Host Will Sumsuch invades North Street Studio One for a talk with house legend Ashley Beedle, Darren Morris and Jo Wallace.
Host Will Sumsuch presents episode 2 of Station H, the latest 5 Magazine podcast with special guests Kiko Navarro, Richard Earnshaw and Lee Bright of BBE.
Host Will Sumsuch presents his Station H, the newest 5 Magazine podcast with special guests Kiko Navarro, Richard Earnshaw and Lee Bright of BBE.
DeepWit Recordings profiled in the inaugural edition of Discograph, exploring the back catalog of some of the world's House Music record labels.
Will Sumsuch went to the BMC so you didn't have to. (But you should have.)
Where did all the money go? This is how music got cheap and making it got expensive.
Discordian Dreaming takes in the full breadth of the label's output, from terse, borderline-sinister late night tech house moods to meditative, goose-bump inducing electronica.
Buckle up: 20 years on, Atjazz revisits his debut That Something with two additional discs of material.
Stereo MCs were at the forefront of the genre-blending, yet but easily identifiable UK sound alongside the likes of Massive Attack, Black Grape and The Stone Roses
Will Sumsuch on Kiko Navarro: The 5 Magazine profile and cover story from Issue 141.
The aptly titled "Balearia" simply shimmers like a heat-haze on Luqe's single for Be Adult Music.
Deep Woods' affectionate tribute to his home city gets loved up on 3Bridge Records.
Off-kilter house, disco and dance-floor jazz from Igor Jadranin's new 5 Mag Mix.
Two Deep House gems from Birmingham native Steve "Griffo" Griffiths under the Second City Firsts alias.
Resident DJ at Copenhagen's highly respected nightclub "Culture Box" and founder of What Happens Music, underground music stalwart Tim Andresen is definitely a little underrated as a composer and producer.
The King of Nothing: Will Sumsuch profiles Kon for a 5 Magazine cover story.
A new record from the House veteran also marks a welcome return for Viva Recordings.
The debut EP from Canada's Andrew Williams, St Martin is one of those records which immediately demands your undivided attention.
When he was granted the title of "Master Artist," the Maryland Arts Council was telling us what we already know. In a world that celebrates mediocrity, Karizma is a cut above.
On its second release, Detroit's Fort Street Records appears to be in very safe hands with this three tracker from local Deep House champion Rick Wade.