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Out on Alexander Robotnick's label, Hybrid Protokol's Kolslaw doesn't so much play as chew through a soundsystem.
The internet wants to be in everything, including your DJ set. SoundCloud is preparing to repackage itself as a streaming service for pro DJs.
Borg's Homegrown Vol 1 features tracks on wax from Iceland producers and DJs ILO, Intr0beatz and Felix Leifur.
Amazing reissue of Afro/Disco/Soul rarity African Bump by Enrique Lynch y Su Conjunto on Matasuna.
Blair French's glittering, funky 2017 release gets remixed by Topher Horn, Aroop Roy and Eli from Soul Clap as Bamboozle.
Tensnake does what he does best and turns a soulful house tune inside out on his remix of "Melodie" by Mousse T. and Cleah.
PledgeMusic has just admitted they're at least 90 days behind in paying out artists. This looks a lot like a sinking ship.
Life gets even with you in the end. Stolen tracks from serial plagiarist FLOD aka Flavio Lodetti have been removed from Beatport, as has his artist page.
With the best A&R among deep house labels, F*CLR hits gold with Russian producer Mutenoise's MIDNIGHT EP.
Tensnake and Strip Steve remix cuts from Lorenz Rhode's Belair, out now from Dirt Crew.
The definitive Director's Cut collection of collaborations between Eric Kupper and Frankie Knuckles kicks off with a 12" release of Baby Wants To Ride with a Jimmy Edgar remix.
In response to media pressure and public outrage, Highland Park Michigan police held an ad hoc press conference Thursday afternoon which showed the full arrest footage of Detroit legendary producer and DJ Moodymann.
"Back Where It All Began" is part of Find Your Rhythm Remixed Part 1 on 12" wax from Fifty Fathoms Deep.
Highland Park Police released a statement in regard to the arrest of electronic music DJ and producer Moodymann on Saturday night.
Detroit dance music producer Moodymann just posted a video ring of officers pointing rifles and screaming at him to get out of a car.
The vinyl boom may be about to crash, but it never had much to do with dance music anyway. Boomer Rock makes up most of vinyl growth and it always has.
Bad ass tracks on black wax DJ Spinna (as Free Radikalz), Alex Agore and Ricardo Miranda from Chicago house stalwart Noble Square.
Hard times have hit the Chicago house producer, DJ, archivist, historian and impresario Marcus Mixx and he needs some help getting back on his feet.
Dance music producer FLOD, aka Flavio Lodetti, was stealing tracks as early as 2010, and his entire discography may be based on fraud, deception and lies.
To Catch a Track Thief: Flavio Lodetti aka FLOD has a long discography. Many of the tracks are note-for-note copies of other people's work.