Patrice Scott hits a tone of defiance and exhaustion on "The Uprise" that captures the mood of the American street better than any track released in 2020.
The beautiful genre-agnostic experimentation of '90s electronica on Off and Gone's 1996 Sigma Receptor, from Dan Handrabur & the late Phil Western.
New from the vaults of Plastique Recordings: Chicago legend Ralphi Rosario and New York's The Carry Nation remix "Lost Without U" from Hifi Sean and Paris Grey.
A deadly line-up of remixers take a swing at the remarkable Muzak for Broken Elevators album by Brigitte Barbu aka Pepe Bradock.
Daniel Bortz will release STAY, his first album in 7 years this week on Permanent Vacation - listen to two tracks ahead of the release.
The debut release from Ciara B features two original tracks of mental techno primed for DJ sets and, if you're lucky enough to see one these days, a dancefloor.
Remixes from Alex Agore, Intr0beatz, Fizzikx and Sakhile SK highlight this choice EP from Hotevilla, Javonntte and Closer To Truth.
There was a point in time when Blue Boy's "Remember Me" was inescapable, as ubiquitous as sunshine, cheap gas and bucket hats on weed dealers hangin' in doorways.
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.
Rissa Garcia offers up a riff'o'rama of fat piano chords and stuttering side-swagger beats on "You Be The One" from the EP of the same name on NightChild.
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.