The 9 LP set from Strut also includes a documentary on the full flower of Nigeria's 1970s music scene.
Leading off with straight fire: Joey Negro remixes Delia Renee's 1981 Airwave Records "You're Gonna Want Me Back," plus remixes from Dr. Packer and Grant Nelson on the 14th edition of Z Records' Attack the Dancefloor.
John Morales' All Q'd Up Vol 2 features 3 new tracks, collabs with Thommy Davis, DJ Spen, Natasha Watts and vocals for dayzzzzz.
Rocksteady Disco is releasing some of the best and most important records in the scene today. Lauren Krieger talks to founder Peter Croce on the Detroit vinyl label's origins and aspirations.
The Unviersal Robot Band's classic "Barely Breaking Even" finds new life in the hands of Louie Vega for BBE Music's 500th release.
Island disco dance funk uncovered by Rocafort Records, Kokoro Disco-San is a trio of live musicians that play like a viciously tight unit.
Found on 1/4" tape, Hifi Sean and Yam Who edit them and nothing can touch Arthur Baker and Minnie Gardner's "Reachin'" and "Good Good Lovin'."
The disco music legend CERRONE will be dropping in for a Wednesday afternoon with the Queen! DJs.
An abandoned storage locker held thousands of Sigma Sound Studio tapes, now being preserved and restored by Drexel University in Philadelphia.
Z Records raids Winston's record vault for the new Under the Influence - a compilation made with the heart of an artist and the love of the disciple.
Remastered from original tapes, Strut's "You Remind Me" covers material from jazz, soul & disco singer Patrice Rushen's bountiful 1978 to 1984 Elektra recordings.
Disco master John Morales' previously unreleased remixes surface on a DJ Spinna mix some 15 years after they were made and for what would have been the 85th birthday of Marvin Gaye.
Dimitri from Paris and Italian supremo DJ Rocca team up for one of the rousing dancefloor anthems of the summer.
"You've Changed" is a disco bomb liable to flatten a room from the shockwaves. It's the lead from the new V/A from Brooklyn weirdos Super Tuff.
Backed by the "basement-ready Wash Good," EASY STILL is a record that sells itself. Play it loud, play it often, play it before everyone else catches up and runs it into the ground.