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Acid flashbacks from 1989 on the seminal squelchy breakbeat classic "Let The Warriors Dance."
Microbroadcasting on the internet always kind of sucked but it was fun and supported small communities. Doing it legally now is becoming just about impossible.
The Round-Up is one of our end-of-year highlights and certainly one of the superior annual label compilations from Heist Recordings.
Monoloc's "Sky Is Broken" is the muddy atmospheric acid dream you were put on this earth to experience. It's the outlier from his new EP and the third from Charlotte de Witte's KNTXT label.
Kai Alce takes on Robotnick and Robotnick takes on the zeitgeist on this new remix/reissue vinyl from Adeen.
SiriusXM - already the owner of streaming giant Pandora - has made a strategic $75 million investment in SoundCloud. It looks like either SoundCloud is doing great or SiriusXM is getting ready to eat them.
James Duncan and Spirit of the Black 808's split record "Morning Mix/Rough Bounce" is bad medicine from Roundabout Sounds' secret lab for analogue hypnotism.
Fiery ItaloJohnson remix of Modul8, the title track for DJ Haus' latest EP on his mothership Unknown To The Unknown label.
Queens of Sand is a great syncretic project, blending a slow disco vibe with a refined deep house sensibility.
Dirt Crew still builds their brand on new discoveries, which has helped create one of the finest back catalogs of any deep house label in the world.
A nice find here from expert diggers Technorama with five florid tracks from speaKwave's early archives.
The Dutch live duo provide sumptuous raw material for some surprisingly sunny remixes by Jimpster on their Freerange debut.
MF Project's 9-5/Got 2 Have House dropped in 1997 and has become a highly sought-after UKG classic.
Detroit's favorite venue, MotorCity Wine, released two records on wax in 2019 featuring Mark de Clive-Lowe, Jon Dixon, Loftsoul and more.
Imagine Sylvester, only French and playing in an island disco. Maybe that's too much, but Coco à Gogo comes close on Lo O Goulo from Tartine Records.
The voice of definitive house music classics "Deliver Me" and "Love Don't Live" has passed away.
Lethal hardware-crafted acid bounce on Granary 12's new twelve inch.
Dedicated to the late, great and deeply missed Paul "Trouble" Anderson, the double album/CD set is out at the end of February 2020.
When Sebastian Döring releases a track, drop what you're doing and head to a well-ventilated area because the spirit is about to get her hooks in you
Producer, musician and synth sculptor Ludus Pinsky drops an EP of bubbling techno and ragged grooves on Alexander Robotnick's label Hot Elephant.