Having recently focused a bit more on soul, funk and boogie of late, Athens of the North boss Euan Fryer has promised to reissue a load of rare disco and modern soul this year. To kick off this campaign, he's decided to deliver a new edition of 'Keep Me Dancing' by Clarence Mann's disco-era band, True Image. It's a fine slab of smooth, soulful disco from 1981, with some suitably wavy and spacey synth sounds combining well with Mann's lead vocals and a typically rubbery groove. The B-side boasts the instrumental take from the original 12". This is naturally very similar to the main mix, though if we're not mistaken there are a few extra synth sounds - all of them wonderfully comfortable - here and there. Either way, it's a great record that disco fans should grab while they can.