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Detroit lore with Robert Hood, Gerald Mitchell, Esteban Adame and more as DJ 3000 walks us through some classics cuts from the Motech Records catalog.
"Help Me Understand" is the first single from Virginia and Steffi's double EP Work A Change, to be released September 20.
It's gone global. From London to New York we're hearing the same thing: where the fuck are all the nightclubs going?
Kerri Chandler's remix of Romanthony's "Trust" is one of the greatest, most sublime deep house tracks ever made.
With a "rebuilt and redesigned" stage show, Tycho embarks on a mostly US tour featuring 17 shows in the next 22 days of September.
Cherushii's final record with Maria Minerva is a beautiful tribute to a rare soul.
German music retailer Thomann is shipping the Behringer 808 clone, the RD-8, and the first customers are posting videos of their new gear. They seem... happy?
That delightful beverage available from the Korova Milk Bar is now a techno DJ making spacey dystopian bangers for the compliant masses.
"Used To Be," the next single from Ralf Gum's Progressions album, gets rubbed up by a transcontinental team of soulful house all-stars, including Opolopo, Sir LSG and Davide Fiorese.
BeatBox - the instagram sensation DIY drum machine in a cardboard box - is blowing out its Kickstarter in its first day.
Chicago label The Playground drops these super classy deep tracks from the mighty Alton Miller, who is hitting some kind of career renaissance right about now. And we are enjoying this.
Subsequent Granada Report features two exclusive tracks and two new ones taken from 808 State's first album in 17 years.
Jacksonville conjures the spirit of Richard Brautigan and his poem All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace for a new EP of four tracks that wrap themselves around you and vibrate with warmth.
Brian Eno, Jeff Mills and Michael Kandel offer radically different interpretations of the relationship between humans, the Moon and the Earth.
Apple's Music app on desktop computers will integrate mp3s, wavs and playlists, and the iTunes store is unaffected. Here's what Apple says is in the new iTunes replacement.
Ben Sims, Santiago Salazar, Gerald Mitchell, Fabrice Lig, Robert Hood – these are just a few of the best and brightest techno producers in the world that have left a trace of their art in the back catalog of Motech.
Anjunadeep has parted the blinds just a crack for gawkers to get another glimpse of Moon Boots' forthcoming Bimini Road album with the release of the new single "Clear."
The Strictly Rhythm and LOGIC classic BLUES FOR YOU gets the dust blown off by Plastik People Recordings' Marc Cotterell and UKG stalwart Danny J Lewis.
John Morales' All Q'd Up Vol 2 features 3 new tracks, collabs with Thommy Davis, DJ Spen, Natasha Watts and vocals for dayzzzzz.
Who else is making house music like this right now? Who actually can? Waajeed always comes correct but from the direction you least expect, as on Heavy from his new Ten Toes Down EP featuring Candi Lindsey.