It has been said that “Disco is back, and being done properly…” The fact is Disco never died, it just went underground. The sun is starting to shine again, and Disco has decided to come outside to play. Coach Roebuck takes responsibility to bringing Disco back into the sunlight.
Originally from the hills of West Virginia, the Coach was exposed to a wide variety of Disco, Funk, Pop, Rock and Mo-Town. His horizons began to broadened during college, in the form of attending warehouse parties, first as a participant, later as a DJ.
A window of opportunity inspired Coach Roebuck to turn from building music software to producing music seriously in June 2004. As a means to help expose his music, the Coach became a DJ. Soon the Coach started to travel up and down the East Coast shamelessly promoting himself with inspiration. As word got out regionally, he started to to teach the people a thing or two about his house music, working parties both domestically and abroad, playing in warehouse parties, nightclubs, and music festivals, from Miami to Chicago, while building a small but very loyal following locally. Coach Roebuck’s resume consists of rocking parties in some of the most unlikely places, ranging from West Virginia, Arkansas, and Kansas, to as far away as St. Gallen, Switzerland and Fortuna, Costa Rica.
As a producer, Coach Roebuck has done a range of remixes for Anything But Monday of Universal Music, for Captyn Zodiak of the Captyn Zodiak TV show, and for Digital Vinyl Recordings. My own music has been released on Nocturnal Recordings, Digital Vinyl Recordings, Banging Groove Records, and Deep Life Records.
The game’s just starting. The future looks very promising for the Coach. It’s probably a good idea to get in the game.