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Love And Dancing
2 x 180g Pink Vinyl
Large Fold Out Poster
Horse Meat Disco grace Glitterbox Recordings with their first-ever full-length album Love & Dancing, a joyous, 14-track collection of the nightlife titans’ exquisite productions. The four-strong DJ collective of Luke Howard, Severino Panzetta, James Hillard and Jim Stanton started their disco shenanigans on New Year’s Day, 2004 at The Eagle, Vauxhall and over the 16 years since, their nightlife tenure has seen them become a global brand. With residences in Berlin, New York, Lisbon, and their London bedrock, as well as regular appearances at Glitterbox parties across the globe, the group has become one of the most revered and adored acts on the international club circuit.
Love & Dancing is the culmination of seven years’ work, fashioned from the demos the four have been working on simply for the love of making music. Free of cover versions and lazy samples, it is documentary evidence that disco has a present and future every bit the platinum-grade equal of its storied past. Working with an array of A-List collaborators including close friend, main feature and co-writer Amy Douglas, founding member of Sister Sledge Kathy Sledge, acid jazz pioneer N'Dea Davenport, rising star Fiorious and the inimitable trio Dames Brown.
Highlights from the LP include the adored Glitterbox anthems ‘Let’s Go Dancing’ and ‘Falling Deep In Love’, the laid-back disco jam ‘Message To The People’, collaboration with The Phenomenal Handclap Band ‘Sanctuary’ and the irresistibly soulful ‘Home’ featuring Atlanta songstress Hadiya George. Love & Dancing is an album to get lost in, flawlessly arranged, produced and curated from start to finish.
Message To The People
Horse Meat Disco unveil the latest preview of their forthcoming album ‘Love & Dancing’ with ‘Message To The People’, featuring one of the main co-artists on the LP’ Amy Douglas’ and soul trio Dames Brown. A record that started as an adaptation of the Shirley Caesar original, recorded in the studio with the Dames; Horse Meat Disco and Luke Solomon then headed to Amy’s native Brooklyn, where she wrote her verses sat at the piano for this sublime disco jam. This 12” delivery features remixes from some of the genre’s most revered artists, each turning their hand at this labour of love. Up first, unrefuted master of the edit Danny Krivit delivers a blissful, club-friendly extended version, making full use of the longer playtime with an elegant, journey-like mix. The Key-A-Pella follows, an essential DJ tool that allows Amy and Dames Brown’s vocals to really shine. Kelly G.’s funk-fuelled Michelle Mix kicks off the B-Side, an empowering, uplifting narration provided by a sample taken from none other than former First Lady Michelle Obama. Closing out the release, Kelly delivers his Deeper Message Groove, soulful, grooving with dreamy keys you can’t help but move to.
Jump Into The Light
Glitterbox are proud to announce the second single from Horse Meat Disco and founding member of Sister Sledge, Kathy Sledge. An apt follow-up to the stunning disco hit ‘Falling Deep In Love’, ‘Jump Into The Light’ embodies the same uplifting qualities and signature strutting style. Now, both these charming disco numbers will be available on a special 7” package.
With both tracks co-produced by Classic Music Company boss Luke Solomon and Chris Penny, with additional music by JKriv, the nightlife champions display their expertise of dance-floor dynamics across the package, an exciting preview of things to come on their forthcoming LP later this year. Opening the release is ‘Jump Into The Light’, with its gloriously funky bass, rich instrumentation and perfectly timed hooks, the production forms a perfect backdrop to Kathy’s unmistakable vocal. Joey Negro’s edit of ‘Falling Deep In Love’ follows, a record that has enchanted Glitterbox dancefloors since its release. With subtle nods to disco greats like CHIC, this is another red hot delivery from the Horse Meat Disco camp.