Denver-based deep house label Hotbox Music has decided to launch a sister label, Hotbox Boogie, to release more disco and electrofunk-inspired sounds. The first release comes from long-time friend of the family Stranger Danger, a producer of suitably deep, groovy and warm material based in San Francisco's Bay Area. "Want Some More" sets the tone, lacing classic vocal samples from First Choice's "Let No Man Put Assunder" over a deep, warm, head-nodding disco-house groove. The Hotbox Boogie dub of the same track adds a little more dancefloor grunt whilst retaining the baggy feel of the original, while bonus cut turns Gwen Guthrie's Larry Levan-mixed classic "Peanut Butter" into a dubwise boogie-house groover.
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