A nine-member act located in NY City’s Brooklyn borough, Midnight Magic are heavily inspired by ’70s and early-’80s dance music, from likewise large funk rings to post-disco suppliers. The group features Andrew Raposo, Morgan Wiley, and Carter Yatusake — most of whom had been members from the like-minded Hercules & ROMANCE — along with vocalist Tiffany Roth, Jason Disu, Andrew Frawley, Maximum Goldman, Nick Roseboro, and Caito Sanchez. They debuted on Germany’s Long term Holiday label in July 2010 with “Beam Me Up,” an A-side somewhere within Hercules & ROMANCE and animated past due-’70s ZE Information tasks like Aural Exciters’ Spooks in Space. A five-track EP entitled What the Eye Can’t Observe — led from the taut and rubbery name track — was released on Scion Sound/Visible in August 2011. “Drop Me a Line,” their second Long term Vacation single, adopted three months later on; it coasted on the relaxed groove educated by peak-era Giorgio Moroder, and it was included with a relatively occupied blend from fellow travelers Holy Ghost!, who forced the initial into 1983-1984 landscape. In 2012, they extended What the Eye Can’t Observe and re-released it on Audio Sculpture. The same 12 months brought the recording Strolling Through the Midnight Roads on Midnight Sunlight. Despite the huge membership, the music group continuing to record at an extraordinary rate because they place fresh twists on disco and post-disco noises for Midnight Creepers (Long lasting Holiday, 2013) and Vicious Appreciate (Spirit Clap, 2014). Midnight Magic also have remixed famous brands Corinne (“Fantasy a Little Fantasy”), Azari & III (“Reckless together with your Like”), Cut Duplicate (“Consider Me Over”), Holy Ghost! (“Bridge and Tunnel”), and La Roux (“Uptight Downtown”).