A nice brace of scratchy, vintage-sounding productions with a message from a new producer on the rise.
Fascinating new EP from the live ambient collective based in Poland, reputedly burned to 2 inch tape for a warm, enveloping feel.
"Big Houser" is what it says it is: another brilliant house EP from Tee Mango.
The latest release from Dave Lee's lesser-traveled Lakeshore Commission alias is as fine as anything you'll find bottled up in a rich man's cellar.
Here is a record from back in the day that you really, really can play today. Could. Should.
Breakbeats, pitched up vocal hits and a mind-melting haze of euphoric synths on Irish producer Swoose's EP for the Bicep lads.
Italy and Chicago meet and the result, as you might expect, is... tasty. Chicago MC Dave Giles II meets Italian DJ and producer Turbojazz on STAY BALANCED, the third single from Turbojazz's forthcoming album.
Filled with surprising twists and tasty juxtapositions, Theo Parrish's DJ Kicks is one of the strongest DJ mixes I've heard this year.
Coming just at the end of 2022, ZG is a new project of blindingly beautiful work and one of the best albums of the year.
Hazy, heavy, house music delivered with a light touch on Byron's first solo EP from Heist.
Dope tracks from Kater Blau resident DJ Peter Schumann and record label Sound of Berlin. "House Magic" is more esoteric than hocus pocus hand tricks, built around a centrifuge of swirling synths, a bubbling organ riff and steady, crispy percussion that steadies the spine.
Here to remind you that Detroit continues to serve as one of the interstellar nurseries of phenomenal talent in electronic music. Witness: Jon Dixon.
Techno that sounds jacked out of the PA from System of Surival and Fventi.
A nose dive into junkyard synthesis on the new vinyl imprint from Liquid Earth.
An amazing record that sounds like it was wrenched out of a man, Rapture from justindemus is out now from Julia Govor's Jujuka.
Love Is Love is the title track of the forthcoming album. Their last one was nominated for a Grammy, so that's a big deal.
Heavy duty, funky basslines, stripped, taut house beats, a whiff of that cool, detached Detroit musical sensibility and a helping of Chicago jack. It's like the best of '90s-style tech house but re-tooled for the 21st century.
Low frequency oscillations abound on these Greg Foat remix packages from Foundation Music.