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Russian label Private Persons releases techno that sounds like an eruption in your head.
The database is now adding 1 million records every 9 months, but is unlikely to catch up to the torrent of digital music being released every day.
Anja Schneider, Dekmantel and DJ City are among the new Mixcloud Select providers, which enables fans to subscribe to their favorite DJs with a monthly fee for perks.
These unofficial edits of "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know" are without peer.
The Chosen Few's Hot Lunch Mix picks up again in May 2019.
The new playlists are curated by industry insiders and aim to capture what Spotify perfected half a decade ago.
Dripping and sometimes drenched in acid, Ali Berger's 4 track Keys The Door EP 1 makes for some riotous moments.
Peter Croce's REVIVAL gets remixed by Jaco Matthews as a one-off from Rocksteady Disco.
Friends and fans pay tribute to Chicago techno, house and ghetto house producer and pioneer DJ Amar who died on Monday.
Who remembers Red Dog? Audio Soul Project revisits "North & Damen" for the latest Fresh Meat vinyl.
Kastle selects 6 signature records from GET RIGHT INSIDE, his new mixtape on Four40 Records.
House of Sol, Chicago's homegrown house music street festival is back for its 13th year in 2019, running Thursday July 25th through Sunday, July 28th.
South African producer Daniel Baron claims David Guetta ripped him off on Guetta's "Light Headed" featuring Sia.
Evolutions is a record of marvels, of euphoric jazz and chords that plumb the depths of the human soul.
The world is going to shit and music is leading the way.
Monty Luke delivers a minor masterpiece on the album HARD WORK NOT HYPE released by Dogmatik.
"Country Air" could be considered Skull's take on jazz - a hectic, kinetic and utterly peculiar strain of jazz - but jazz nonetheless...
Bruce Tantum on American Techno maestro Shawn Rudiman, Soul Clap launches a new label, Kastle, DJ Moppy and Melodymann and more inside the new issue of 5 Mag, out now.
A curated selection of Patricia Lay-Dorsey (aka "Grandma Techno")'s photos from Movement Detroit from 2007 to 2018.
Chicago's dude is doing things on one of the best deep house labels in the world.