‘Follow Me’ has a more stripped-back feel to previous Fiorious outputs, his vocal back dropped with deep synths and a relaxed groove. Roger Sanchez’s remix opens the package, a fitting artist to take on the duty after remixing the 1992 original. Roger’s mix provides a clubbier feel, with jacking bass and keys.
Casbah 73 makes his Glitterbox Recordings debut with the slice of disco soul ‘Love Saves The Day’. Driven by a soul-filled vocal hook from Angela Goode, the jam’s authenticity possibly lies in its rawness, as it aims to sound like it’s been ripped straight from a 1970s dancefloor while maintaining a freshness for today’s listeners.
Kiddy Smile’s career has gone skyward since he made his debut on Defected in 2016 with ‘Let A Bitch Know’. Traversing the worlds of music and fashion, working with the houses like Balmain, Balenciaga and Alexander Wang, it seems fitting that a fellow of both worlds, Honey Dijon, would now remix his Defected debut for the label’ sdisco counterpart Glitterbox.
After their debut collaboration ‘Life Is A Dancefloor’ possibly became one of the year’s stand out house records, Glitterbox favourite The Shapeshifters, aka Simon Marlin, reunites with Chic’s Kimberly Davis on their latest offering ‘Second Chance’.