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Songs too weird to make it on classic rock radio with '80s synth pop cult band Naked Lunch.
Belgium's Melodymann takes over A 5 Mag Mix, 5 Magazine's DJ mix series with a new set ripped right out of the pages of the latest issue.
Following up on PledgeMusic's implosion, Bandcamp gets into the crowdsourcing business with vinyl crowdsourcing business.
"The 1" anchors a split EP featuring Jackson Ryland and Jus Nowhere from Rush Plus, out now on vinyl only from Cahoots Records.
Why do we love Charivari Detroit? It's homegrown. It's people you know. It's artists you love. It's artists you don't know you love (yet). And it's done for the community, by the community.
Jaime Read hammers a drum machine like it's an extension of his arm. His cult techno tour de force, The End Of, gets a handsome and badly needed reissue by For Those That Knoe.
Out now on Fixed Rhythms, the Deferment EP is drenched in the rhythms of analog beat machines and the sweat of people getting high off them.
Barely a week ago the bankrupt iHeartMedia empire announced their plans to get their company listed on a major stock exchange. Then they began laying off reporters and DJs.
Out on 12" wax in May, Supercinema 02 from Luke Hess is one of a handful of records you need to think about pre-ordering.
5 Mag interviews with DJs on the culture and craft of DJing. This episode we talk to Detroit/Chicago DJ Moppy, along with an exclusive new 5 Mag Mix.
Disco, sweat and strings with more soul than should be possible: Cinthie has saved one of her best for Aus Music and Mesmerizing EP is going to be a monster record.
When you look through classic Chicago House records from the 1990s, it's amazing how many have Bernard Badie's name on them.
It's real: the new Red Line terminal at 95th Street is getting fitted out courtesy of Theaster Gates.
Callouts for Chicago and an orgy of acid and fried electronics as Terry Hunter's T's Crates re-enters the vinyl world.
MK will play the club's first show since the shooting death of an employee in a nearby alley in March.
Where's my f'ing mixtape? MySpace just "lost" 12 years of music, but whole sectors of electronic music history are vanishing from the internet.
Family and friends have passed along word that legendary House Music vocalist and Chicago native Kim English has passed away.
Deep and dubby house music from Magnus Asberg (ex C-Soul) gets a remix by Silverlining.
The 2019 IFPI record industry report claims revenue is growing again.
The Carry Nation have come far since their humble beginnings at Z-Man's legendary happenings.