That's what I've been doing for the past month thanks to Milwaukee DJ The Fed. Via her music blog bounce/oz, you can sign up for a daily blast of Foxy Disco delivered fresh to your email inbox each weekday. You've already missed out on a dance floor freakshow, body movin', a groovin' update of the beat, and the forever funky "Double Dutch Bus". Since I love you, I've reposted those tracks here, but you best get on the list now for the one and only Roller Boogie Audio Successory™ of the Day or risk missing more gems.
And if you need even more reasons to get down, how about the soundtrack to the classic Linda Blair film Roller Boogie? Okay, maybe "classic" is an overstatement, but as far as roller disco movies go it is far from the worst (that distinction goes to Skatetown USA), and even though the soundtrack is lacking in pure awesomeness, it does feature a few out of print gems from Cher and producer Bob Esty.
And the roller jams aren't just a thing of the past. Not only was Roll Bounce a retro delight that brought the boogie back to Bow Wow lovin kids, but take a listen to Plantlife's super-funky "Rollerskate Jam" - it can get any party laced up (and starts with the appropriate shout out, "“Whaddup, De La Soul!”). Then there's the new millennium disco queen Leslie Hall, who is bringing back the disco bling - and even though the video below may not show it, she has been known to perform on skates in roller rink concerts.