Toronto-based pop artist nodisco. releases his second single today, “Moonlight in my Bedroom,” a beaming late night jam that is written like a journal entry about a relationship at its peak. “Wishing you were here we could lay for a while,” he dreams, with beats that take hints from pop history 80s to today, leaving listeners with feelings reminiscent of long talks on the phone and AIM chatrooms in the early 00s.
Chris Toufexis, aka nodisco., shares: “‘Moonlight in my Bedroom’ is an oddity of pop sophistication. Blending such contrasting influences as Joao Gilberto, Everything but the Girl and M83, the song aims to create an atmosphere that draws the listener directly into the nodisco. world, even if just for a moment. Detailing the climax of a relationship, the track solidifies the journal-like approach to the nodisco. narrative, with surprising amounts of honesty within a near cinematic sonic experience.”
“Moonlight in my Bedroom” follows nodisco.’s first single “Thoughts From Your Car,” which debuted in fall 2019. The track gained tons of love in the blogsphere and caught the ear of CBC, who named it their ‘Song of the Week’ on the show Here and Now Toronto with Gill Deacon.
nodisco. prides himself on his extensive vinyl collection and interest in a variety of music from the past three decades, and these influences are clear in his own style. He comes full force with a pop sound that is perfect for 2020, but a brand all his own; full of buzzing thoughts and heavy contemplations, all paired with lighthearted culture references and a beat that’s sure to get put on repeat. Not to mention, nodisco. finessed his sound under the watch of legendary R&B producer/songwriter Babyface who selected him for a songwriting camp in Toronto.