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At its best, the second volume of Big Saldo's Chunkers from Sally C is just raw beats and bass with little sample snippets tucked in here and there they will, I imagine, will be hugely effective on many dance floors.
This doubled-sided EP from Danny J Lewis (Defected, MAW Records, Soulfuric Trax etc.) delivers two quite different tracks.
The teaser track from Ron Trent's latest album What Do The Stars Say To You on Night Time Stories.
3am deep house on the Assemblage EP from Sole Aspect.
Box-fresh futurist techno with remixed tracks from Tom VR's Please Keep Shimmering album.
Real house music from one of Detroit and deep house music's leading lights.
Quality underground Fouk-house on Paradise, a five-track 4/4 affair from Shall Not Fade.
Afterlife releases a sophisticated collection of warm-up/warm down vibes on his Subatomic label.
Freerange drops a nice warm-up package for Crackazat's forthcoming album with a 9+ minute epic Ron Trent deep house jazz remix.
Harold Heath drags you through another tumultuous year in dance music. You're going to re-live it, and you're going to LIKE it
UK dance music has always been about freedom. But are we really going to march with the far right?
"Without singing, there is no me. I have no purpose, beyond singing and songwriting." Harold Heath profiles the powerhouse of talent that is Amy Douglas.
"I've been a church boy, homeless street kid, corporate suit, addict..." Harold Heath profiles the multifaceted artist Seven Davis, Jr.
"My goal was to have a discography as long as Ella's." Joi Cardwell reflects on nearly three decades as dance music's go-to vocalist and answering an ad in the Village Voice to singing on "Club Lonely" from Lil Louis.
Harold Heath talks to Matt Neale & Stu Clark of WOLF Music and finds out what it takes to run an underground record label without compromise.
HiFi Sean and Crystal Waters talk to Harold Heath about their new politically charged single "Heavy" and the role of an artist in a time of discontent.
Harold Heath talks to Scott Moncrieff, aka thatmanmonkz, on the making of his new album Non Zero Sum Game.
"I love how no matter what is going on in the world, people are still making sick tunes." Jozef K talks opera, gloomcore and Boiler Room comments with Harold Heath.
Denis Karimani aka "Remute" releases his music on exotic formats ranging from 45s to floppy disks and Sega game cartridges. Harold Heath asks: Why?
Sally Rogers is best known as one half of Balearic funsters A Man Called Adam which has just released their latest and many say their best album yet, Farmarama. Harold Heath has the story.
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