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Published on February 4th, 2018 | by Sid Wesley

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Midnight Riot Records – Roller Boogie – Volume 3 (V/A)

Midnight Riot Records is one of the go-to labels for all your Disco needs. The imprint has amassed a huge number of releases (both digital and vinyl) since it’s inception back in 2012 and continues to be at the forefront of a scene that always delivers joy to the dance floor.

As well as releasing many artist EP’s, Midnight Riot also put together compilation albums themselves, which sees them reach out to their favourite Disco producers from all around the world and uncover future classics in the process. The most recent of these compilation albums is the third volume of their early 80’s inspired ‘Roller Boogie’ series.

On this occasion, 17 peak-time skating jams have been selected to help propel you along with whatever you maybe doing. A few of the artists to be involved with this superb offering of Disco include Dr Packer, Luke Solomon, C Da Afro, Kellini, Al Kent, Los Charly’s Orchestra & Omar and a collaboration between BB Boogie and the legendary Leroy Burgess. With all of the tracks sounding so good though, it’s an all killer, no filler kinda deal, so get those skates on and go make ‘Roller Boogie Volume 3’ yours.

You can also hear how good all the music sounds in a mix, which has been compiled by Yam Who? who also features on the album. Check it out just below.

 

Buy ‘Roller Boogie Volume 3’ here from Bandcamp.

 

 

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: I'm Sid, a dude from Lincolnshire. I'll be bringing you music from the perspective of the dance floor, the place I love to be most! I've no production or DJ experience, but I do know a bloody good tune when I hear one and if I connect with it, I'll share it in the hope you connect with it to. Selection and connection is the name of the game.



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