Released on Nervous Records, Crackazat's "Never Ending Love" feels right at home next to the label's golden era releases, and an easy head and shoulders above much of its more recent output.
Will Sumsuch meets Cee ElAssaad, Moroccan DJ and producer among a fresh cohort of electronic artists from North Africa and the Middle East with a singular sound.
A nice brace of scratchy, vintage-sounding productions with a message from a new producer on the rise.
Black Loops, the Italian deep house producer and ex-drummer, on Freerange, moving to Berlin and the proper incantations of studio magic.
Featuring the voice of UK soul hero Omar "A Night We Dream Of" is the new single from a true industry stalwart, Mr. Ronnie Herel.
Creating smiles, dancefloor euphoria and probably more than a few babies for a decade running, Lovebirds returns with a new 3 track EP.
Don't Rush The Process is a love letter to the classic artists who fostered Kaidi Tatham's musical growth over the years.
Crâne de Poule emerges on Integrity with a spellbinding EP, weaving classical and jazz influences in and out of brisk techno beats.
A delicious slice of slick '80s influenced synth-pop made on the same Moog IIIp on which the Beatles performed "Here Comes The Sun" and Giorgio Moroder "I Feel Love"
From Mo Wax to Tru Thoughts, Palm Skin Productions makes Other Times come to life as the perfect soundtrack to all sorts of life moments, without ever being consigned to the background.
It means "tickle tickle": a weird 7" with an Art of Tones remix from French artists Soulist & Fulgeance.
Exspiravit Luminaria "feels organic and human throughout, blurring boundaries between classical and electronic music with its palette of warm strings, subtle sound design and mournful drones."
An affectionate tribute to Gwen Guthrie by Aussie vocalist Kylie Auldist and Tony Garcia in the Vagrant Soundz-released cover of "Peanut Butter."
Jubilee and DJ Holographic rework "House Amazing" on Major Records.
A superbly slick and beautifully produced three track offering from Fabian Kash on Stockholm's Oh! Records.
Best known for his revolutionary collaboration with Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson is one of the most influential musicians in the history of pop. This is how he found new inspiration.
Released on San Francisco's Particles imprint the Phantasma EP comprises two original cuts from Polish producer Tuxedo, plus remixes by Funk D'Void and Kobana
A great early ray of summer sun here, with a trio of timely updates from Opolopo, Andre Bonsor and Mannix for Mannix and Lisa Shaw's soulful 2016 cut "So Much Time."
It takes a lot of skill and musicianship to make music that sounds as relaxed, loose and effortless as Kalabrese's album Let Love Rumpel Part 1.
Will Sumsuch on the new album Anywhere Here by Gavin Boyce and out now on Nordic Trax.