
Released 26/03/2021Catalogue Number

M440UKLPC1

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Hailing from Matlock in Derbyshire are NuDisco and funk purveyors, Patawawa who are back.

Patawawa are acclaimed for their fun-filled sound which merges disco, funk and pop. Their latest offering, Disco Video is undoubtedly the pick-me-up disco-ball ray of light we all needed to end 2020 with.

Born and bred in the quiet, sleepy Derbyshire town of Matlock, Patawawa are a contemporary concoction of the sparkling synths and glittered guitar riffs popularised by Pet Shop Boys and Prince. Charismatic and cathartic in equal measure, Patawawa have stormed the indie DIY scene since their arrival in 2015 with their blood-pumping beats and biting bass lines.