Levine agrees: "I don't care what you call it. Most people just want to party to it. There's part of us that's e-funk, part of us that's house, part of us that's nü-disco, and part of us that's old disco."
Soul Clap now embark on a three-month European and North American tour with Wolf + Lamb to promote DJ Kicks. They'll miss this month's Winter Music Conference in Miami because of the festival's last-minute rescheduling. "We already had gigs booked in Europe," says Goldstein. "So we're not there for that. But the last week, which people are calling Miami Music Week, we're playing Wednesday through Sunday every day."
On the local tip, Soul Clap's homecoming release party is, as of yet, unconfirmed; the globe keeps calling. "I think it's a time to deliver on all this excitement and hype that's been generated around us," Goldstein adds. "It's a disconcerting amount of hype. We're not worrying about it, because we've worked for so long, but we really want to push ourselves to the next level."
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