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"Living The Life" is a devastating new collaboration between Detroit dynamo DJ Minx with the one and only Lady C.
Erick Morillo was arrested following an eight month investigation after a fellow DJ has accused Erick Morillo of sexual battery following a private party in December.
Vinyl only: Detroit techno pioneer James Pennington returns with Suburban Knight EP this September.
Governor Andrew Cuomo is on the warpath after footage emerged of an illicit rave held Saturday night under the Kosciuszko Bridge in Brooklyn.
Detroit's Charivari festival will now stream 24 hours a day through August 15 2020.
Bandcamp is extending their fee-free "Bandcamp Fridays" concept to the 1st Friday of every month until the end of 2020.
Watch Love Me Like You Should: The Brave and Bold Sylvester streaming now.
Contact your congresspeople and urge them to support the Save Our Stages Act, introduced on Wednesday July 22 in the US Senate.
Jim Daley of Chicago's South Side Weekly has composed a crossword puzzle with clues themes from Chicago House Music history.
Hugh Cleal will carry on with the Golf Clap name and Country Club Disco label after a split with Bryan Jones.
The voice of house music from 1987's sermon "My House" by Rhythm Controll writes and sings on a new track with UK producer Lempo, coming in August 2020.
"I commend Marea Stamper for finally making the decision to cease the use of the name, 'The Black Madonna,'" Monty Luke tells 5 Mag.
The petition by Monty Luke on Change.org has received hundreds of signatures, with endorsements from King Britt, Gene Farris, Kai Alcé, Ash Lauryn, Jon Dixon and more.
Detroit's Charivari festival is going digital starting July 28, streaming from July 28 to August 2 with Eddie Fowlkes, Rick Wilhite, Blake Baxter and more.
Stacey Hotwaxx Hale, Reggie Dokes and Whodat will be playing a virtual show in support of Black Lives Matter.
Lessons from Robert Williams: How dealing with the police was an essential part of dancing while Black, queer and young in the 1970s.
The city is among the supporters of this year's Chosen Few Picnic and Music Festival, which like everything else has moved online.
Jorge Caiado, Erick Morillo, John Digweed, Tee Mango and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag, out now!
Rick Wade reflects on the life and career of Mike Huckaby, from working together at Record Time in the early 1990s, releasing records and DJing together.
Awarded Best Film at the Southside Chicago Film Festival, Thee Debauchery Ball "celebrates Chicago's large and thriving Afrocentric house music scene" with a focus on the bi-annual party and the people who find freedom and community.