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Body-moving bass and drums like thunder on Nu-Cleo's debut release from new label Aural Vision.
From Mike Dunn to Michael Ezebukwu: here are 6 tracks we love most from the small but hugely influential early Chicago house label, Rockin' House, and the late Rodney Bakerr.
Mark de Clive-Lowe's new series "Midnight Snacks" launches on vinyl & digital on Mashibeats.
Stoned drunk on acid: more than 130 minutes of tweak & squelch on Kick.S's Acid 2021 out now from AcidWorx.
The brilliant Clive From Accounts made one of the best records of 2020 and is back with a new EP on Dirt Crew with a remix from Dan Only.
Another amazing EP from the Rotterdam techno savants and another great slab of black wax from Vault Wax.
One of David Mancuso's Loft classics and "major influence for DJs such as Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles and Kenny Dope" the classic Rude Movements gets worked over by an all-star roster of remixers for BBE.
The notoriously leftfield Leonid Nevermind's "Use The Moon" is another revelation from one of our most revelatory producers.
Chicago's Ed Nine takes the wheel for SANCTIFY vol 3 from 5 Mag's deep house mix series.
Saiful Idris' "Summer Daze" is of those songs that brands itself on people's memories of a summer season.
ADMN, Mister Joshooa and Remote Viewing Party make up Under The Bridge, the 3rd release from Detroit's new label Infolines and anchored by a lush Delano Smith remix.
Harold Heath's new book "Long Relationships" explores his journey "from unknown DJ to smalltime DJ" with some harrowing stops along the way.
A packaged goods funk party from Chicago's Emmaculate featuring live drums, bass, keys and organ on Red Night Recordings.
Rick James and funky NPG-era Prince appears to be the inspiration for "Your Freakness" by legendary Chicago house band Master C&J.
The former music director at Chicago's Smartbar Nate Manic steps out as a producer and vocalist on his self-titled debut album.
F*CLR's latest black wax masterpiece is a transcontinental séance featuring the combined talents of Terry Farley, Wade Teo, Ian Snowball, Harry Dennis — and a reunited Black Science Orchestra.
Returning August 13, 14 & 15: all of your hero's heroes will be in Detroit for Charivari, the homegrown midwest festival.
Teflon Dons release 7" vinyl only selection of edits from the 1996 Rudiments EP and it's so hot it burns your fingers.
Part of the city's Protect Chicago Music Series, the Chosen Few will play for free for all Chicago residents vaccinated by August 14.
Two of the Midwest's finest manufacturers of secret weapons fire two more as Ricardo Miranda and Patrice Scott split a new 12" from San Diego label Rhythm Nation.