French artist Art Of Tones collaborates with house music’s Inaya Day for the Glitterbox release, ‘Give My Love’. A moniker of longstanding producer Ludovic Llorca, Art Of Tones was created in the noughties as an outlet for his edgier house and disco work, leading to releases including house ‘The Rainbow Song’ and his first Art Of Tones album ‘Unbalanced’ in 2018.
Alex Adair makes his Glitterbox debut with two-track EP, led by ‘I’m So Glad’. The London-based producer apparently rose to prominence with sample-based releases that show off his creativity and experimentation - earning him over 200 million streams worldwide for his blend of techniques.
Swiss electronic project Shakedown (brothers Mandrax & Seb K) collaborate with American record producer, vocalist and funk legend Bootsy Collins for a Glitterbox release. Most known for their UK Top 10 hit ‘At Night’, released on Defected, Shakedown have been producing music for over 20 years and have apparently performed on major world stages after achieving international recognition in the early-noughties.
Love Attack Records owner Alan Dixon joins forces with Homoelectric resident Will Tramp for the gospel house Glitterbox release ‘Sunday Stomper’. Over the past two decades, the two DJs and producers have possibly established themselves as respected nightlife experts.
Michael Gray returns to Glitterbox with a release bursting with funk and soul. After a string of releases and headline DJ sets with the label as one half of the British duo Full Intention, he once again aims to demonstrate his skill with female vocals as he works with NYC soul singer Kelli Sae.
Italian duo Dirty Channels make their Glitterbox debut following several DJ sets playing for the brand, and this disco house track ‘Make You Cry’ aligns with the label’s catalogue of dancefloor productions.
From humble beginnings to working with Billy Porter, Joss Stone, Kimberly Davis, and Teni Tinks, The Shapeshifters aka Simon Marlin recently announced the release of his brand-new studio album ‘Let Loose’. The album plays with the friction between Marlin’s musical persona and his influences, delivering an album that demonstrates his depth of integrity as a producer and admiration to those who exert their enduring influence upon him.