Parisian Tom Laroye and Londoner Yam Who? AKA Andy Williams are Qwestlife they’re on a trans-continental boogie trip bringing the classic Disco and Boogie sounds of the late 70’s to early 80’s back with a modern twist, first appearing on Andy’s Label Midnight Riot back in 2013 and now signed to the leading label for more Soulful sound of dance music Glitterbox. The new single Hit It Off is a cover of Millie Jackson’s 1979 ‘We’ve Got To Hit It Off’ featuring Teni Tinks, a session vocalist, who’s featured on previous Glitterbox releases including The Shapeshifter’s ‘When Love Breaks Down’ the song was originally released last year but now back with a remix package, we feature the authentic sound of a 70’s club classic on the Late Nite Tuff Guy’s Extended Remix on our playlist.
Glitterbox is a nightlife phenomenon, conceptualised in 2015 by Defected boss Simon Dunmore, generating an inclusive, uplifting party atmosphere designed to unite all ages, persuasions and walks of life on the dancefloors, bringing 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. Glitterbox recordings have issued some of the biggest dance tunes of the last few years, we profiled a selection on our review of 2018 and have included various tracks on our playlists, most notable Mousse T Rock The Mic., Amy Douglas Lets Go Dancing, Dr Packer remix of Still In Love, The Shapeshifters and many more.
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