Returning for Volume 4 of the sought-after series, Glitterbox Jams is back with another red-hot delivery of dancefloor gems, ready to become a record box essential for all discerning disco DJs. The A-Side features two remixes of an early noughties dancefloor gem, as two esteemed disco editors Moplen and Dr Packer both take on 'Love Will Be Our Guide' from Mark Picchiotti presents Jersey Street. On the flip come two productions from Italian-Belgian producer Vito de Luca, donning his Aeroplane alias for a disco-infused remix of Marco Faraone & Greeko's hip-house pumper 'Armaghetton', before swapping over to his Flush pseudonym to deliver the playful Balearic joy of 'Come Back Baby'.
Returning for Volume 4 of the sought-after series, Glitterbox Jams is back with another red-hot delivery of dancefloor gems, ready to become a record box essential for all discerning disco DJs. The A-Side features two remixes of an early noughties dancefloor gem, as two esteemed disco editors Moplen and Dr Packer both take on 'Love Will Be Our Guide' from Mark Picchiotti presents Jersey Street. On the flip come two productions from Italian-Belgian producer Vito de Luca, donning his Aeroplane alias for a disco-infused remix of Marco Faraone & Greeko's hip-house pumper 'Armaghetton', before swapping over to his Flush pseudonym to deliver the playful Balearic joy of 'Come Back Baby'.
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Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 04/16/2021
UPC: 826194534974

Glitterbox Jams Vol. 4 / Various
Format: Vinyl
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Returning for Volume 4 of the sought-after series, Glitterbox Jams is back with another red-hot delivery of dancefloor gems, ready to become a record box essential for all discerning disco DJs. The A-Side features two remixes of an early noughties dancefloor gem, as two esteemed disco editors Moplen and Dr Packer both take on 'Love Will Be Our Guide' from Mark Picchiotti presents Jersey Street. On the flip come two productions from Italian-Belgian producer Vito de Luca, donning his Aeroplane alias for a disco-infused remix of Marco Faraone & Greeko's hip-house pumper 'Armaghetton', before swapping over to his Flush pseudonym to deliver the playful Balearic joy of 'Come Back Baby'.