The finest specimen of classic soul'd up deep house you'll find this week is "Leaving U" by C. Scott, out Friday on Pittsburgh Tracks.
MF Robots previews the remixes from Kenny Dope, Kaidi Tatham and Daz-I-Kue from the first single from their forthcoming album Break The Wall.
Rejected is a label that rarely misses and they pound the target with a solid shot on "We All Blessed" from Junior Sanchez and Ant LaRock's Inspire EP.
Moveltraxx drops some scorching remixes of Chicago House legend Paul Johnson's "Dance With Me" by Lil'Tal and Dudley Slang.
Selections, a newish Canadian label is two-for-two on their releases, following up a collection of Nick Holder gems with an EP from Tobi Danton and an insane remix from Kevin Over.
Harold Heath talks to Matt Neale & Stu Clark of WOLF Music and finds out what it takes to run an underground record label without compromise.
Originally released in May, these slinky remixes from Jackie Queens' Bae Electronica are the sunny, sensual summer tracks we need.
Glo Phase on analog recipes, Ableton and live basslines. His new Final Departure EP is out today from Whiskey Pickle.
Rick Wade reflects on the life and career of Mike Huckaby, from working together at Record Time in the early 1990s, releasing records and DJing together.
Le Bal Des Douaniers showcases Paul Cut's soft touch on the keys and near virtuoso work in making a selective sound palette sound as big as a discotheque and as intimate as a record playing on a turntable just for you.