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Trinidadian Deep, Javonntte, Patrice Scott and Vincent Floyd on this gilded deep house V/A from Chubby.
Chicago Police shut down nightclub Sound-Bar after a brawl in an alley left a club bouncer murdered.
South African producer KaySoul sets a deep and magical mood on "4th & 6th," the lead track from his new The Prosimians EP out now from Tooman Records.
The good thing about no dance music on the radio is we don't have to care about these things.
From the new Director's Cut album - the Frankie Knuckles & Jamie Principle House Music classic BABY WANTS TO RIDE gets reworked by Jimmy Edgar.
NYC DJ, producer, NASA resident and original STORMrave DJ Jason Jinx has passed away.
Ralf GUM's new LP PROGRESSIONS has landed. "Ready For Love" with UK solo artist and the voice of Incognito Tony Momrelle is our choice cut.
Wednesday March 13 at Spybar, you are here features DJ Heather, Samone and Shmoo.
Spravato (aka Esketamine) will be administered by nasal spray and is the first fast-acting treatment of its kind.
From the Slush Pile: Soela's Sunny Winter Morning is a technically ideal, possibly divine, emotionally profound deep house record.
A decade in the making, Ex Rated Lover is co-produced by Thomas Sahs and features Jamon's vocals on every track.
Mark de Clive-Lowe's b-sides and one-offs are better than most artists' touchstone releases.
Making their debut: David Morales and vocalists Thelma Houston, Taana Gardner and Lady Alma for the Chosen Few Picnic 2019, held in Chicago for 29 years running.
From cereal box records to porno mags to records made out of human blood: a round-up of the strangest playable records ever made and the weird stuff they're made out of.
For an artist who confesses he's "always been obsessed with America," it is hard to believe Mark Seven never played in Chicago before. But he will, April 19.
Art Of Tones shows a mastery of modern roots as his LP UNBALANCED is filled with a riot of colors and sounds.
"Rave On Mars" is the best track on the new techno EP from The Southern, dropped from Prospect Records.
Save the date : May 23 - May 25 2019 we're going back to Millennium Park, and Tony Humphries, Marshall Jefferson, Chip E. and Reel People are coming with.
David Moran skips from Techno to Ambient to Drum'N'Bass and even Trance on Pagans In Paradise.
Industrial Accident: The Story of Wax Trax! Records is coming to a House of Vans near you. Oh, and a soundtrack for Record Store Day too.