Renowned house producer, Timmy Regisford, will release his new album, At the Club, early next year on Tribe Records. For almost 30 years, New York’s house music scene has been graced with the music of Regisford even though most of his original productions have been released within the last decade. His remixes of soul and R&B tracks originally performed by the likes of Bobby Womack and Gladys Knight, has made him a key player in the NYC house music scene since the early 80s. Regisford was also co-founder of The Shelter, one of the city’s most infamous nightclubs from the past.
Regisford is known for his vocal-heavy house sound with soul, R&B and afrobeat influences. At the Club keeps his style immortalized through 14 new tracks in collaborations from the likes of Kenny Bobien, Arnold Jarvis and Femi Kuti. With tons of guest vocalists and lots of funky old-school sounds and modernized twists, At the Club will be another great addition to Regisford's repertoire.
Grab the album in stores on January 11th to add to your Regisford collection.