Chez Damier's new monthly mix show launches this Saturday May 8 on Radio FG's Maxximum Radio.
The third release from Detroit label Infolines with heat from ADMN, Remote Viewing Party and Mister Joshooa.
New edit of Mary Love Comer's "Come Out of The Sandbox" the Athens of the North house band East Coast Love Affair, with an original deep house track on the flip.
Seminal label Ugly Music is back from the great warehouse in the sky with two tracks from Robert Grillo, "one of the best producers to make way too little music."
Detroit vocalist Nikki O has left her mark on some of the best deep house records of the last fifteen years.
Jimpster's Soul Spectral is another nightcrawler masterpiece from the diamond-quality Freerange.
UK regulator Ofcom seeks to protect children from the "prolonged sounds of sexual moaning" from DJ Lil Louis' Chicago house classic "French Kiss."
The soft relaunch of Secret Angels features rarities going back decades from Seven Davis Jr's vaults.
If this were summer this all-star debut of fugitive tracks from Norm Talley, Omar-S, Moodymann, D'Julz and Charlotte OC would be the underground basement smash of the year.
Most of Eddie Leader's best records of the last 15 years have come from collaborations, so no surprise that "Get You Alone" with vocalist Alexander East is the lead off and best track of his comeback EP.
Known only by test pressings and commentary from Andrew Duke, Return Of The Mad Funk has been RaSoul's most elusive recording. It's coming out with fanfare from Compost Records.
Cordell Johnson and Scorpeze make the walls quake on Jazzgalaktik, the third release from the Chicago party turned label called Excursions.
Belleville features four stripped down and loud deep house tracks from the duo sometimes known as "ALVA" out now by the unsung heroes of the French underground, Pont Neuf.