Following a string of releases that have cemented Glitterbox as the hub for independent house and disco worldwide, four sought-after and previously unreleased mixes that have soundtracked the label's parties get a special outing for the sixth volume of Glitterbox Jams. This red-hot delivery opens with an alternative mix of The Shapeshifters synthy track 'Love's Been Waiting' featuring Chic singer Kimberly Davis and originally from the producer's major 2022 studio album 'Let Loose'. What follows is nightlife mainstay Michael Gray's dub of 'In My World', featuring Brutha Basil & Tatiana Owens, which takes the love letter to disco and ups the ante considerably. Next up are two tracks that have only been available on 12" up till now. 'Groovejet' was a UK Number 1 for Spiller back in 2000, and the smash debut for Sophie Ellis-Bextor has seen countless re-edits and remixes since the turn of the century. Melbourne producer Harvey Sutherland's remix adds plenty of playful, synthy goodness to the groove-laden classic, and this Instrumental allows his production to shine. Rounding off this collection is Crooked Man's Crooked Line 2 version of Escort's 2010 hit 'Cocaine Blues', lovingly revisited by Glitterbox and re-introduced to a new generation of disco fans nearly a decade after its initial release. This four-track package from the Glitterbox camp is one you won't want to miss.