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Phil C Hertz of Chicago vinyl distributor Crosstalk International died and some former customers and friends are remembering him.
The world has been sleeping on Niko Marks' tracks and we're going to start kicking at the foot of the bed to wake them the hell up.
Listen to the dazzling new album California Dreaming from Andy Compton presents Blue Dream.
Remixes from John Tejada and Whitesquare feature prominently on Stripped Down 004 from Austrian Ken Hayakawa but it's on the ambient sound design of "Lost" that he shines.
Sequence Chicago: Housegiving is November 21 2018 with Paul Johnson, DJ Heather, Terry Hunter and Ron Trent, and it's FREE.
A new book by Marcus Barnes lists 80 of the best record stores around the world.
DJ Konflikt's campaign has raised $9,000 for the winners of Red Bull's 3Style DJ Battle after the corporate giant decided it no longer needed to pay them.
$500 test pressings and cassette tape boxed sets are the sample fare for Discogs new "Discogs Exclusives" marketplace for high ticket and rare items.
No Mountain is another Wayne Williams record - part of the growing discography of original releases from the original Chicago House DJs for Terry Hunter's T's Crates.
A new documentary tells the story of Detroit Techno pioneers Juan Atkins, Kevin Saunderson, Derrick May, Eddie Fowlkes, Blake Baxter, and Santonio Echols.
Shapes: Mountains, the latest Tru Thoughts compilation. Like a long, rambling playlist created by algorithmic robots born of the advanced technology of a future civilization.
Meme victim David Guetta (and his handlers) get put on blast after Nightline claim that he "brought house music to America" by pointing out that he bought Farley's records once.
Is this real life or a reboot of Spinal Tap?
"The largest rate increase in history": Songwriters and publishers are due to get an increase in their rate from Apple, Spotify, Pandora and others.
The label assembles a murderer's row of Chicago House veterans lobbing Molotov Cocktails at the dancefloor on "What's Going On? The Spacy Saga Vol 1."
Visions 01, the first Oktave Records complation features five tracks from five producers with a special connection to Jeff Derringer's label and techno residency.
Baltimore Chop is not from Baltimore and has probably never played baseball, but the Russian producer has a preternatural understanding of house on this weird acid, NYC vocal and Chicago house stomper.
New music from Nylon Trax: South African producer Izzy La Vague's 31st December featuring two choice remixes from Leandro P.
Fans of Kevin Yost's jazz-infused house will find a lot to love on Bernadette Trax 01, a vinyl pressing of some of the producer's best releases from the last year or so.
CMD's Haptic Controls is one of the best records in Jacktone's catalog, and I say with full understanding how great that catalog is.