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Baltimore Chop and Lana J (Svetlana Javoronkova) are a Russian producer and vocalist and "Go With The Flow" is a little DJ-friendly masterpiece.
Detroit legends Scan 7's Sooner Than Later EP is an atomic bomb of funk, soul and stubbornly sticky Detroit tracks.
A new double EP captures some of Detroit's Filthiest's filthiest beats on wax.
And he's joined by Vintage Future and Tresilo (Ben Long, Esteban Adame and Oliver Way) for venerable Belgian label Elypsia.
Russian deep house producer Lay-Far makes his LiH debut with a 4 track EP "Same As It Never Was."
We're here for this. The legendary Tom Moulton reinvents the 2017 Michael The Lion and Amy Douglas collaboration into a new classic on Soul Clap Records.
TALES01 is the debut from the Tales vinyl-only label, a V/A featuring Chicago deep house producers Gene Hunt, Ed Nine, G Marcell and Hakim Murphy.
Byron The Aquarius lets Jesus grab the wheel for the album-length Apron.
All discussion of the "industry standard" on the largest dance music media sites has been paid for by Pioneer itself.
Chicago deep house producer and DJ Specter comes correct with a new 3 track EP on wax from In Too Deep.
Heard and Owens' lawsuit alleged decades of copyright infringement, fraud and claimed they hadn't received "a single accounting or payment" from Trax.
Patrice Scott hits a tone of defiance and exhaustion on "The Uprise" that captures the mood of the American street better than any track released in 2020.
One of the most important percussionists in history has died. Cándido Camero changed popular music forever - and almost invented house music along the way.
Mike Richison's Electo Electro 2020 art installation plays 5 nights a week powered by soundbytes, manipulation and audience voting.
Is it music or the voice of the spirit molecule? Watergate releases Oona Dahl's "Godtripper" and we have questions.
Atlanta's 30303 taps into the interstellar rhythm of the universe that takes the DJ and the listener on a cosmic joyride.
The beautiful genre-agnostic experimentation of '90s electronica on Off and Gone's 1996 Sigma Receptor, from Dan Handrabur & the late Phil Western.
Chicago house pioneer Benji Espinoza, co-founder of DJ International and an A&R man in his bones has died.
New from the vaults of Plastique Recordings: Chicago legend Ralphi Rosario and New York's The Carry Nation remix "Lost Without U" from Hifi Sean and Paris Grey.
Michael Zucker, the owner of Finale Sessions was the epitome of a great 21st century underground label owner. He was an even better person.