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Following up on Year of the Living Dead, John Tejada's Sleepwalker is another terse commentary on life in pandemic times.
There is nothing more dangerous in dance music than Ron Trent when he's inspired. He's inspired now.
Just three months after its purchase by Epic, Bandcamp is engaged in legal warfare with Google over fees on Android devices.
The label showcasing music from Asian female and non-binary artists and has a brilliant single here from KIMTrang.
Video Planet captures the '90s deep house vibe made by a man in the middle of the sea.
Nick Holder and AceMo remix steamy deep house tracks from Redance & Quickweave on this quality EP from Mystery Zone.
The spectacular implosion of a tech startup called "Fast" reveals how venture capital, start-ups & influencer culture are burning up the EDM scene.
One of house music's most dynamic labels, Ibadan slowly, steadily and with exquisite quality control continues to unearth the world's musical delights, for instance on their 150th release by Janne Tavi and featuring a remix by Cee ElAssaad.
Patchouli Brothers deliver two edits from the ultra rare Mary Mundy tracks "Love Me Love Me" and "Love Is Gone."
Arnheim has a sound that is bigger than the moon, brighter than the sun and powered by an internal rhythm so precise you could set a watch to it.
Exquisitely produced techno & electronica on this album from Davide Tonini via Detroit Underground.
Soulful dream house from Wardner on this new EP from Metro South.
Black Sjuan's tracks move. They make people move. And the business we are in, first and foremost, is a people-moving business
Aiwaska passes the mic to electro king The Egyptian Lover on this remix package from Exploited Club.
Depths launches with a trio of killer deep house tracks from Mike Terra, Nat and Jus Nowhere on Dubs Vol 1.
Nearly 25 years ago, a youth worker made London Vibes / Fungus Mungus - one of the most coveted garage records in history. He had no idea anyone was listening.
Clive From Accounts will have his own section in your corner record store before the year is out.
From Jeff Mills' new project the Zanza 22, Wonderland finds the Detroit techno pioneer continuing his relentless pursuit of cosmic rhythms and the motherbeat.
Intr0beatz gets both sides of a 12" for some of the Iceland-based DJ and producer's best work to date.
Despite increasing adoption by music producers and visual artists, the US copyright body affirms that computers are not human and cannot be "creators."