Returning for Volume 5 of the sought-after series, Glitterbox Jams is back with another red-hot delivery of dancefloor gems, ready to become an essential package for all discerning selectors.
Consisting of four glorious disco remixes, the release kicks off with Late Nite Tuff Guy and his remix of a Glitterbox anthem ‘When Love Breaks Down’ by The Shapeshifters and his regular vocal collaborator Teni Tinks.
Up next, Dr Packer reveals the first of two remixes, taking on D.C. LaRue’s 1976 classic ‘Cathedrals’. Marshall Jefferson’s club-ready version of Dimitri From Paris x Fiorious ‘Music Saved My Life’ comes next, before Dr Packer closes out with another D.C. LaRue remix, taking on another slice 70s heat on ‘Hot Jungle Drums And Voo Doo Rhythm’.
Glitterbox is a nightlife phenomenon, conceptualised in 2014 by Defected boss Simon Dunmore. Ever since, Glitterbox has generated an inclusive, uplifting party atmosphere designed to unite all ages, persuasions and walks of life on the dancefloor.
Glitterbox parties bring the world’s most respected DJs to appear alongside emerging talents for a soundtrack that showcases dance music in its purest forms. Moving mind, body and soul, Glitterbox events bring dancers, fierce performers, drag queens and music together to make truly unforgettable moments on dancefloors around the world.
The 21st century disco is renowned by discerning music lovers everywhere from Ibiza to New York, specialising in golden era disco, contemporary soulful house and dancefloor anthems. Meanwhile, the Glitterbox imprint releases music from the likes of Mousse T., Purple Disco Machine, Folamour, Debbie Jacobs, The Shapeshifters, and many more.
The accompanying compilations and radio show distil Glitterbox’s unique and infectious energy, digging deep into dance music history and the very finest new sounds. Truly a force to be reckoned with in global nightlife culture.