For fans of: Smooth sophisticated grooves and vintage Indian pop-culture.
What they're saying: Numero Group, the folks behind the reissue, describe it as such: “Barely disco and hardly jazz, Rupa Biswas’ 1982 LP is the halfway point between Bollywood and Balearic.” The Vinyl Factory tell a little of the record’s journey out of pure obscurity via YouTube algorithm.
What we say: Disco Jazz is the sort of rarity that seems to exist out of time, with its quirks making it sound perfect decades after vanishing to obscurity. Noteworthy for all seekers of exotic sounds.
Further listening: Additional unearthing of Bollywood tangential disco.