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Italo & proto-house inspired 10Questions and the machine funk driven Transient Nature launch in March and April 2021.
5 Mag's latest cover story with Monty Luke, founder of Black Catalogue on racial justice, the effect of the music industry on climate change and preventing the erasure of Black artists from electronic music.
Dam Swindle's "Spice Run" on Aus Music is drenched in soul, with Detroit vocalist Nikki O taking the spotlight on "Breathe."
The 12" for The Jazz Diaries features some of Chicago deep house producer extraordinaire Anthony Nicholson's best work in the last few years.
Stephan Hoellermann quietly releases one of the best deep house records of the last year. It has no name, no label and no distribution. And that's the message.
Ant Plate of Rhythm Plate exercises their boogie muscles as Yse Saint Laur'Ant's on "Today" from Vinyl Only records.
Robert Hood's remastered Underestimated EP originally released in 1998 is out on M-Plant on March 12.
The sound of Tarkovsky's Solaris, The Mirror and Stalker was generated by a strange machine that created sounds with drawings.
New three track EP from Barcelona producer and DJ Lis Sarroca, Chamomile, out now from Aterral.
New EP "Lineage" from Detroit producer Jon Dixon is out this month under the name "minor INVENTION."
Jeremy Sylvester's Shaken Not Stirred is one of the perennials from the Nice 'N' Ripe back catalog, with some pretty steep prices for less-than-mint copies circulating among the hyperactive elves of Discogs.
Powerful 3 track EP from the Los Hermanos collective. Find this one in the racks and you better pick up doubles because this is gold.
Higher state: 21 tracks make for a flawless journey on Shawn Rudiman's new album Flow State, out now from Pittsburgh Tracks.
"Chicago House AC" begins competition in August 2021 and is presided over by, among others, the grandson of the White Sox owner during Disco Demolition Night.
"Jean-Michel Jarre meets the Norwegian Cosmic disco melting pot" on the new record from All Is Well and Martin Iveson.
An ordinary Orlando Voorn EP would be a greatest hits comp for anyone else. The Dutch master's skills are undiminished on "Internal Destination" out now on Kompakt.
It gets pretty fast when Truncate is invited to remix a track like "Speed This MF Up" from Scuba and Felsen.
London Modular Alliances breezes through 30 years of techno, electro, IDM and breaks in about 5 minutes and 15 seconds on "Stray," the title track of their new EP on Cultivated Electronics.
Recovery playlist from former Ministry of Sound resident DJ Mark Wilkinson and his inspiring story.
The Arthur Baker and Victor Simonelli-penned house music classic "Why Can't We See" gets a 30th anniversary makeover and got locked in the day spa.